Estreya Harlow

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4D Printing Class
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2/28/2019 2:15pm

I took the 4D printing class awhile ago, so my memory is kinda shaky, but I'm pretty sure that to get the printers to work you have to steal the microchip, which is kept around Professor Saqqara neck on a gold chain. He was banned from touching the 4D printers a while ago, I don't remember why. Does anyone? But even though he was banned from touching them, Psyhigh still left him in charge because of budget cuts. And he really doesn't like when other people touch his "gorgeous girls" as he calls them.

In order to get them to work properly, you and the rest of the class have to steal the microchip while he's taking a nap. He usually eats a honeycomb sandwich in the teacher's lounge at around 1:30 pm. After eating his sandwich, without fail he takes a 53-minute nap. So steal it while he naps, plug the chip into that weirdly symmetrical hole in the wall behind the colorful poster on the back wall in the 4D printing room. Make sure you return the chip before he wakes up, or he will give everyone a C.

Also, I find that food is an easy "object of our greatest desire" to print, I don't know if that helps, but good luck!





Baking Adventures at Psyhigh
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2/28/2019 11:36am

Hello all!

It has been a while since I have baked last. I went on hiatus, as I traveled to the Witchers realm on a study abroad program. It was a really good time, I met some cool witches and they taught me a thing or two about baking techniques and showed me a variety of new ingredients. My favorite technique is baking upside down. Some people may think that in order to make pineapple upside down cake you have to be right side up, but that's a common misconception people get from watching normie baking shows.

Since baking upside down is my new favorite thing, I decided to make pineapple upside down cake upon my return to Psyhigh. I used the Eastern Phoenix kitchen, because of the kitchen closest to me, was half exploded and covered in soot from one of Menji's robot experiments. By the way, if anyone needs to make a quick buck and have an awesome robot, message me and I will give you the location of the next robot fighting event. I cannot guarantee your safety, or from expulsion, but if you make the right bet you can earn some quick cash.

Anyway, everything went off without a hitch and several people gathered to watch me bake. I didn't have pineapple because they don't grow in this climate, but I did applepine, which is basically the same thing. Another thing that I learned is that cooking upside down at Psyhigh is harder than I thought. The ceilings here are incredibly high so I often had to jump continuously to reach the stoves and the ingredients. For anyone interested, I have 8 cakes left over. They are stored in the Eastern Phoenix Kitchen refridgerator, in the second drawer. Enjoy!

-Estreya

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Baking Adventures at Psyhigh
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2/28/2019 10:58am

Hello all!

It has been a while since I have baked last. I went on hiatus, as I traveled to the Witchers realm on a study abroad program. It was a really good time, I met some cool witches and they taught me a thing or two about baking techniques and showed me a variety of new ingredients. My favorite technique is baking upside down. Some people may think that in order to make pineapple upside down cake you have to be right side up, but that's a common misconception people get from watching normie baking shows.

Since baking upside down is my new favorite thing, I decided to make pineapple upside down cake upon my return to Psyhigh. I used the Eastern Phoenix kitchen, because of the kitchen closest to me, was half exploded and covered in soot from one of Menji's robot experiments. By the way, if anyone needs to make a quick buck and have an awesome robot, message me and I will give you the location of the next robot fighting event. I cannot guarantee your safety, or from expulsion, but if you make the right bet you can earn some quick cash.

Anyway, everything went off without a hitch and several people gathered to watch me bake. I didn't have pineapple because they don't grow in this climate, but I did applepine, which is basically the same thing. Another thing that I learned is that cooking upside down at Psyhigh is harder than I thought. The ceilings here are incredibly high so I often had to jump continuously to reach the stoves and the ingredients. For anyone interested, I have 8 cakes left over. They are stored in the Eastern Phoenix Kitchen refridgerator, in the second drawer. Enjoy!

-Estreya





Baking Adventures at Psyhigh
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2/28/2019 10:58am

Hello all!

It has been a while since I have baked last. I went on hiatus, as I traveled to the Witchers realm on a study abroad program. It was a really good time, I met some cool witches and they taught me a thing or two about baking techniques and showed me a variety of new ingredients. My favorite technique is baking upside down. Some people may think that in order to make pineapple upside down cake you have to be right side up, but that's a common misconception people get from watching normie baking shows.

Since baking upside down is my new favorite thing, I decided to make pineapple upside down cake upon my return to Psyhigh. I used the Eastern Phoenix kitchen, because of the kitchen closest to me, was half exploded and covered in soot from one of Menji's robot experiments. By the way, if anyone needs to make a quick buck and have an awesome robot, message me and I will give you the location of the next robot fighting event. I cannot guarantee your safety, or from expulsion, but if you make the right bet you can earn some quick cash.

Anyway, everything went off without a hitch and several people gathered to watch me bake. I didn't have pineapple because they don't grow in this climate, but I did applepine, which is basically the same thing. Another thing that I learned is that cooking upside down at Psyhigh is harder than I thought. The ceilings here are incredibly high so I often had to jump continuously to reach the stoves and the ingredients. For anyone interested, I have 8 cakes left over. They are stored in the Eastern Phoenix Kitchen refridgerator, in the second drawer. Enjoy!

-Estreya





Baking Adventures at Psyhigh
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5/4/2018 10:27am

Yet another baking incident occurred tonight! Since today was my annual "Ambassadors of the Occult" meeting I decided to bring some baked goods along with me! I needed to find the perfect recipe so I packed my things and headed to the library.

I decided to go to the forbidden east wing library, I know the security guard there, and he will sneak me in as long as I give him a portion of anything that I bake. So there I was squeezing through an outer vent about 50 feet in the air, when I noticed a piece of paper sticking out of one of the seams. It was a recipe for a howling witchcake, it fit perfectly with the theme of this year meeting! I think I have a knack for finding lost recipes.

From the library, I went to the kitchen in my dorm building. I scanned the recipe into my newly built Transmorpher Emulsifier, I had Felix build it for me out of out robot parts. I hooked up the machine to the mini fridge and set the timer for 43.85 seconds. When the timer dinged, I opened the door to the T.E. and was met with the most awful howling I have ever heard (that's how you know you made them right).

Now in order to silence a witch momentarily, for transportation sake, you need to make Mufflers Icing. Its a simple recipe, any baker worth their salt should know it. Luckily, I had some left over from last week.

You must be careful when icing a witchcake, you dont want them to suffocate! The best technique is to ice it fast, and then poke a few straws through the icing, allowing it to breathe. Place it in a cake box and poke a few holes there to allow the air to circulate and viola!! A perfectly frosted witchcake, I'm sure everyone at the meeting will love it!





Baking Adventures at Psyhigh
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4/4/2018 6:28pm

Well... I still decided to eat the rest of my batch of shortbread. Luckily, I only sprouted a third eye. It took me a little bit, but I got used to my third eye after a while. Only people who have a third eye themselves can see mine, so it goes under the radar. Oh and the cookies, they tasted delicious! Perfectly crispy!





Baking Adventures at Psyhigh
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4/4/2018 5:40am

Today I decided to bake some shortbread cookies in my dorm room. I really craved some sugar and I found the recipe tucked into a book called: How to Open your Third Eye Using the Regame Method. I should have known that this wouldn't go according to plan, this is Psyhigh nothing ever goes to plan here!

Everything was normal on the ingredient list:
- Sugar
- Flour
- Mucus from a 5th realm goblin (it really helps with the structure of the cookies)
- Butter
- Brain Juice from an amateur witch
- Pop Corn Kernels from the 3rd planet in the Remedial Galaxy

I didn't suspect anything, so I invited my friend @Quetzalcoatl over and we started right away! I already had everything except the Brain Juice, but there was an amateur witch on my floor who owed me. Everything went off without a hitch, the cookies baked perfectly and looked amazing! However, when I bit into one I grew a third eye right in the middle of my forehead. Quetzalcoatl didn't notice anything, she still saw two eyes, but when I looked at myself in the mirror I could see it sticking right out of my forehead. She ate one too and now she has one and she can see mine. I'm never baking again.





Doll Flu
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4/3/2018 11:33am

I had no idea the Doll Flu was even going on until I finally came out of my dreamscape I mentally linked to a VR headset, I was in there for days trying to find my favorite pen, you really do your best work when you write with a pen you are mentally attached too.

Anyway, when I finally surfaced to reality, which is quite hard when you're in your dream world, half the students in my Precious Metal Utilization class had body parts made of small hard plastic. 5 students were completely transformed into dolls. I was really not expecting to see that, so I cornered my friend @Quetzalcoatl and forced her to tell me what was happening. When I heard the full story, my dreamscape seems way more appealing. I think I may go back for a while till this blows over. Anyone wanna come? I can take up to 3 other people, and you will be safe from the doll flu. And trust me, my dreamscape rocks, free milkshakes, and a lovely techtropolis setting. Oh and I can't forget, upon entry to the dreamscape, you get a hoverboard!

I'm leaving tonight at 9:00 pm
In the Eastern Dorms from room 6658
Bring your own VR head set.





Broken Clock
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12/29/2017 8:32pm

I have some crazy news!!

I found @Pitato. They were huddled up in the corner of PsyHigh's very own North Campus Cafeteria, right next to the fridge. For some reason, they were surrounded by some loose potatoes and spilled hot chocolate. Anyway, I found them while I was stealing some leftover pancakes. Pitato was babbling some weird phrases while rocking back and forth. I had no idea what was wrong with him, maybe he can hear these insanely high frequencies and they're messing with his mind? Does that make him a god? Well, I'm glad that I can't hear the clock anymore, it messed up my sleep cycle for months.


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Lonely Bus
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12/22/2017 5:49am

I had no idea that the lonely bus had a second level, it really doesn't look like it from the outside huh. Anyway, I did find out that the lonely bus has a luggage compartment underneath the first floor. I found it out one day because a corner of the carpeting peeled back a little, and I tripped right over it. Lying there on the floor, I noticed a handle peeking under the carpet. My stop wasn't coming up for another 45 mins, so I decided why not explore. Looking around at the zombie-like passengers, I knew I could enter without being followed.

Underneath the trap door was a small area, a little bigger than a crawl space. It was filled with luggage from other people, I suppose, but the amount of dust on those babies, it seemed like no one had touched them in years. I couldn't hold back my curiosity, so I opened up a faded green carry-on. Inside, was a ton of old equipment wrapped in yellowed newspapers. The coolest thing I found was a walkie-talkie that instead of connecting to another walkie-talkie, connect to your alternate universe self. I thought that was pretty cool. My alternate self is named Harlow Estreya and she found her walkie-talkie in her alternate universe bus, called the Sociable Bus.

Anyway, does anyone know what this device is called?

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