Diseases. Incomplete and currently abandoned
The greatest book ever written! HA-HA!
Be it a tank, mech, aircraft, or warship, the same basic rules apply for writing speculative fiction about them.
Inspiration comes from strange places
Mistakes were made, people will be held accountable
An evaluation of the limited advancement of technology in standard genre fantasy.
Laser Pistol: "Sears $49.99"
Moonhunter ~ commenting on guns versus swords
A boring factual retelling of the complete history of the world
The inanimate remnants and dry husks of ideas left stillborn.
Luchildsburg? Yeah I remember that place, they had the black ale that tasted so bad.
In an age of lawlessness and war, there is one man who stands up against bandits and tyranny. That man is Michael Long, aka…the Gunman
Those other lists of 30
A primer for mountaineering and a glossary of mountain climbing related terms.
A brief list of warship types and their identification
...and why they should be avoided like the plague.
Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.
The compiled works of MuroMax, the collaborative entity of Murometz and Scrasamax, the Mythmaker and the Mechanic.
What’s in a Vote?
Many times the Old World has been mentioned in my works. Submitted for your approval…The Old World.
"There is something about the outside of a horse…that is good for the inside of a man."
Cold Comfort is a long-sword of star-steel, its blade giving off a wan, blueish light. Its grip is wrapped tightly in snow-serpent hide, and its pommel bears a single opalescent gemstone.
This blade is enchanted in such a way, that whoever wields it, begins to fall completely and irrevocably "in love" with the weapon. This love does not manifest itself as the expected reverence and bond formed between any warrior and his weapon, but as a deeper, truer love, one has for a soul-mate of the same species! The longer the wielder carries Cold Comfort the stronger and more disturbing this love becomes, and only the most powerful of magicks can potentially break the sword's insidious spell. The blade's owner will even speak to and coo to the weapon, convinced that the sword understands and returns this epic love.
If the blade's wielder somehow loses the weapon or has it taken away, they will become inconsolable, and will predictably go to "ends of the earth and back" to retrieve it at any cost. Such is the weapon's curse that even separation from it does not damper the feelings the owner has for the sword. Legends tell of several distraught and mind-addled knights who even years after losing the blade, still wander the country-side searching for their lost love. And woe be to the "new lover" if and when they find him or her.