Monthly Archives: August 2009

Zombie Braingnawer

  Part of Zombie Week here on MrLizard.com! It shuffles, it shambles, it eats your brains. What more do you want? share: Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on fark share via Reddit Share with Stumblers … Continue reading

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Z Is For Zombie…

Z Is For Zombie So I had this brilliant idea that daily stuff would be easier if I had a weekly theme. The hard part then, is finding a theme. As I staggered out of bed this morning, the answer was … Continue reading

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Strange Brew

Strange Brew (aka Drinking And Dragons, Part 3) Hey, eight days of Breakfast Crunch! If this were a typical "daily" updated webcomic, this would have taken two months! (It would also have a lot more readers, especially if my main … Continue reading

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Faux-Alcoholism, Redux

Faux-Alcoholism, Redux Why does imaginary drink play such a strong role in, erm, role playing games? Is it because a lot of us started as teens and couldn’t drink, so we pretended to? Is it because Ale And Whores are such … Continue reading

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Roll The Dice To See If I’m Getting Drunk!

Roll The Dice To See If I’m Getting Drunk! (Those of you who do not recognize the title, it’s from the classic and hilarious Dead Alewvies radio sketch, which came before the widely-distributed machinima often called “Summoner Geeks”. I have … Continue reading

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Green Slime Golem

Of Arduin And Green Slime Golems To my mind, the pinnacle of gaming is/was the Arduin trilogy by David Hargrave. The later books were alright, but nothing matched those original three volumes, with their “Percent Liar”, their incoherent layout, and … Continue reading

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Green Slime Golem

Green Slime Golem At first, this creature appears to be a puddle of stagnant liquid, or a thin sheen of mold growing over a surface. Only when someone comes within its programmed ranged (usually 20 squares or so) or if … Continue reading

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013 The Everburning Forest

The Everburning Forest Many are the layers of the Abyss which resemble, in some way, the forest and jungles of the mortal world. The Forest of Shrouded Pines is of course well known, as is the Jungle Of Gears, and … Continue reading

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Is This A Dagger I See Before Me?

Is This A Dagger I See Before Me? Yes, and it’s headed for your spleen. ("Spleen" is one of those guaranteed funny words. Like weasel. "Weasel Spleen" is a)incredibly funny, and b)a good name for a rock band. Yes, I … Continue reading

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Fragments From The Silver Grimoire

Fragments From The Silver Grimoire Before the Rivenning, before the Aeld became three races, they were known as the greatest masters of the Arcane on Cret. The Books Of Metal — the Iron Grimoire, the Copper Grimoire, the Mithral Grimoire … Continue reading

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