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Steampunk

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  • 1. SteamPunk
  • 2. What is Steampunk?
    • Steampunk refers to technology looking and acting as technology in steam-era. Or have that look of being from the 19 th century.
    • Usually fantastic technology or realistic technology, re-made to look like it was built at a far earlier date.
  • 3. What is SteamPunk – Part II
    • Steampunk also can take an alternate history route. Using things like, what if technology had taken a turn at x instead of y. Or if people had focused on vehicles instead of having the invention of computers.
  • 4. Is it Like CyberPunk?
    • Fans of cyberpunk usually are also fans of steampunk.
    • Steampunk shares the same themes of rebellion.
    • Aside from differences in time and technology, steampunk usually does not take place in a grungy atmosphere.
  • 5. Origin Of SteamPunk?
    • SteamPunk originated off of cyberpunk.
    • First stories were written in cyberpunk style, but used old technology and set in the past. So it became coined as “steampunk.”
    • Although, steampunk has several different themes, other than your typical cyberpunk type of rebellion.
  • 6. Let's Stereotype SteamPunk
    • Usually set in the victorian era (19 th century) ‏
    • Includes technology we use modernly, except as if it were built in the 19 th century.
    • Contains themes of rebellion as typical “punk”.
    • Utopian scene/locations.
  • 7. Any Famous Stories?
    • The Difference Engine – By William Gibson and Bruce Sterling (1990) ‏
    • The League Of Extraordinary Comic – Alan Moore and Kevin O-Neil (1999) ‏
    • Steampunk – This is an anthology of several steampunk stories. (2008) ‏
  • 8. People and Steampunk
    • Yes people do role-play and modify technology to be more steampunk.

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