For reasons unbeknownst to me the design of my blog changed and cannot be changed back to my custom design. (There you go, things always change only after complaining a lot. The rest of the post holds still true though) This is how humans treat me. Just when I thought I had mastered this whole business of blogging…, failure is always just one step ahead. This simpler, darker, greener design is not all bad but it’s a matter of principles, is it not? Well, maybe it isn’t…
Anyway, my human neglected me once more and gathered some more of her species to play a board game without me. the outcome was as expected: they lost. The empire of the Dark Lord won, as is usually the case, or else he would not deserve the title. Makes sense, does it not? To be fair (I hate myself for even saying so) they fought hard and heroic. Read the report of the battle here.
Something very odd is going on. Let me explain.
My current she-human and the one I stayed with in London obviously share an interest in a certain story. If I may remind you of a series of posts a while ago, you’ll see what I mean.
The story is called Pride & Prejudice and my human in London made me read the book. It was the first time ever that I read anything other than tracks of monsters. And it didn’t end well, as I ate that book halfway through (when Prick Darcy proposed to Lizzy Bennet). Continue reading A conspiracy of …, I don’t even know
Like I promised here is my report of my first adventure in the world of boardgames. There will be more in the weeks to come. I enjoyed myself immensely, hope you will, too.
Drachenhort – Dungeon Quest
Yesterday the world ended.
Or so my human made me believe. A bit of rain, and some drops gotten into the flat. Oh, what a tumult. It made quite a splash (Ha! See what I did there? I’m a master of words). Continue reading Humans and their weather