H.Bomberguy is another also started out talking mostly about video games. Lately he’s been creating documentaries disguised as video rants that have levelled up his channel, covering topics from autism to plagiarism to flat earth. Now, instead of being merely entertaining, he’s an objectively good YouTuber.
It’s the holiday week so I don’t have much time to play Baldur’s Gate right now. So I thought I’d do a quick article about one aspect I really like about Baldur’s Gate’s design. It’s one you don’t even know is there unless you specifically look for it.
China didn’t go well for me at first. I lost my fiancée, my job, and was struggling to adjust to life in a country so unfamiliar to me. I had all but decided to leave. This is the reason that I stayed.
Outside of what I’ve been writing about on here, it turns out I’ve played a lot of games this year. More than I expected, in fact. According to Steam, I played 32 different games this year. And I’m a little surprised at which games I played the most.
I decide to explore beyond the village to try and get a lay of the land. I come across a small farmhouse in the middle of the plains. It’s unoccupied, the cows and a horse left to fend for themselves. Maybe I could make this a home.
Folding Ideas is a YouTube channel I’ve been following for a while. Recently its produced some of the best documentaries you will find on YouTube, making it one of the best channels to watch. Well, at least in my opinion it is.
My mission to finish all games in my Steam Library is moving at a slow pace. Lately I’ve been playing a lot of Action Henk, earning medals and unlocking skins. It’s gotten me thinking about skins in games, and how they have changed over the years.
I’ve finished the last feature and released version 2 of the mod. The last feature I implemented was a book where you can store butterflies and gain information about them. The book has dynamically generated content, depending on which butterflies you store inside it.
Watching videos on YouTube can often feel like a waste of time. You have to sift through a lot of crap to get to the good stuff, and what is considered good to watch is, of course, subjective.
Gavin completed Lathander’s quest with the aid of the Troupe, slaying the mad mage Mutamin. During the mission they met Shar-Teel, a human warrior with a strong distaste for men. They now rest in Feldepost’s Inn, ready to decide their next quest.