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CLOCKPUNK

As a sub-genre of Steampunk, Clockpunk focuses on springs and clockwork instead of steam power. Examples: Mainspring by Jay Lake and Whitechapel Gods by S.M. Peters

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clock powered weapons?

Started by joel silvey. Last reply by joel silvey Jan 31, 2013. 2 Replies

 my question is what is your guys ideas on how a clockpunk revolover would work . would it need bullets? or something like an energy pak ? p.s. new to this so please no flaming or bashing pleaseContinue

Where is the line?

Started by Ray Dean. Last reply by Jason Apr 28, 2011. 1 Reply

Just wanted to see if I understand this one.. :D seems to me that Steampunk has a leaning toward clockwork... but Clockpunk doesn't 'swing' the other way??? thoughts? suggestions?Continue

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Comment by Erin Thomas on December 1, 2010 at 2:44pm
Huh... I've never heard of "clockpunk," and yet it appears to be what I'm writing. Less steam, more clockwork.
Comment by Lady Artisan on February 8, 2011 at 4:05pm
Definitely the direction I'm heading--and the artwork I lean toward, as well.
Comment by Wolfen Moondaughter on August 7, 2011 at 6:26pm
Since one of my main characters is Drosselmeier, the clockworker fron The Nutcracker, and in one of my stories he makes a gear-heavy Pinocchio, yeah, I'm definitely working in "clockpunk". And as yet, I have no actual "steam-powered" aspect as yet in my stories. Funny how clock gears are synonymous with steampunk, then, 'ey?
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