Recently my human has spent a lot of time doing things that don’t involve me. As you can imagine, I am not too happy about that and I told her so in no uncertain terms. Unfortunately her hearing is not very good.
So, now she’s trying to appease me by offering some adventure. She calls it ‘boardgame’. Instead of going out and hunting for real, I’m supposed to pretend. That’s a lot to ask from an orc. But since there was no real alternative, I gave it a go. Over the course of the next couple of weeks or months I’m going to tell you how I fared. If you see something like >this<, it means she-human is commenting on what I do or say.
>go on, Thrakbog, you’re babbling.<
See what I mean?
The number of games available was more than I could overlook (remember, I have a bit of a problem with numbers), so I had to rely on her judgement. I know, I know… Never trust a human when it comes to orcish entertainment. But beggars cannot be chosers.
>didn’t you forget something, Thrakbog?<
Righty: I hold no rights to any of those games nor do I earn the slightest bit of gold with what I do here. I am an orc, I have no idea what the concept of earning money could possibly mean.
So, to quote the bard: Once more unto the board, dear friends, once more.