Rose and Thorn: Session 26

So, I’m sure I’ve complained before about some of the D&D books, including the Dungeon Master’s Guide – some of them are confusing formatted, they all have terrible useless indexes, sometimes the content is just dumb. But I gotta tell…

Star Trek: Discovery – Revised Impressions

So, you’ll remember a couple weeks ago, I watched the first two episodes of Star Trek: Discovery when they were released on CBS All Access. I was… not impressed. It seemed like an alright show, just not a particularly Star…

50 Fathoms: Session 38

Sometimes, things were not intended to work out. It may be necessary for the rest of the plot, or it could just make a better story that way. A triumphant success is typically preceded by many failures, some of them…

Roses and Rot by Kat Howard

This book is not quite my usual fare, I would say. I rarely read urban fantasy, and I even more rarely enjoy it, but this was a definite exception. In retrospect, I don’t really know what made me pick this…

Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames

Nicholas Eames, author of Kings of the Wyld, must be a pretty avid D&D fan. And I’m thinking that a lot of D&D players would really enjoy this book. I certainly did, and I didn’t even play the type of…

50 Fathoms: Session 37

We’re definitely coming down to the wire here – I’m estimating only two more sessions left in this campaign. This session was the last big climactic battle before the Big One, the fight this has been building to all along,…