Long Dark survival tips; how to manage your time, how to conserve food, how to avoid and defend against wolves, and many other essential survival techniques.
Looking for more totally awesome science fiction films? Checkout my list of awesome sci-fi movies and you might find a gem you have not discovered yet.
The Sony Alpha cameras have notoriously high battery demands and consequently drain quickly. Here are tips for maximizing battery life on your Sony camera.
Gardening has been hip since the dawn of early human, so get on the bandwagon, build a planter box, and start digging in the dirt.
Sony's 90mm f/2.8 Macro E Mount lens is an incredible piece of high quality photography equipment with crystal clear macro image clarity.
Every D&D game should be custom tailored to the group, their characters, and the DM's style. Here is my typical combo of AD&D optional rules.
The magic of D&D is that you can make up your own shit! You can modify and add to the core games rules to your heart's desire.
Start Trek: The Next Generation random episode generator. Randomly generate a TNG episode!
A good Dungeons & Dragons adventure needs good dungeon traps! Here are just a few trap ideas I quickly sketched to get your dungeon master thinkers workin.
I love movies and I love sword fighting. If you are the same and haven't seen all the films on this list, do yourself a favor and give them a watch.
Once again I could not resist the urge to buy a slew of legacy Magic The Gathering booster packs and bust them open with some close friends!
The Cursed Helmet is a Dungeons & Dragons campaign I have been making up on-th-fly for a few years while serving as Dungeon Master with some friends.
Hold onto your butts and get ready for some rip-roaring, fire-breathing, ass kicking, Dungeons & Dragons! Need some D&D adventure ideas? Look no further!
I love my Sony a7 and if you have one, I bet you do too. A full frame mirrorless camera in a sleek lightweight body. Here are some essential accessories.
A bunch of my old school Magic The Gathering decks! Most of the cards here are pre-rarity symbol editions, from before the Exodus edition that came out in 1998.
Simple and easy to follow step by step instructions for making your own custom table coasters.
This is a list of almost every book I have ever read. Mostly fantasy and science fiction because that is what I enjoy the most.
Want some tips on making awesome Dungeons and Dragons maps that your players will love? Checkout this article on drawing D&D maps!
Have a look at my personal top five comic books. These are not necessarily the best comics, just some of my personal favorites. I highly recommend them all.
Shaodw of Mordor was sick! Awesome battles, great story, insane cut scenes, you name it! I got 100% on it and loved every minute.
I just watched 28 Days Later for the second time and it totally rocks! Not only is it as scary as all hell, it is extremely well made, acted, and directed.
I just finished playing the 2013 release of Tomb Raider and it was totally amazing! Read my summary and feed back on the story and gameplay here.
Piers Anthony novels are an excellent source of fantasy entertainment! They are lighthearted, fun, and easy to read. I have not read them all yet but I will!
A nostalgic reminiscing of 1990s magic cards. New unopened Retro Magic The Gathering booster packs in Mirage & Alliances. And a retro mtg draft.
Some insight to how I DM and my custom home made Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Character Sheets!
Manufacturer defect of the Lord of the Rings Illustrated by Alan Lee, with the title pages, table of contents, forward, prologue, and map bound upside down.
100% completion in Banjo Kazooie done right. Totally fun and a total blast from the past! Notes, Jiggies, Honeycomb, Cheato, and Boss Battle.
Vault-tec Reminds you that while you can spend this this cash on any XBox goodies.... Vault Boy highly recomments Braid, Limbo, and Terraria.
Home Brewed: Star Trek The Next Generation Drinking Game! Drink every time Picard tugs on his uniform shirt. Drink if the enterprise goes into Red Alert!
Knights of Badassdom is extremely... well, badass! with a side order of nerd fantasy role playing goodness.
Night of the Creeps was far beyond what I would consider a bad horror film. The aliens in the beginning set up the audience for an extraordinarily cheesy ride.
I loved Pandorum despite all of its defects. What it lacks in special effects and acting, it makes up for in storyline and sheer awesomeness.