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Fantasy Foodies (Part I): The Epicurean Adventurer

Editor-in-Chief | July 8, 2011

I have a guilty little secret – I am a total fan-boy of “reality” TV cooking shows.  Top Chef, Master Chef, Kitchen Nightmares: I love them all, and if it involves cooks sweating away to produce fantastic cuisine from strange and unexpected ingredients, then it’s even better!  Nothing like seeing that moment of panic on [...]

Review of Rituals of the Other Side: Spirit Magic by Zombie Sky Press

Editor-in-Chief | March 17, 2010

“Trust her, child.  In this she does the will of the loa.” ~ Maman Brigitte (Mona Lisa Overdrive, William Gibson, 1989)
There is something eerily fascinating about some of the ritualistic magic systems that have existed on this planet Earth.  From vodou to the Lesser Key of Soloman to spiritual mediums, there are all kinds of [...]

What’s Wrong With Rituals?

Editor-in-Chief | February 5, 2010

“Double, double toil and trouble; fire burn and cauldron bubble.” ~ Shakespeare (That Scottish Play)
For those of you that don’t know, it’s bad luck to name a certain play of Shakespeare’s by name, and I don’t feel like cursing my blogsite. Yes, I know the line was also in a Hairy Potter movie, but [...]

Pre-Release Review: Azagar’s Book of Rituals by Goodman Games

Editor-in-Chief | November 24, 2009

“…the right ritual in your back pocket can mean the difference between freedom and death…” ~ Azagar Bloodfist
Probably one of the smartest changes that 4E did with the ubiquitous D&D Magic System was the invention of Rituals.  As a Dungeon Master running a 3.5 edition campaign, I was beginning to feel pretty swamped by the [...]