Lazy Sunday’s with Carl: Ep2

Finally now things are slowly calming down so I can get back to digging into the site again. Automotive mechanics is a crazy business and for 4 months out of the year it’s pure mayhem but finally people seem to have finally gotten their tires swapped out.

You may have noticed we finally got Ordinem Ignota slowly getting it’s legs as I stir the guys awake from their slumber. I’m excited about where everything is going and I can see us getting close to the end of the first adventure. Now while I have been off dealing with cars and clients I have had some time to brush up on some reading. Primarily Cthulhu 7th edition which I will be writing up about as I go through it. Suffice it to say I am very happy about it.

I have to admit that my gaming mojo is getting back up there. Since having kids, getting a house and all of life’s adventures I have found that gaming took a back seat. My creativity lagged and I was in some sort of hibernation. Starting the PbP game helped jolt that and reading more books I just got that loving feeling again.

I am planning another game which should be relatively soon. I am aiming for a One Ring game but also an Exalted game. I think One Ring will come first but I go with my passion. Us OCD people are very indecisive but there are a lot of good games out there these days that deserve to be played.

If you have money to spend the Dark Souls board game is in it’s final hours and I highly recommend buying in. It looks like a lot of fun and with it’s huge success it has a lot of unlocked extras. Very impressive and I totally with have bought in for it but on a very limited budget for little while. Have to just love when birthdays, renovations and other tidbits fall at the same time.

Stay tuned to the RPG Hub where we always have something interesting and it is always growing.

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Carl

Was recruited back in the first year of high school to play this odd game called Dungeons & Dragons by his friends who would become his family. Tending more towards darker themed games like Call of Cthulhu, Ravenloft, Gemini and other such titles; he has also ventured into other genres as his interest has developed. If there is something cool to play out there, he will play it even if it hurts his brain.

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