• Reviews

    Review – Reincarnation Trials: A LitRPG Apocalypse: Systems of Salvation, Book 1

    In space, no one can hear you scream at the rogue AI protecting Earth the way she feels is best. Yan Hang’s first book in the Systems of Salvations series is an interesting mesh of soft science fiction, political intrigue, and American Wild West survival. There are times I’m not sure it should work, and times I’m not even sure it did work, but never was there a doubt in my mind that the world the author created was interesting and entertaining. Purchasing this book from the above banner, or this link, could lead to a commission for the website. 400 years ago, biological weapons known as Narocks have escaped…

  • Gaming,  Shitposting

    Torn City – When Scamming in Global Backfires

    Sometimes new players are the best source of fun. So, pretense – a kid in Global Chat was begging for $50M, clearly a scam, whatever. He was getting a bit lippy. So I told him I’d send him $5M. And I did – as a bounty. Five hundred thousand torn dollars, ten times (the maximum active bounties you can have at one time.) He got someone to claim them all, so I hospitalized him and bountied him 10 more times. That brings us to: I got Rachless in this screenshot; he is a reviver that got scammed by this newbie boobie. Apparently our hero Crazyman01 doesn’t pay for revives. And…

  • Reviews

    Review – Cinnamon Bun, the Trilogy

    Broccoli Bunch is a 16 year old Canadian teleported to a new world and given a quest – “A great evil has set its root in the world. You are called upon to save it!” To help her, she is given a class: The Cinnamon Bun, “Too good for this world. Too pure. You are the perfect support and friend to all. Nature itself smiles upon you.” Thus begins her adventure across the planet Dirt, in a high stakes yet surprisingly slice-of-life high fantasy story that is guaranteed to make you smile. I’m not going to lie, there’s going to be a certain type of person who doesn’t like this…

  • Reviews,  Shitposting,  Writing

    Review: Fortnite – The Series

    It was only a matter of time before the Fortnite video game craze led to a cinematic experience. What is so surprising is how many liberties were taken with the franchise, complete with the hilariously awful translation of the game’s namesake in Korean. Fortnite focuses on John “The Reaper” Wick, a man with a gambling addict who finds himself brought into a mysterious Battle Royale thanks to the underpinnings of the IO company. He finds himself competed with hundreds of other contestants, with the goal of gaining the Victory Royale and with that the prize of 45 billion won (approximately 38 million V-bucks.) The series takes a lot of liberties…

  • Gaming,  Reviews

    Review – Bravely Default II

    It took over 80 hours, but I’ve unlocked all the endings and beaten all of the “optional” class trials of the Switch game Bravely Default II (which is coming to Steam later this year.) I’ll be honest, I wish I’d quit playing at the forty hour mark. I’m not going to say this is a bad game and people shouldn’t play it, but I am going to point out that it’s an excessive disappointment and the more time a player spends on it the longer that player is going to realize how flawed it is. The Premise: Bravely Default 2 follows the antics of Seth, who is a guy in…

  • Non-Fiction

    Copypasta: Flounce Letter

    Hello, I’m random [online community] member #278. Most of you have never seen me post. A few of you know me from [insert link for this weeks drama filled post] where I was in a rather heated online argument. I have to say I’m disappointed in [online community]. I won’t name names in this post even though the entire community knows who I’m talking about. That way I can always point to my post saying, “I NEVER SAID YOUR NAME!” This gives me the upper ground. I didn’t like the way that you did that thing you did. And the photoshopped pictures about me hurt my feelings. Yes, I realize…

  • Reviews

    Review – I Was An OP Demon Lord Before I Got Isekai’d To This Boring Corporate Job!

    So, I may have gone overboard with my hilarious meme review that you all should go and rate as helpful right freaking now because I’m desperate for validation. But how did I really feel about the book I gave “negative one” star on Amazon, Goodreads, and Tiktok? Well, to put it bluntly, I think it’s the right mix of clever marketing and solid story writing. The author, Regina Watts (whom you might know from my review of another book of hers, Bloom & Dark) recently rebranded some of her short erotic stories in something of an omnibus complete with an manga cover, and then came out with this hilariously over-the-top…

  • Reviews

    Review – Missing: A Mason Gray Case

    A long time ago, I was an active member of the Camarilla Fan Club. I think I might still be a member now that I think about it, but I haven’t played in a game in like 8 years? One of my least favorite things about the franchise was how the global chronicle tended to drift towards “Super Friends, But We Dress Dark And Sometimes the DM Makes Our Characters Drink Blood (Because He’s an Asshole).” One of my *favorite* things about it was how player creativity could clash with at times gritty modern fantasy to create personal stories that bled between different players (pun not intended.) William C. Markham’s…

  • Fiction

    Movie Night (erotica submission)

    We’d agree to meet at a local big-chain theatre. The movie wouldn’t matter much; something R rated and preferably not on its opening week. You’d wear a warm sweater and a miniskirt with leggings; a nice balance between staying warm as you’re out and about while also allowing you to suggestively show off some of your finer assets. Underneath a warm winter hat would be your cute hair, tied up in pigtails because of reasons. Once the lights went down and the movie started, we would want to be mindful of other movie patrons. You’d have to keep your breathing quiet as I kissed on your neck and teased your…