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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 2011-07-09 at 00:59 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. An Open Letter to the Final Fantasy XIV Community on the start of the launch of Heavensward

    This is an open letter to the community of Final Fantasy XIV, the game that a large portion of us know and love.

    Hey everybody, its Sonomaa, you know me, Im the admin of the BG forums, Im on twitter, I make funny posts and stuff and Im here to talk to you about the new expansion and something thats going to happen.
    Id like you to listen really closely on this, Im going to try to be as nice as possible and use my kindest words.

    When Heavensward launches were going ...
  4. BG Stats for September 2012

  5. 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 ...
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