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I love this, when I'm next near an officeworks I'm gonna make a copy to play on my next roadtrip.

It's a cool thing about pilot and plane suggestion, I actually started working on a hack of LLDR about the last flight of a Starship.

Thank you for sharing, it means so much to me to know people are engaging with my work 🧡

excited to help https://raycox.itch.io/last-knights-on-earth

Type R glyphs are a metaphoric language. You can see examples of them next to the elemental ritual variations.
What happens if you are unworthy is totally up to the Outsider, it cannot be predicted...not by me anyway.
If the Vessel or the Binder wishes to resist I would advise them to remove themselves from the circle. Often if an outsider detects your apprehension, they will remove them self from the circle for your safety, but they might not always notice you apprehension.
The fastest and easiest way to end the ritual is to remove yourself from the circle. I don't know of another way to end the ritual, but I'm sure another way could be found.

Currently there are no plans to expand this work, but I hope to update the scans semi-regularly.

To quote the text: "The Ritual ends when anyone removes themselves from the ritual circle. Even the Vessel has this power."

I replied to your comment elsewhere.

The Vessel has the power to withdraw themselves from the ritual.
If you withdraw yourself from the ritual it ends.
The Outsiders drawn by this ritual have no interest in the physical world, their only interest is in learning more about you. Where would they run off too? If they will the Vessel to leave the circle than the ritual is broken and the Outsider returns to their home.
I do not understand how you got the idea that you "give over some else's body" the Binder and the Vessels are collaborators in this ritual. If you are forcing someone to do the ritual with you, than you are the danger and you are undeserving of power.

The Vessel has the power to withdraw themselves from the ritual.
If you withdraw yourself from the ritual it ends.
The Outsiders drawn by this ritual have no interest in the physical world, their only interest is in learning more about you. Where would they run off too? If they will the Vessel to leave the circle than the ritual is broken and the Outsider returns to their home.
I do not understand how you got the idea that you "give over some else's body" the Binder and the Vessels are collaborators in this ritual. If you are forcing someone to do the ritual with you, than you are the danger and you are undeserving of power.

From? It's a gift from someone long gone.
An Outsider in this context is a being from beyond our perception.
The Powers are what you make of them, although there is some guidance within the text.
The main risks emotional and mental. There is the potential for the ritual to bring up uncomfortable memories.

An Outsider shared the Glyphs with us.
The Glyphs that are known to be usable with the ritual are included and their meanings are their titles. They are elemental. You could try to adapt the ritual to use sigils of your own devising.
If however you want to try and create a new Glyph, as far as I've been able to discern they are made up of 4 straight lines, 2 circles, and a curved line.
Symbols that do not conform to this pattern are present in the document, but they are from a different language set that I was not able to translate and were included as decoration. I suspect that may have been their original purpose or they could be logos, names, or transcription errors.

I think this work is probably the one that people would find most useful in these times https://raycox.itch.io/binding-and-drawing-power

It's working fine as far as I can see.

It should open a dialogue box asking you if you want to tip for the product, if you are claiming a digital copy it for free just leave the price at zero and hit pay.

An excellent little game.
A cosy ritual filled with a comforting darkness, like closing your sleepy eyes in a warm bed.