Wow, this was a really interesting read. I like how I was able to follow what was going on but still had a sense that the pieces of the narrative were not exactly flowing in the same direction. Very well done. »
I was reading Mossflower a couple weeks ago, and I'll be damned if Martin the Warrior's sword doesn't fit most of these.
I guess I'm not tired of these tropes just yet, since his father's sword being reforged with meteorite metal was one of my favorite parts of that book. SHWING! »
My Saturday board-game group loves these kinds of games. We get a quite a bit of mileage out of Betrayal at House on the Hill, and we play a lot of Eldritch Horror (the successor to Arkham Horror).
I would also highly recommend "A Touch of Evil". »
Same. I came in expecting a bunch of melee purists ready to tear Smash 4 apart, and was pleasantly surprised. »
Ps4 owner also, and I can second that this is stupid. It'd be shitty to complain about console exclusivity B.S. (which I do) but be perfectly fine if it's your system. »
It's when someone finds and releases your personal information online, usually things that could put you in danger like Address, real name, etc. »
Holy cow, it's almost like #Gamergate is an amorphous blob of agendas that seems to both support and condemn the same figureheads in equal measure. »
I'm not only ready, but willing. It's about time they brought Generation 4 ponies to the big screen. »