What me worry?

  To change gears today I wanted to talk about MAD Magazine. I went to the local comic book store today (Yes, there are a few comic book stores in China, the only ones I know are run by laowai, but they are there), and they mentioned they had some new copies of MAD in […]

Central Murk Lands

As more and more people discover my book, “Castle of Blackwood Moors,” folks ask me for more details since they would like to run adventures there. ┬áSo here you go! Today’s post is for you. CoBM takes place on the eastern central portion of the Middenlunds, a bunch of not-so friendly city states along the […]

The pictures finally showed!

The pictures finally arrived! Jeepy Creepys that is some SLOW internet…. Okay, here is the first of a few posts of an event I went to called Khankon (www.khankon.com) in Shanghai. It is a table top RPG convention mostly for Chinese folks (Table Top RPGs are gaining ground here but more on that later) with […]

Oh, China. *shakes head sadly*

As some of you already know, this past July 25th, I have been in China for five years. There are some great things about China, some bad things, just like anywhere. This post is going to be about some of those things. This past weekend was the Mid-Autumn Festival (do not ask me, since the […]

What else, what else?

As I mentioned yesterday, another thing I am doing is working on a computer game. I wont give out many details since it is only about a month or two in development. But I included some screenshots on getting farming up and running. I cannot take credit for the coding that is the ever awesome […]

What’s up Tiger Lily?

What else is this blog about? I plan on talking about a lot of the things I enjoy. -Harassing others – Dungeons and Dragons (OD&D, AD&D 1st ed, D&D 5th ed) -Harassing others -Mystery Science Theater 3000 (and Rifftrax) -Harassing others -MAD magazine -Harassing others – Monty Python -Harassing others – Muppet show (Those are […]

Writing Sample. Part One.

  Chapter One   A chill wind blew across the choppy waters of the Great Inner Sea. The sturdy ship, Wave Rider, cut through the waves like a knife, making good time heading southward… straight toward the approaching storm on the horizon. A low sea shanty rolled over the deck, sung by the veteran sailors […]