Month: May 2020

Zombie Threat: Runners or Walkers?

It might be best to open with this video, it’s a plot hole explainer from Shaun of the Dead and it’s pretty neat. I’m a massive fan of satirical movies. They have this great way of exposing the weaknesses (and many of the strengths) of a given genre at storytelling. This scene lays out one…

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Zombie Threat: Runners or Walkers?

Zombie Head Smashing

This blog continues on from the prior entry dealing with zombies and, since apparently I forgot to upload this one from last week I’ll be uploading not one, but two zombie blogs (today and friday)! I almost never talk about the Worldcraft Club outside of folks who are actively interested. Except for my wife. She…

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Zombie Head Smashing

Zombies Zombies Everywhere

For me, The Last of Us was a primary factor in purchasing a PS4 over competing consoles (or building a gaming PC) and I stand by that position to this day. After my wife bought me the game thinking we were going to enjoy a play through together -as we had done with Uncharted (made…

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Zombies Zombies Everywhere

TTRPG Character Building and Setting

I recently played a new pen and paper roleplaying game with Jon. Guy’s a brilliant game runner and it was a blast. The setting is called Degenesis and uses the Katharsys system which appears to have been designed solely for the game. Now, Degenesis is made by artists and you can tell. It’s a beautiful…

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TTRPG Character Building and Setting

Rich vs. Poor in Harry Potter

So, here we are again, I’m writing about Harry Potter. In a prior blog I’d alluded to the Statute of Secrecy being a problem and now listening to our Rich vs. Poor episode featuring Seth and Marcos I’m even more peeved about it. You see, class disparity doesn’t have to be the result of cash…

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Rich vs. Poor in Harry Potter