Friday 30 April 2021

April: What a Shower of— (plus Brù-Gar Campaign report!)

 Work sucks - I know.

Roman mosaic image depicting to figures surrounded by geometric/floral motifs and the wordand the word "Apries".
April panel from a Roman mosaic of the months (from El Djem, Tunisia, first half of 3rd century AD)

Life continues to be a struggle, yet still I manage to deliver! The first is this twenty minute rambly podcast by yours truly where I talk about all the things I would be doing if I had time:

The second is an ACTUAL PLAY REPORT by Louis/Gen2K whose name I mention 4 billion times in the podcast above. It's a first for me as I was not participating in this game in any way: I think you'll agree the outcome was no worse for my absence (indeed, possibly improved?): read on!

Tuesday 13 April 2021

I Promise I have Nothing Against March (or Mars)

 Honestly, I don't know what it is. I just don't seem to be able to write anything in March. Nothing against the month, nor indeed this poor unfortunate:

Image of Invincible's Martian Man, his mouth agape.
A man from Mars, aka. "Martian man". Absolutely nothing to do with Martian Manhunter.

At the turn of the century, when blogging was still sort-of fashionable, there would be a million blog posts that would begin "wow, sorry for not posting in so long!". Not going to do one of those, nor make any promises to commit to posting frequently again. I'm also sorry to report that the long-running PARIAH campaign concerning the trials and tribulations of the Unlucky Ones is on temporary hiatus. However, there is still at least one active PARIAH campaign ongoing at present, run by Louis of So Much Game. I've shared an update from his game (in which I play) which I will share below:

It is backdated to 1st April for personal reasons.

Thursday 1 April 2021

Brù-Gar Sandbox Session

This session took place on 3rd March 2003.


Slayer of the Father (Nye)

Chasing Ape (TinheadNed)

Timidly Hindered Dwelling (Sofinho)

Louis Gen2K of is the gamemaster.

Lions at Chauvet cave.


Early to middle spring