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Wednesday, June 19, 2013

It's been a while

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Almost three weeks without an update. I think that's probably the longest period I've gone without posting since I started the blog almost three years ago!

The thing is, there's not really any particular reason for it, other than I am really busy with other stuff, and haven't felt the inclination to post about something. I need to have something to say, and right now there isn't much worth talking about. Sure, I could ramble on about the PS4 and XBox One reveals, have my say on The Red Wedding, or bemoan the ending to Man of Steel, but there are plenty of places you can go to read all that.

Despite my lack of blog updates I have been pretty busy, so you can expect a few updates soon on such diverse subjects as Camelot Unchained (I have a fledgling guild ready to go and have been active on the Founders Forum), my further adventures in The Old Republic, my thoughts on flawed masterpiece The Last of Us and hopefully the restart of my Call of Cthulhu campaign.


So basically this post constitutes my way of telling you I'm not dead! Hurrah!

In the meantime here's a fun little video of me and my friends being horribly murdered by a homicidal robot.

Monday, June 03, 2013

Masks of Nyarlathotep Update

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Just a quick update, as I know I have several readers who follow my Masks of Nyarlathotep campaign write-ups, and I wanted to let you know why there haven't been any lately.

The reason is that one of my players has just had their first baby, so they are obviously more concerned with the nightmare horrors of dirty nappies, odd-coloured vomit and delirum induced by lack of sleep, than they are with the relatively mundane horrors of the Cthulhu mythos.

So, we hope to start the campaign up again soon, but in the meantime congrats to Hubert and his new baby investigator!