Archives For D&D
For NaNoWriMo this year I’ve created a set of inspirations and goals to help me write; it is my Story Machine.Continue Reading...
I have spent too much time playing with Gallery. I think I am getting the hang of it, but for a while I was overwhelmed by the diverse experiences from my group of friends. I think I am gonna step back and work on my installation, and finish migrating my Flickr photos over.
Quick note: Whatever is my favorite song of the moment. My body vibrates when I listen to it.
Last week I picked up The Complete Wizard’s Handbook. Last night I picked up The Complete Book of Villains, Monster Mythology, and the AD&D Tome of Magic. All for under $10!
I also picked up NYC Mech #1. I had high hopes for it after reading the first couple of pages, but it went downhill from there. It isn’t that the story isn’t interesting. Rather, each panel is given so much detail that I end up distracted by what is going on, having to spend effort focusing between dialog and action. A larger book format, or simply more time with each panel would have really boosted this title. At any rate I will pick up the second book if I can find it. I try to see the pace and tone set up in the first two issues/episodes/tracks/etc. of any series. Considering that the comic is over three years old doesn’t make it likely, but I do find ways to complete such things.
The reason I am collecting these titles is for research—honest. I draw a tremendous inspiration from the flavor behind the rules, and I am now fleshing out two large worlds, alternating between a cyberpunk future and an anime high-fantasy setting. I will, of course, be discussing more about that later.
Anyhow, I am going to mess around with this theme for a bit and then crash. Tomorrow is graffiti-day! ^_^