Azurha lone survivor of the Rexapocalypse, finally reaches the mysterious dark castle and its denizens. He also stumbles on some people, possible allies or enemies?
Well, what is there to be said about My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic? It was already more sophisticated than previous generations of the My Little Pony brand thanks to its well-written stories, lovable characters, hilarious comedy, and morals that we can relate to. What no one expected were the male followers, dubbed as “Bronies”. I could go on about that, but I think everybody gets the picture: it’s a “little girl’s show” that appeals to both genders.
Early last year, its third season came to a close and after that, a theatrical movie called Equestria Girls was announced. As if the Brony fandom didn’t have enough to overreact concerning Twilight Sparkle becoming an alicorn, they overreacted that this would exist: My Little Pony with humans and a high school setting. I will admit I was skeptical about it, but I held my judgment until I finally got around to watching it. So what did I think of the movie? Well, that’s what I’m making this blog about. Continue Reading
The group can barely rest after they are sent on another quest.
The heroes reach the ruins of SLC, and something evil has been waiting for them. Basicly one of the craziest games I have ran for a while!
I talk with GM Juce about RPG’s.
Check out his stuff here:
Check out the RPG One Shot group here:
The Heroes discuss how to fill a spiked pit with potatoes and run into trouble at the market.
How YouTubers become the heroes of video games journalism. This and more this week on Tiger Claw Radio.