OK, so only one of my reads had actual teeth sinking, (OK, two if you count monsters taking a chunk out of someone’s shoulder, or three if you include demons from Hades, OK, so actually only one didn’t…) but it was a cool headline, nonetheless. I love reading, and have
Review by Samuel Z Jones We said it, we warned you, if you don’t suggest a headline, we’ll continue to make them up. So, just to change it up a bit, in character blue, out of character dull grey, editorial comments pink. We like pink. Fourth Event, a year of
Yes, we are running out of witty LARP related headlines, please feel free to post your suggestions in the comments box. So, a brief note: Editorial notes/comments will be in this splendid shade of blue, in character narration will be pink, and the rest of the text will be the
Disclaimer A few people have suggested, following my first LARP review, that I should write entirely In-Character from beginning to end. Kindly permit me to explain: There are countless IC accounts of every Event, I am sure many of them are excellent and have avid fans. This is a review.
When Ready Steady Cook was cancelled in 2010 my life lost all meaning. I was left with nothing to do in the afternoon but job hunt whilst eating slightly mouldy cereal bars and trying to find a way to enter into the adult world. Let’s face it, no-one wants to watch stupid people
This week, Profound Decisions bravely hosted a game of Empire LARPing. I say bravely, because it takes courage to arrange a three day pitched battle in a field in March, with a hurricane allegedly sweeping in across the Atlantic. Enough LARPing enthusiasts gathered to create a tent city, divided into
A Tweet Day Eileen Wilson It never ceases to amaze me how many good writers are totally unknown, but maybe that’s because the best of us are absolutely rubbish at marketing! This was marketed to me with “can you have a look, I’m not sure if it’s even funny”. Well,
As most serious nibblers will be aware, we have recently acquired a new contributor; fantasy author and reviewer of things, Samuel Z Jones. As Badger co-hosted his online book launch party, he sent her a copy of his most recent book The Baron Moruna to read, presumably so she’d know what
Review by Samuel Z Jones An eccentric venue for an unusual band; this Friday 13th, Ferocious Dog played the Talking Heads in Southampton. Revolutionary lyrics, punk fury and screaming guitars, drawn into anarchic harmony by an electric violin. It works. I’ve never actually seen crowd-surfing in a local venue before.
Well, we said if you asked we would, and we are true to our word. Amadeus said the following: Hello Badger, I liked the songs of Italy and Belguim too. Please let me know what you thought of those songs? And what about Australia to enter the competition? Thanks big