Oddly enough, there are bits of Aoharu X Machinegun that remind me of the ballad of Tam Lin. Continue reading
Currently reading – and now watching, thank you Crunchyroll! – Aoharu x Machinegun. There’s a reason for that. Yes, beyond the lovely animated fight scenes.
(Though that would be a good reason all by itself. You can never have too much fight scene inspiration.) Continue reading
Secrets of the Old Ones by Blaise Corvin.
…I’d have to rate this one a 3. If it hadn’t involved a setting related to the Cthulhu Mythos, I think I would have dropped it after the first 20 pages. Continue reading
I admit to having an inordinate fondness for Spanner in the Works characters. For two main reasons. First, there’s nothing more heartwarming than seeing an evil Take Over the World type totally derailed by the person they completely overlooked. Continue reading
Note, this idea is still in the “poking around” stage, though I have main characters and the bare bones of a setting settled on. So anything here is subject to change!
First, magic is, in game terms, Int+Perception based – you have to be smart, and you have to be able to sense the flow of the spell/equations. Continue reading
When it comes to Keri Arthur’s City of Light, two words: Brain Bleach.
I’m going to be up front and say I could not read the whole thing. Continue reading
Broken Masquerades means the press gets involved when things go grrr. Continue reading