On one world, I found a cave complex I named Many Rivers. The cave entrance exists near the seaside, and I know that those near-endless caverns extend well beyond the coast and into the oceans themselves. I often wonder if they connect to other islands, other continents… At the center of the cavern, three subterranean […]
Month: November 2010
I’m a big fan of Webcomics. Obvious perhaps from my own meager efforts within the genre. It’s a young medium, with a lot of experimental and untested storytelling playing out, for every moment of brilliance, there are dozens of faceslapping failures. This past week however, Tyrol Hunt, creator of Goblins, really showed off what the […]
On November 7th, I attended a cemetery potluck held by Those Who Mourn. I’d intended to bring a real camera and take photos, but the day disintegrated into a comedy of errors. I arrived late and flustered, convinced that no one would be there because they would’ve all left. Thankfully, that wasn’t the case, and […]
I’m working on getting it sorted, but it’ll take a bit. Sorry for the delay.
I tallied the entries for October’s raffle. We had 40 entrants, counting donations, which I figure is a pretty respectable showing. Once I had a complete count, I put them into a list and ran an integer request on random.org. The result was 37, and the thirty seventh entry was Urson. Hats off to you […]