Creative Writing

Runescape Storytime: Shield Of Arrav (Part 6: Shielded From Outside?)

Chapter 6: Shield Of Arrav Cassie, Eric and Ilona stopped on the brow of the hill. They smiled and hugged each other, for before them, finally, lay Varrock, the capital of Misthalin and the most populous city in all of Gielinor. Here, they would make their fortune. As adventuring heroes of course, for they had…… Continue reading Runescape Storytime: Shield Of Arrav (Part 6: Shielded From Outside?)

Anime

Psycho Pass: Review (Literary References everywhere)

Having just finished Psycho Pass, I’m going to do one more post on it, focusing on my enjoyment of the series as a whole and also a look at the references it made. Let’s start at how the conclusion made me feel. First off, it will probably be a while before, if ever, I see…… Continue reading Psycho Pass: Review (Literary References everywhere)

History

History Of A Nation: Minoan Crete

c. 3300 BC – c. 1450 BC So we come to the first civilisation that I’m covering, where we don’t believe it arose independently of any other civilisation, without essential contacts and writing systems imported from other neighbouring civilisations at the time, and it’s the Minoans, also the first civilisation in Europe. There is possibly…… Continue reading History Of A Nation: Minoan Crete

Television

The Walking Dead: The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be (Review)

I keep up with the biggest Western shows, you know. Actually, I went through all of the six seasons of the Walking Dead earlier this year (must henceforth warn anyone reading this that this will contain many many many spoilers for the Walking Dead, including the latest episode, so if you haven’t caught up, don’t…… Continue reading The Walking Dead: The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be (Review)