Wemystic Rule of Planetary Harmony is a blog dedicated to the discussion of the philosophy of life and the science of cosmology. The blog is hosted at the home of writer-researcher-cosmologist Ben Zimmer, where it was started in 2008.
The blog is hosted on the planet Weymystic, which is one of a small handful of planets that are home to a sentient species. The site is also hosted on a site that was once called “Planet Of The Dead” because of the amount of “dead” things that have been added to it over the years.
Weymystic is one of the strangest planets I have ever come across. According to the Wikipedia page, when the last sentient life-form left it, it was an enormous tree. Then a few years later, another tree was added, and then a few more… and then another. You know the drill, and it gets worse. It is a planet that is home to a species of plant-like creatures who can think and can also feel pain like humans.
It is also home to a species of insect-like lifeforms who live up to their name by having a lot of pain and suffering. In one area of Weymystic, the land is covered in a dark green fog that makes the ground seem to have a bluish hue. When you look up from the ground, you’re able to see a giant tree-like creature watching you.
In the trailer, the blue fog is what the plant-life creatures are calling “the Mist”. The insect-life creatures call it “the Fog”. The two are clearly related because the land is covered in fog but the fog is the thickest part of the mist. It’s a bit like a fog-shrouded lake but with no fog.
The Fog is a type of mist that is usually found in the forest to hide the bodies of insects. It’s also known as the “Dark Fog”. I wouldn’t call it a very pleasant area to travel in, but the fog seems to be the only thing that the plant-life creatures are really afraid of.
The fog is quite possibly the most dangerous place in the game. The mist can be quite thick so you will almost certainly feel your entire body start to melt when you first walk into it. The fog’s also quite smelly so you can’t really help but smell the wet, rotting plants. You’ll also find the mist to be quite cold and damp so your feet will start to turn to ice and you won’t be able to walk very far.
You can take two steps forward and then back again, and then it goes on for several seconds more and you will be completely frozen. This has happened to me many times and I have to say, it is the most terrifying thing I have ever experienced in a game. In my opinion, the fog is one of the most annoying things in the game.
The fog was originally intended to be a cool, gothic-y atmosphere for the game’s main character, but then you can’t really do much with it, and as a result, the main character’s body is constantly covered in it. This is obviously not a good idea, because once you get rid of the fog, you’ll find that it’s really very foggy.
The fog is one of a few things that makes me want to return to my time on Weyland-Yutani. So if I had to choose between a game where I am surrounded by a steady stream of fog and one that has a game over screen, I’d probably go for the latter.