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The Fantasy 3000 Images System

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For an exam of many revision facts, it would be nice to have many hundreds of imaginary places at which to visualise the facts; but it would take time to learn those places themselves as well as taking time to learn them in sequence.

I tried a few ways to make a system of many images which occur in sequence. These places would be the sequential order in which facts need to be recalled - like the BLOKES system but with a bigger set of sequential images.

One image location system idea is to use more than 5 images for each of the town 100 shops. If I had 10 images of LIbraries or of parts of a LIbrary, and I learned them in order then the 100 place town system could represent 1000 places.

Here are the images I am looking into rotating through to make 3000 scenes:

Backdrop colours
Dark blue night
Clear light blue sky
Grey sky
Red sky
Golden sunset

Sixty Concepts (each to have 10 separate drawings)
Acrobats and jesters
Air balloon or old-fashioned machine
Alien
Android
Apeman and Stoneage look
Astronauts
Barbarians
Birds in a fantasy style
Bowmen
Bug or worm
Castles
Church
Cottage
Courtiers and politicians
Dancers
Desert tribe
Dragons
Fairies
Fountain
Gargoyles and goblins
Half men (include werewolf)
Hut
Kings
Knights and princes
Leprechaun or Dwarf
Mad scientists and mad men and fantasy beggars
Mafia
Monk
Mountaineer
non-horse-mounted rider
Ork
Pagoda
Peasant or Civilian
Pirates
Princesses and damsels
Prisoner
Pub
Punk
Queens
Romans, Greeks, slaves
Samurai and feudal characters from the Far East
Sci-Fi car
Sci-Fi motorbike
Sea monster
Sea person such as a mermaid
Ship
Soldier (different eras)
Spaceship
Statue or Monument
Temple
Tent
Tower
Troll
Vampire
Viking
Wild West cavalry or cowboys
Wild West indians
Witches and wicked stepmothers of fairytales
Wizard
Zombie or Egyptian mummy

Twenty-Five Add-ons (rotate 4 related images for each one)
Barrel
Bonfire
Cannon
Cart
Cattle
Cauldron
Chains
Flag or Banner
Flower
Gun
Hammer or Axe or Spade or Double-sided axe
Haystack
Horse
Jug or types of bottle
Rock pile
Scythe or Rake or Broom or Pitchfork
Shield
Signage
Skull or Bones or Cross or Gravestone
Spear or Pike
Stag
Sword
Tall grass
Tree
Wooden torch or Candle or Candelabra or Oil lamp