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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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Elizabeth Schechter replied to Darke Conteur's discussion Sex in Steampunk
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Elizabeth Schechter replied to Darke Conteur's discussion Sex in Steampunk
"Modesty and decorum? Are we talking about the same Victorian era? The Victorian era that produced "The Pearl" among other classes of erotic literature? The Victorian era that produced Dante Rosetti and his coterie, who would trade wives,…"
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