Monthly Archives: July 2014

My new Pebble

I finally succumbed to getting a Pebble Steel (by “succumbed”, I mean that I finally persuaded my wife to let me buy one) and I thought I’d share my initial impressions. I’ve had it for about a week, so I’ve … Continue reading

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That promised discussion on feats…

Here goes… For those who roleplay, but aren’t familiar with D&D specifically, feats are options for customising characters. They appear in other games under various names (edges, schticks, etc…), but the intent is generally the same; to add new features … Continue reading

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Call of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land

I quite enjoy strategy games, as they appeal to my logical mind. However, I’m not a huge fan of real-time strategy games; I’ve played them every now and then, and while I haven’t hated them, I’ve always found them stressful. … Continue reading

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The advantages of advantage

In my review of the new D&D edition, I said I would talk about feats at some point. I’m actually going to leave that for the next post and instead I’m going to take a few moments to discuss the … Continue reading

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El Chupacabra

I’ve not written a straight up film review in quite a while, so tonight I’m going to be taking El Chupacabra as my topic of choice. To provide a bit of background, I spotted El Chupacabra in the £1 section … Continue reading

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Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition – Initial thoughts

A few posts back, I mentioned that I was excited about the new edition of Dungeons and Dragons. Last week, the basic rules were released as a free PDF and I have now had chance to read through them. Here … Continue reading

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Maybe I should Let It Go…

As predicted in my last post, I was forced to listen to the Frozen soundtrack numerous times on the journeys to and from my sister’s wedding. In addition to Let It Go, my wife is also a big fan of … Continue reading

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