The Irregulars haven't played a long-term tabletop game since ending our multi-year Dungeons and Dragons campaign [https://death-llamas.obsidianportal.com/] in 2011. Last Sunday, we embarked on a new adventure set in Monte Cook's Invisible Sun [https://invisiblesunrpg.com/] . It's pretty weird (like Monte's other titles, Numenera [https://numenera.com/
Breaking with a long tradition of building my own desktops, I recently took the plunge and decided to switch to a mobile setup: an Alienware 13 R3 [http://www.dell.com/en-us/shop/productdetails/alienware-13-laptop] and Graphics Amplifier [http://www.dell.com/en-us/shop/accessories/apd/452-bcfe]. Today is all
I've been having a great time assembling some of the kits from Spikenzie Labs [https://www.spikenzielabs.com/Catalog/] over the past few weeks. Yesterday, I wrapped up one of the more soldering-intensive projects that I've done -- the Solder : Time Desk Clock [http://www.spikenzielabs.com/Catalog/index.php?
The Super Nintendo [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Nintendo_Entertainment_System] is my favorite video game console of all-time. Great games, durable cartridges, and comfy analog controllers made for a delightful experience. Unfortunately, the SNES came out in August 1991 - long before we had HDTVs, digital video inputs,
This is part two of the Irregulars' Origin Stories project [https://irondaleirregulars.com/tag/origins], where we tell short stories and anecdotes about our early days in gaming. In this installment, we continue with some more adventures involving my brother Ryan and I on the Krynn's Demise Ultima Online shard.
Fresh from Kickstarter, we've got a copy of Vast: The Crystal Caverns [http://ledergames.com/vast/]! > Play as the classic, daring Knight, the chaotic Goblin horde, the colossal, greedy Dragon, the scurrilous Thief, or even the Cave itself — powerful, brooding, and intent on crushing the living things that dare to
Special thanks to Wegmatt LLC. [http://www.wegmatt.com/] for producing the dAISy AIS receiver, Stripydog (the makers of kplex [http://www.stripydog.com/kplex/]), Matt Brown at m/v C:\ESC [https://mvcesc.wordpress.com/], Terry, and Freek Van Koolbergen for your documentation, tutorials, and comments -- I couldn't