About

My idea for the Mendeleev legacy began, fittingly enough, in chemistry class in high school. Don’t go thinking I’m someone who knows their way around a beaker (although I can balance chemical equations like a boss); I got the idea because I was staring off into space during and thought it’d be cool to build a sims house based on the periodic table, with each square being a room. I did the math and the rooms would all be extremely small, so I instead went for a legacy.

This is part two of the legacy. The first part was a plain-Jane vanilla legacy, found here, and after a vote, it was determined that the second part of the legacy (since we were nowhere near to finishing the periodic table) would be an ISBI.

Beyond that, to the newcomers: welcome to the Mendeleev legacy! The founder was/is crazy for science and we suffer from crashes and glitches regularly, but come and enjoy the show!

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8 thoughts on “About

  1. I’M LITERALLY ALMOST IN TEARS RIGHT NOW YOU’RE MY FAVOURITE LEGACY WRITER AND I DIDN’T KNOW THE URL TO THIS BLOG AND I JUST FOUND IT OMG I THOUGHT I’D NEVER GET TO READ MORE OF THE MENDELEEVS.

    Okay sorry for that. I just had to say that because you’re literally my favourite legacy writer of all time and I was actually very heartbroken thinking I wouldn’t get to read this ISBI.

      • Aha it’s fine! But yay more Mendeleevs! I’m currently re-reading the entire legacy and I’m on Manganese and Nickel, so I’ll hopefully be able to read this blog by tomorrow or Monday! 🙂

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