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It creeps through the crawly cracks of 3AM. That weird dimension. There are thoughts that can only hatch in the human skull at 3AM. It is always 3AM somewhere. It is happening right now. [SWL, Filth] There are several good…

I’ve pretty much abandoned the recipe blog these days, so this can go here. Preheat the oven to about 160c Grease three loaf tins or theoretically a bundt tin if you’ve got one. Make the things: In a small jug,…

“And we shall go create our *own* Facebook group! With blackjack, and hookers. In fact, forget the Facebook group!” September 18, 2013 at 09:35PM Today’s moment of panic bought to you by “No, wait, wrong bank account”. May 07, 2014…

In our previous instalment, the party (and me) had gone through the Unknown Armies universe generation process, and come out of it with characters and a world, but not really a direction. Without an Objective, I decided the first session…

This is a series zero Apple Watch, charging on my nightstand because I forgot to do so last night. It’ll last a couple of days, but I try to stay in the habit of charging it overnight. Has touch display…

One of the reasons for the slowdown in blogging stuff has been the number of things I’m doing that I don’t really blog about. One of those things is that I’m getting more into Tabletop RPG, especially running games. Recently…

I went into my first Nineworlds with few expectations. Primarily it was an expensive way to see a lot of people I generally only see in fields and scout camps up and down the country while LARPing, secondarily it was…

I bought a wifi enabled kettle in 2014. It works very well as a kettle (It’s fairly fast, you can specify a range of temperatures, it’s easy to clean and hasn’t fallen apart yet) and less well as a wifi…

A crowd of people dressed in fantasy costumes line a procession led by a woman in venician-style robes wearing a crown of flowers.

The biggest LARP that I attend is Profound Decisions‘ Empire campaign. Empire is a massive system, not only in terms of the size of the events – well over a thousand people – but also in that the background literature…