I thought I'd try to expand on the concept a bit by including a little round-up from the last week. More to the point, I'll give you the three best post I've read over the previous week. Before I get started, I need to include a little disclaimer. I am not setting myself up as an authority on good blogging, or even on penmanship. Further, while I try to read most posts on my blog-roll, there will be stuff I miss. So, if you feel left out, that's my bad, not yours. Now that that's out of the way, here's the stuff I think you should read if you haven't allready.
Round-up for week 42
- End of spell series and Trollsey update on Roles, Rules, and Rolls. Why? Because I really enjoyed reading this post. Not to mention that Roger the GS raised the bar for how a session-report should be written.
- Green Hell on From the Sorcerer's Skull. Why? Because once again Trey expands his weird pulp-setting with a location you both want to visit and avoid. I think this is my favourite setting outside Argos (but I confess I am a little biased).
- The secret history of Darkling Earth on HUGE RUINED PILE. Why? Because Scott's world is even more Byzantine than mine, and he manages to tie up all sorts of weird elements into a scary and fantastic history for his world, and this post was what drew me into it.
There you go. My top three, in no particular order. I'm not sure if I'll make this a regular feature. We'll see next week.
Now onto tonight's main topic. This time I have two videos for you. The first I picked up on Thursday when Leketøys, one of the BoW-players, VJ'ed at a local bar. There was all sorts of really neat stuff on his play-lists, but this one made me take notice. Here you go, brilliant, disturbing, and confusing UNKLE.
And now the main feature of the evening, The Mysterious Explorations of Jasper Morello. I've posted this on this blog before, but I know there are still may out there who haven't seen this awesome film yet. And it is a big inspiration for the Outsiders of the BoW. I hope you'll take the time to watch this Lovecraftian steampunk marvel of an animation.
Ha en fin kveld, godtfolk.