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- Kickstopper: Turning the Lights Out On Those Who Most Need Them discussed 2018-01-19 22:02:04 - first published 2017-11-26 by Arthur B The Cthulhu Dark RPG has its heart in the right place, but unintentionally ends up tripping over its own conflicting aims.
- Cakes on a Train discussed 2018-01-18 20:00:36 - first published 2018-01-09 by Sonia Mitchell Kenneth Brannagh travels in style on the Orient Express.
- Funny, Complex, Imbalanced. discussed 2018-01-09 15:30:03 - first published 2017-12-15 by Sören Heim Sören reads The Simoqin Prophecies by Samit Basu. He finds it a balancing act between (not quite) pratchettesque fun, deconstructionist fantasy and jabs at PCRPGs. Sometimes it feels like a crossover between The Elder Scrolls and Monkey Island, but it has its great moments, too.
- The Greatest Empire That (maybe) Never Was a Novel discussed 2018-01-06 13:24:12 - first published 2017-12-26 by Sören Heim Sören has dug up another gem of fantastic literature. Kalpa Imperial - The Greatest Empire That Never Was by Argentinian author Angélica Gorodischer is an ambitious piece. But what exactly is it?
- Ferretnibble 3 - Two Different Frontiers, One Class, and Four Text Adventures discussed 2018-01-01 20:36:16 - first published 2017-08-01 by Robinson L Robinson and Arthur offer reviews of two short stories, a Doctor Who spinoff series, and a grab-bag of interactive fiction pieces.
- The Sequel of Shannara discussed 2018-01-01 20:00:24 - first published 2016-06-13 by Arthur B The Elfstones of Shannara finds Terry Brooks continuing to fill a very specific niche in Arthur's driving routine.
- Dissecting Lovecraft Part 3: You Never Forget Your First Dunsany discussed 2017-12-24 22:38:34 - first published 2016-10-02 by Arthur B Lovecraft's late-1910s run of short fiction saw his style and tastes evolving rapidly.
- Gradual Evolution, Not Rapid Mutation discussed 2017-12-18 04:00:08 - first published 2016-01-12 by Arthur B With Fallout 4 Bethesda don't make any big risks, but they do refine their process markedly.