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  1. Ikarys: the Bloggening 1: or "it doesn't have a subtitle, because it is the first one"

    Lessons we can learn about technology contracting from The Witcher II: Assassins of Kings, or The 5 habits of highly effective Witchers

    The world views them in roughly parallel ways; deplorable mutants who earn their keep by offering gruesome solutions to problems beyond the ken of most mortals. Viewed as degenerate subhumans by a majority of the populace, they are often befriended by circumstance or out of sympathy from equally reviled misfits. Their trade is esoteric and unwanted, ...

    Updated 2011-07-08 at 23:59 by isladar

  2. ISLABLOG: WEIRD CRAP FROM MY INBOX

    As you've likely already ascertained from the harpsichord janglin' in the background, it is time for another edition of MASTERPIECE ISLADAR, wherein I shall constructionate words with other words and make a thing for you to read. Gather 'round, little potatoes, pour yourself a snifter of grown-up juice, and prepare for the aforementioned, but now about to be actually-mentioned, word parts...

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  3. BG Stats for September 2012

  4. I AM GREAT, AND BY EXTENSION, THE THINGS I LIKE ARE ALSO GREAT

    Since BG has opened the floodgates with this new-fangled blog thinger, I've noticed a disturbing trend. While the blog entries have been both entertaining and informative, an important demographic has been entirely ignored: me. All these game reviews and whatnot are great and all, but really, how is the audience supposed to make an informed judgment on a thing if they don't know if Isladar would like it? More importantly, does Isladar like it? We can't let this shit be subjective. We can't ...
  5. ISLABLAG: IN WHICH AUNTIE IS REVEALED TO BE LITERALLY HITLER

    [Fade-in on a typical day in Darkest Carpathia; upon the Throne of Skulls Auntie Isla is browsing' some forums, bannin' some jerks. There is a jump cut to the computer screen, where we read:]

    Quote Originally Posted by some jackass
    Its like nazi germany up in this piece
    [Camera returns to our glorious mediatrix]

    "It warms the heart to see the adoration and, indeed, admiration of my subjects," I say, monologuing as I'm wont to do. "But such statements strike a chord -- what if ...
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