Looking back, this album is still really weird. Cool, but weird.
No matter the world, there are mischievous children. Adventurous scamps that do things their parents don’t know about.
In a lighthearted Friday Fiction, we’ll meet one of them. Her name is Serela, and she’s on a quest. It might be past her bedtime, but she’s committed.
40+ is a novella with a powerful hook but is hampered by a few things, including how short it is. It would be easy to imagine it expanded into a larger novel, detailing both the world as it was and how the change affected it.
We’ve arrived at the final Fazbear Frights book. This digital-only (at least at the time of writing) novella ends our little odyssey into the series, with only the police bonus stuff to explore.
The Hollow is a decent enough show mired by gimmick issues. The biggest one is its reliance on the “Mystery Box” model.
The amount of powerful, playable Planeswalkers feels like it’s hit critical mass. Besides Ob Nixilis, we’ve got the new Elspeth and Vivien. But we already had Wrenn, Kaito, Sorin, Lolth, and The Wandering Emperor.
How well do you know your neighbors? How well do you know the people you live with? The interior lives of strangers are vast and exciting. And sometimes, a little dangerous.
It’s time to go back four years and look at an old article Brandon Scott wrote about May The Fourth.
Streets of New Capenna came out recently, and it’s been great. I’m always fond of multicolored sets. For a player who likes power, the cards are always exciting. I’ve already logged a fair bit of hours with the new cards, and I wanted to give you my first impressions.
The waking world is madcap. For some, it is exhausting. In the dreaming dark, there are other options, strange as they may be.
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