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A Review of Ravenloft, 5th Edition by Lord-Triceratops, literature

Thrums in the Deep, Chapter 2 by Lord-Triceratops, literature

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A Review of Ravenloft, 5th Edition by Lord-Triceratops, literature

Thrums in the Deep, Chapter 2 by Lord-Triceratops, literature

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My Bio
I write. I draw. The two have a running yin-yang thing going on with each other. I was a biology major in college and damn proud of it.

Current Residence: Maryland, USA, Planet Earth (it's where I keep all my stuff)
deviantWEAR sizing preference: One size fits all
Favourite genre of music: Classic rock, soundtracks, classical
Favourite style of art: Anything realistic, & film noir
Operating System: One that works
MP3 player of choice: iPod
Shell of choice: Ankylosaurus
Skin of choice: Chameleon or octopus. They instantly camoulflage themselves. How is that not cool?
Favourite cartoon character: Wile E. Coyote, The Genie from Aladdin, Homer Simpson
Personal Quote: All governments look good on paper.

Favourite Visual Artist
Wayne D. Barlowe, Chuck Jones, Gregory S. Paul, Bill Watterson
Favourite Movies
Raiders of the Lost Ark, Labyrinth, Rainman, The Godfather, Spirited Away, Aliens, Young Frankenstein
Favourite TV Shows
Mystery Science Theater 3000, Mythbusters, Burn Notice
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Blues Traveler, John Williams, Danny Elfman, Kiss, Nightwish, Weird Al Yankovic
Favourite Books
Catcher in the Rye, Frankenstein, Dandelion Wine, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Bad-Ass: Ultimate Deathmatch, The Prince by Machiavelli
Favourite Games
Dodgeball, Ravenloft, Splinter Cell, Psychonauts, Mass Effect
Favourite Gaming Platform
Super Nintendo, Xbox 360, Computer games
Tools of the Trade
Pencils, paper, scientific references, 40,000 lbs of bananas, people that don't ask questions
I don’t care what anybody says, I still admire George Lucas. I don’t care how much people dump on the Star Wars prequels or the fourth Indiana Jones, I’m still a fan. I’d rather watch The Phantom Menace, with Jar-Jar Binks at his dumbest, instead of some boring romantic-comedy about teenage dating. With that out of the way, I think enjoying the movie Willow is a less controversial choice. While it is a little flawed, but I still smile when I watch it. I consider it to be the third big Lucasfilm series, even though it’s just one movie, and a few sequel books like this one (and hopefully a series on Disney Plus. Make it happen Mouseketeers). People call it the fantasy version of Star Wars, and they’re not wrong, but Star Wars could be a sci-fi version of any number of myths from around the world. That’s the point, because Lucas studied the works of folklorist and historian Joseph Campbell, author of Hero of a Thousand Faces. It’s the heroic journey, and there’s a reason why it
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I'm back to drawing, but since the move, I can't find my colored pencils. Damn! Do you people want me to post WIP pictures?
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I can’t think of this book without thinking about Jim Butcher’s Harry Dresden series. This isn’t a bad thing. I enjoy those books immensely, and I can see why many authors want to emulate them. I’m guilty of it myself (Blatant plug: http://bookstore.dorrancepublishing.com/the-giants-journey/). Millions of people love mythology and history, and we live in a very dull, sterile modern world surrounded by dull, sterile people. Who wouldn’t want to have adventures with monsters, elves, dwarves, and gods around us? Who wouldn’t want to cast spells or live out their Dungeons and Dragons style lives, but with fewer dice? So I understand what Hearne’s character, Atticus O’Sullivan, the last living Druid, is about. I can see why he’s made a whole series about this guy. I’m glad for him. I liked this book. But I can’t say it’s as good as Chicago’s only professional wizard. Atticus O’Sullivan isn’t just an Irish pagan. He’s a genuine Druid from before the Roman occupation. He’s over two
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