My favourite RTS this year.
Recently I have been exposed to different convictions regarding the topic of men and their emotions, and much of it has primed me to begin writing a little bit about it, as not only does it pertain to my own gender, but is also a fairly important topic of discussion, particularly in the realms of […]
Ride the waves of your feelings.
Let’s talk Cube World Beta.
You arrive at the oasis-hamlet of Joppa, along the far rim of Moghra’yi, the Great Salt Desert. All around you, moisture farmers tend to groves of viridian watervine. There are huts wrought from rock salt and brinestalk. On the horizon, Qud’s jungles strangle chrome steeples and rusted archways to the earth. Further and beyond, the […]
Today’s blog post is a little different, in that I am actually posting some recordings of me singing along with songs I like. Lordy! Also as a note, I am planning another post which is more extensive in writing, so hopefully that’ll be up within the next week. Anyway.. As most of my close friends […]
It’s been a little while since my last post! I’ve been very busy doing other things, such as going on my one year anniversary trip with my partner and also thinking about what I’d like to do during my long summer vacation. Part of the things that I want to do more of is write, […]
Now that my addiction to SpellForce 3 has mostly ended with the completion of its expansion, Soul Harvest (which, by the way, is also a spectacular game like the base), my time has been freed up to write more about things I have been doing, and while philosophy and ethics have taken a break from […]
I haven’t been as active these past few weeks in my blogging because I’ve been busy with personal things, including things related to the book I published. However, the main thing keeping me away from writing has been the topic of this post – SpellForce III, a recent gaming purchase that ended up being a […]
A short post, but today is the day my book has finally gone live! I started work on my book as a collection of thoughts and graphs on A4 papers, and eventually turned it into a short book on teaching language, problems faced in Japan and methods to approach teaching. It’s all based off of […]