At the tail end of MKII, I played a lot of Goreshade 3 and Deneghra 3. I got very good at them, even taking them to the Last Masters at Lock and Load. To play them again, back to back, and get a feel for how they worked again, was a real nostalgic trip. To realize that both of them, while changed a bit, are still strong, was a really good feeling. Lets talk Goreshade 3!
It has been some time since I introduced my plans to play a few games with Goreshade 3 and I’ve only managed to get a pair of games in with him. I’m still looking strong with a bit more free time coming up here (vacation, etc). Let’s get right to it!
One of the basics truths of the Middle Ages, and many of the fantasy worlds that we create based in them, is that the world is bleak, cold and dirty. Many everyday conveniences we take for granted are a very long way off, and often haven’t even been thought of as a something that people should even desire. Come, lets take a look at what fantasy middle ages housing would look like!
Last week, the CID went live for the Cryxian Black Fleet, and man, it seemed pretty cool. Things were pretty quiet, compared to other cycles, so it was very sudden that the update went live today, and what an update it was!
I went over my thoughts on the original themes here, but come in to discuss what happened this week once your done reading!
I have been warped. Things about me have changed. There are certain pursuits that I no longer enjoy because of other things I have been exposed to. Dark souls is the culprit of one of these things. I am, at long last, playing the capstone of the trilogy, and it is reminding me of things I once thought were fun, but no longer are.
The day has finally come! The Black Fleet CID has dropped, today as I write this, and the next few articles are going to be me digging into this in depth, posting battle reports and other sorts of Black Fleet goodness. This one here is going to be the foundation, so let us get to it.