Small Gods: A Discworld Review

Oh, lawks, I read another Discworld novel. Small Gods was Terry Pratchett's most intricate examination of organised religion and faith yet. Where do the gods come from? How many masks do they wear? Are they just a big lot of buggers sitting on their arses, pulling the limbs off mortals for the giggles? That's what... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Promise of Blood

(Disclaimer: Some minor spoilers ahead.) Brian's Style Promise of Blood isn't the first novel I've read by Brian McClellan. That honour goes to Sins of Empire, which holds a special place in my heart as both the first flintlock fantasy I've read, as well as the first title I purchased because of a recommendation read... Continue Reading →

Book Review: A Star Reckoner’s Lot

Disclaimer: This book has been kindly provided by Darrel Drake for free, in exchange for a review. No one said anything about being honest but I wasn't told to lie either, so it evens out somewhere along the line, I reckon. A Star-Reckoner's Lot has been an interesting┬áride, one that left me some strong impressions.... Continue Reading →

God of War: First Impressions

I played six hours of God of War with two of my closest friends, and I can't stop thinking about it. It's rare that I'll find a game lingering on my mind after I've put it down. Such games more often are those "just one more turn/game" strategy experiences, which can suck your life away... Continue Reading →

Dungeon Master’s Diary, S01, Session 02: Poke

Hello and welcome back to my Dungeon Master's Diary, where I recollect the long and winded tale of my Dungeons&Dragons party, the Assholes. Some time has passed since I last posted about these venerable adventurers. Let's get straight to it! The problem with note-keeping is...sometimes you lose the notes. Others, you're too lazy to write... Continue Reading →

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑