In other news, Andy got me most of the seasons of Adventure Time and I can’t stop watching them. I think I may need help. I blame Bravest Warriors for not coming out with an impossible amount of episodes that I was forced to go in search of other Pendleton Ward cartoons to sate my new found addiction. Granted, I was aware of the Adventure Time phenomenon for a while, and had even watched one or two, but for some reason they didn’t stick in my brain like a delicious candy coated brain parasite until I began watching all the episodes from the beginning. Why did no one tell me! WHY?!?
*puts on Finn hat and runs off to go watch a few more episodes*
What about you, dear Adventurers? Are you a fan of Adventure Time and/or Bravest Warriors? Or perhaps there’s some other nugget of entertainment that’s pulling you into its delightful time sink? Let us know in the comments.
Aaaand we have come full circle. I’m not sure how well window cleaner works on sunburns, but I suspect not well at all. Robo-Velociraptor is very efficient, that’s for sure.
Speaking of Velociraptors, I found this fantastic Velociraptor model kit. It makes me so happy that these models have proper feathers. There is also an amazing Dimetrodon too (among many other mind blowing dinosaur models)! I’m very tempted to pick up one (especially the fluffy Deinonychus), but my model painting stills are not up to par for such an epic thing. I’m slowly working my way through the game piece models for Mice & Mystics. I fear I’m doing a terrible job and I’m probably using the wrong type of paint.
Have any of you Adventurers found a particularly fantastic model lately, whether it be for D&D or some other tabletop game or just for fun? Do you have any model painting tips or know of a good tutorial site? Let us know in the comments!
I admit, the idea of building a scale model velociraptor is appealing. I’d move it around the house, occasionally placing it in different windows throughout the week.
What ridiculous thing did you want to build or purchase, and for what reason? Maybe it’s a Tardis or a T-Rex head to mount in the woods behind your house? Did you end up making/getting that thing? Was it as awesome as you hoped it would be?
I’ve also been contemplating about what to do with that large “dust trap” space between the top of the kitchen cabinets and the ceiling. I think a grouping of Cambrian life, like a Opabinia and an Anomalocaris with a few trilobites, would look nice up there.
Because Jupiter is a dwarf and… oh never mind. It made me laugh.
Hey, did you know I take topic requests for the comic? It’s true. Over on our facebook page Beth requested something Nethack (Thanks Beth!). Voila!
While I have played my fair share of Nethack, I never managed to get very far. So, in that respect, I feel for Harriet’s… I mean, Horsehead McButts’, untimely demise.
Are there any oldies-but-goodies type of games you’ve found yourself revising over the years? Perhaps you have an old favorite go-to whenever some time needs sucking? For me, it’s the occasional MUSH or MUD server and the old GameBoy Pokemon titles. I never really got into any of the old console games probably because I never played them as as child. That was probably for the best in the long run. I have far too many games I enjoy playing these days as-is.