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Tonight I am writing about my gaming hobby so feel free to skip reading this unless you are a tabletop rpg gamer or very curious! I will be back tomorrow to normal topics (whatever they are?) Well another Image from … Continue reading
So I read Waiting for Another War the history of the Sisters of Mercy (till 1985) by Trevor Ristow. It is a really good readable book with a limited market (probably people who bought The Reptile House ep) and charts … Continue reading
WARNING: Many links contain sound. Don’t click on them if at work. Last week was spent on my annual holiday, this time spent visiting my parents in Suffolk and from Friday to Monday at Continuum, a bi-annual games convention in … Continue reading
“West of Arkham the hills rise wild, and there are valleys with deep woods that no axe has ever cut. There are dark narrow glens where the trees slope fantastically, and where thin brooklets trickle without ever having caught the … Continue reading
Can you save Mars? A 2 player RPG that is not an investigative game, and that does politics well… So this morning I found myself with the prospect of a free evening, and in a spirit of optimism I fired … Continue reading
A 2 player game about a giant robot mega-tank (the OGRE) as it ploughs towards through the defenders killing everything in the way… Back in my school days in Bury St Edmunds, there was a little boat enthusiasts shop called … Continue reading