FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

I remember it so you don't have to.


> What is INHOSPITABLE?

INHOSPITABLE is the multi-media creative hub for the collaborative works of Secily A. Iopara, aka "{nuclear333}", and Valerie Haswrites. Formerly the name of an old comic by the former, said comic is currently the only project in production and has gone through numerous changes over the years since its inception, and especially so since Haswrites became a co-creator with Secily in early 2021.

> Is this a Homestuck fanfic/spinoff?

No, it's not. Everyone currently working on Fateful Heights has read Homestuck, and we definitely wear our inspirations on our sleeve, but all similarities are on a base level. We're using the format (typically referred to as "fanventure") to tell our own unique story that we really hope you'll like independently of how you feel about any similar works, that can stand on its own.

> There's some music from the last incarnation that I really liked that isn't here anymore! Where is it?

You can still find it on the INHOSPITABLE bandcamp, but the price has been inflated to deter purchasing. As of the New Year of 2021, INHOSPITABLE Volume 1 is now delisted. I rereleased my tracks from that album, but you can't download the original album anymore. Those tracks are also on Spotify and anywhere else music is sold as "The Radioactive Tracks". There's one place you can "officially" listen to all of that music, but I don't recommend seeking it out. If you remember the artists I used to collaborate with, whether they show up as part of this endeavor as well, I recommend following them independently of this project.

> I thought this comic was on MSPFA? I don't want to check another site to continue reading a comic that hasn't updated in two three [NUMBER] years.

You're right! It was on MSPFA. Since this is now a collaborative project and is much more independent of that source material that previous versions were, we thought our projects in (and some out) of this world warranted its own space on the internet.