Charms of the the Kingkiller Chronicles – Kvothe’s Women

  Partick Rothfuss’ The Kingkiller Chronicles is told through a first-person point of view. Kvothe tells the story of his life. He is as complex as it gets: a hero, a villain, an anti-hero, all in one. The world is well thought-through. Above all, it’s a wonderfully written (two books […]

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Game of thrones

A Game of Thrones, Madonnas and Whores 1

  I started reading A Song of Ice and Fire way back, while I was in high school. Actually, I remember the period quite clearly: it was the autumn semester of 2003, I was a sophomore and we had computer class the whole day when I got A Game of Thrones. […]

Why You Should Watch Naruto 2

I wrote this blog to try and motivate people who haven’t seen Naruto, and who are generally not well acquainted with Anime to give this one a shot. It’s well worth it. Although it contains some spoilers, by the time you’ll be drawn to the series like a pigeon to the […]

Stronghold: The Rush Strategy

Although rather well balanced, Heroes of Might and Magic III offers many subtle differences between castles, and gives you a lot of space to display your strategic acumen. And here I’ll tell you about the Rush Strategy when playing with Stronghold. Most people avoid this town and it is generally regarded […]

The Difference Between Epic Fantasy and Sword & Sorcery 1

So, a couple of nights ago I got into a discussion with my friends (the non-imaginary sort – yes, I have those) about what is the difference between Epic Fantasy and Sword and Sorcery. However, as the argument progressed, so did our enjoyment of various substances – liquid and the […]

Heroes of Might and Magic – The spinoff better than the original

  In 1986. a small studio named New World Computing developed an interesting role-playing game for MS-DOS. Of course, we are talking about Might and Magic Book One: The Secret of the Inner Sanctum. Or simply known as Might and Magic. Widely praised for it’s great open world mechanics, the game allowed the […]