At this point, my apologies from irregular posting schedule have become self-aware. That said, there will be something coming this week for certain. At the moment, I’m dealing with moving between jobs as well as a lot of other personal issues. As always, Necrotic’s Reviews will continue. Stay Tuned.
Initially, this film slipped past my radar, as I’ve seen many contenders tackling the mockumentary genre, aspiring to be like some of the greats within the genre. However, what I also missed was that it was from the creators of Flight of the Conchords, and that is by all means a favorite of mine. Instead, we follow a group of vampires living within an eerie old flat in Wellington. Each of them contends with their own problems, usually initiating more squabbles in the process. But, the petty drama of long time roommates in a world they don’t understand is all part of the fun. So, what can these flatmates teach us ignorant mortals? Read on and find out!
I was going to make a rambling post, but I’d rather say that my heart and thoughts go out to those affected by attacks by hateful extremists. Every day, I am saddened by humanity being pulled down by ignorance and hate; the people who perpetuate this violence are indeed a part of it. This is just a reminder that we must come together in solidarity and love rather than let hate take over us. This is what hateful people want, including many propagandists who want to pin and blame a scapegoat or generalizing an entire population. We’re better than that. Let’s help the affected rebuild, even if it’s through moral support, and show that we are connected as a greater humanity. If there’s one good thing about the Information Age, it is bringing us all together.
IMAGE CREDIT: Jean Jullien
So, the new book for 5E is out as a primer to the Sword Coast region of the Forgotten Realms campaign setting. Specifically, it gives some updates on how the setting has fared against The Sundering and how it has recovered from the Spellplague era as well. On top of that, it gives other lore tidbits, in the shape of factions and their place within the setting. We also have detail on the ways of magic and gods within Faerun and beyond. Besides the typical deities of the Sword Coast, we have a handful of racial ones too. On top of that, we get some mechanical additions from the Realms itself. These are a handful of archetypes and racial variants to provide more flavor for your FR setting games. All in all, a lot of hype was riding on this book. For the past year, the support we’ve had was through playtest packets as well as the occasional full release of supplementary material. To finally have a fully published book again is a blessing in the eyes of many. But at the same time, fans have many expectations as well as many hopes and desires. So, let’s find out what rolls a critical hit and what rolls a natural one.
October was rather chaotic for me, in part because of work and other projects. That said, I hope you enjoyed Halloween as much as I have! Needless to say, expect things to get back to their regular schedule of mid-week updates! That is, unless something else comes up. Stay cool, everyone!