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Kibo is a level two [[city]].  It is one of the two cities controlled by [[Faq]], the other being [[Otoh]].  Vinny describes Kibo as a boring glorified farm. {{blog|2009|09|summer-updates-037}}
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=Proposed Canon=
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Kibo is a level two [[city]].   
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It is one of the three cities of the [[Kingdom of Faq]]
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One of the two lesser cities, [[Vinny Doombats]] describes Kibo and its sister, [[Otoh]], as boring glorified [[farm]]s. {{blog|2009|09|summer-updates-037}}
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=Speculation=
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Kibo is likely the same name the city had under [[King Banhammer]].  When refounding her [[side]], [[Jillian Zamussels|Jillian]] lacked either the creativity or the desire to create a new name for the [[capital]], keeping it as [[city of Faq|Faq]], so it is likely she kept the name of Kibo as well.
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== Speculation ==
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=Real World References=
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Kibo is the alias of Usenet user James Parry, who is known for posting humorous messages, creating the mock-religion [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kibology Kibology] and for "appearing when summoned" -- that is, scanning all Usenet feeds automatically for references to the alias Kibo, and responding to each such message. This began before modern search engines, and his claim to fame. Kibo's topic of interest are crackpots and other "bozos" and the humor derived from their theories.
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Kibo is likely the same name of the city when it was under King Banhammer.  When refounding her side, Jillian lacked either the creativity or the desire to create a new name for the capitol and main city of Faq, so it is likely she kept the name of Kibo as well.
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Kibo also means "hope" in Japanese. Under Banhammer, Faq had a distinct Japanese influenceIt would also bear out in the relationship with Otoh; Hope, but on the other hand...
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Alternatively, KIBO may stand for "Knowledge In, Bullshit Out!" although Parry himself has always denied this. This may signify some cynicism.  Possibly on the intelligence which the side acts on or on the philosophical rule under King Banhammer.
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== References ==
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[[Category:Proposed Canon]]
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[[Category:Speculation]]
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KIBO may stand for "Knowledge In Bull(boop) Out!"
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[[Category:Cities of Erfworld]]
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[[Category:Real World References]]
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This may signify some cynicism.  Possibly on the intelligence which the side acts on or on the philosophical rule under King Banhammer, (assuming Queen Jillian kept the same farm city names as she kept the name of Faq)
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Kibo is also the alias of Usenet user James Parry, who was known for both humorous messages and for "appearing when summoned" -- that is, scanning all Usenet feeds automatically for references to the alias Kibo, and responding to each such message.
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Latest revision as of 18:55, 22 March 2012

[edit] Proposed Canon

Kibo is a level two city. It is one of the three cities of the Kingdom of Faq. One of the two lesser cities, Vinny Doombats describes Kibo and its sister, Otoh, as boring glorified farms. summer-updates-037 External.png

[edit] Speculation

Kibo is likely the same name the city had under King Banhammer. When refounding her side, Jillian lacked either the creativity or the desire to create a new name for the capital, keeping it as Faq, so it is likely she kept the name of Kibo as well.

[edit] Real World References

Kibo is the alias of Usenet user James Parry, who is known for posting humorous messages, creating the mock-religion Kibology and for "appearing when summoned" -- that is, scanning all Usenet feeds automatically for references to the alias Kibo, and responding to each such message. This began before modern search engines, and his claim to fame. Kibo's topic of interest are crackpots and other "bozos" and the humor derived from their theories.

Kibo also means "hope" in Japanese. Under Banhammer, Faq had a distinct Japanese influence. It would also bear out in the relationship with Otoh; Hope, but on the other hand...

Alternatively, KIBO may stand for "Knowledge In, Bullshit Out!" although Parry himself has always denied this. This may signify some cynicism. Possibly on the intelligence which the side acts on or on the philosophical rule under King Banhammer.

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