I'm lucky in many ways. Very lucky. The story of how I got together with my now-fiancée is strange and hinged a lot on luck. I think I drew a red joker with her! It would have been very easy for us to never have gotten together, but fate was on my side. Either that Or I spent all my soulstones to cheat fate.
Anyway, she's awesome because she's a geek like me. She plays more xbox than me, takes over my PC and steals Skyrim for weeks on end and now she's showing an interest in cosplaying.
This will be the new home of The Case Files of Captain Griswalde in an attempt to not clutter up the forum with page upon page of the same story. I will keep the main thread in "The Writing Room" so that there is an easy way to get from the forum to this exact blog. This should just streamline everything together and make use of the nice new blog feature of the site.
I hope you enjoy reading this as much as I enjoyed writing it. Leave a comment either here/ on each different chapter or you
Not a Real Tale of a Malifaux Blogger (ToMB) - Month 0 Intro
So I have faction ADD and bought into every faction in this game, even the Not a Real Faction Gremlins, back when they were part of the Outcasts. I have a small Ophelia crew that consists of her starter box and a couple of Slop Haulers, that is actually my most self-painted Malifaux Crew. (I got a few painted crews when another local player unloaded his stuff). At the time I had started to pick up Somer's box and other related mod
I have a million things I want to do in my life. Not exactly a million - in fact, probably a lot less. But I have a lot of ambitions, great and small.
Developing my own indie video game is an ongoing project and one which could take years. But it's a path I'm on and if I just keep putting one foot in front of the other I will get to the destination.
One of my other ambitions is to fully paint a Malifaux crew to a pro standard! I love the pictures you see of professionally finished pieces, su
Well, it's a new year, a new site, let's get a blog started.
That's always the plan right? Fresh start. Resolutions. Follow through...Wait, what's follow through?
Last year, 2013, I had the lofty goal of getting all of my Wyrd models painted before Gencon. Although I have a lot of models (understatement), it was something I could have attained. Sit down, watch some television (marathon a show, ya mean), and paint up a slew of models. How hard could it possibly be?
I did get a good