Second Darkness is ending. Our first-ever Pathfinder adventure path campaign, began in September 2011 and is concluding about two years later.
We played Pathfinder every two weeks, the exception of the occasional schedule cratering by holidays and summer vacations. We worked our way through the entirety of the first three books in the series, but skipped a good chunk of the fourth book (which takes place in a drow city) and the entire of the fifth (which involves unearthing an elven conspiracy).
My biggest problem as a fortysomething comic book collector is that I don't have time to read the damn books. You'd think I would -- after all, these aren't novels -- yet I repeatedly find myself with a six-month backlog of comics.
The Creature From The Black Lagoon showed up in the Nuketown inbox today. This should be fun... #movies #creaturefeature
I've been back on my exercise regime for about three weeks (never mind the timestamp on my blog post kicking things off; I actually started writing that two weeks ago...). I spent the first week jogging, and then spent the next week walking (in an attempt recover from the previous week of walking). This week I'm going for a mixed approach: jog one day, walk the next, and try and get a few afternoon trips to the gym in to round things out.
The Unspeakable Oath is conducting a subscription drive. The goal of the drive is to get some cash into the magazine's coffers so they can continue publishing their ode to Call of Cthulhu and Lovecraftian gaming. The drive is organized into tiers; at 150 subscribers folks get the Delta Green short story "Down on the Delta" by Adam Scott Glancy.
The apocalypse is back on. Ken Hite's The Day After Ragnarok is a campaign setting for Savage Worlds and Hero System that in which the Nazis' managed to summon the Midgard Serpent in the waning days of World War II, only to see the Americans slay it with a nuclear bomb.
For the first time since high school I may actually finish my summer reading list, or at least hit the 90% mark. Of the 17 novels, graphic novels, and audio books on my 2013 reading list, I've completed 14.