My name is Sir Braemoor. I am an adventurer, treasure hunter,
and scholar, learned in the old ways. Those who are aware of
my exploits call me McBrae. You can call me Sir. Along with
the scary beasts, the cult of the non-Greek god has shown me to
the otherside, where I wander the land, seeking the missing
writings and messages of the old ones, wherever they may be found.
I translate and post them as part of these Manuscripts, open
to all, understood by few, and ignored by most.
This can be a slow and painstaking effort, especially with all the
adventuring and all. I mean, it could be a year or more between
chapters. So, being somewhat practical, I have arranged for the
webmaster of this site to provide an RSS feed of my work, so the
interested need not poll it for changes. Just set yourself up with
an RSS client and be notified of updates by clicking on this
09 Jun 2005 -- Sir Braemoor
On 18 Jan 2016, McBrae's final treasure, Maze of Doors was published,
which takes baby steps towards armchair treasure hunting and alternate
reality gaming, which are more in line with where I had hoped letterboxing
would have evolved to by now (not that there hasn't been a ton of fine work
along the way by people alot more talented than me; I think I'm speaking more
to the general culture), so this will be the last update to this page.
After a long spell of real treasure hunting (probably a
very long spell), I hope to further explore my interests
in outdoor puzzle hunting in the ATH/ARG space on
puzzlemaze.org We'll see.
In any case, thanks to those who have enjoyed my letterboxes, and especially
to those who have provided me carves and supported the expense of running
the server. I hope you enjoy Maze of Doors, but fair warning, it is bigger,
harder, and longer, and goes a different direction than most of the
previous stuff. It is most certainly not for everyone.
18 Jan 2016 -- Sir Braemoor