Welcome to my website. Here you can find information about a variety of different games that I have played over the years. My website is high on content, low on graphics. Please select the game that interests you from the list below.
Contributions to the website are never necessary, but always welcome.
Quote of the Moment
Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will.
- Frederick Douglass
Happy Holidays to all! This has been a quieter period for the website as it's been a busy few months and more of my gaming time has gone into the YouTube channel as opposed to writing. I've been focusing on Teamfight Tactics Set Ten lately which has already proven to be one of the best TFT sets ever, and it's only a matter of time until the developers screw it up with terrible balancing changes so I've wanted to play the game now before it turns back into rubbish again. Elsewhere, a series of community submissions helped me complete Season Seven of Civ4 AI Survivor which now has all game writeups and alternate histories complete, linked as always from the main Season Seven page. I also completed a Solo White Mage game for the original Final Fantasy using the fan-made Renaissance version which fixes all of the various bugs; here's a link to that report for those who haven't seen it. I have some other reports in progress, including the writeup of our overseas travel to Vietnam and South Korea, but nothing ready to showcase just yet. I hope everyone had a great year, here's to a fantastic 2024!
It's time to update the front page of the website with the various reports that have gone up over the last few weeks. First of all, I completed the short written summary for the most recent Civ4 Livestream game: Winner's Circle, Louis on Totestra. This wound up being a more peaceful game that focused on overseas expansion, trade routes, and eventually corporations to obtain an economic edge. There's also been a steady stream of additional alternate histories content going up under the Season Seven page for Civ4 AI Survivor which has been largely coming from the community members - thanks for all of the submissions! Elsewhere on the website, I've been plugging away at WillPower's journey under the Diablo 2 section as he slowly makes his way through Hell difficulty. The pace of progress has definitely slowed down as the difficulty ramped up and it's been getting harder and harder to continue onwards under this restricted variant. Then there are two unexpected new additions to mention. The first is an overview for the game Darkest Dungeon 2 under the Miscellaneous section, a game that I've spent a lot of time playing and deserves some kind of mention now that I've finished most of the content. Finally, I did a new playthrough for the original Final Fantasy using a fan project named Final Fantasy Renaissance that fixes the innumerable bugs present in the NES game. I used my old unfinished Berserkers variant to test out this content and the writeup should be an entertaining look at an old classic. That's all for now - thanks for stopping by!
Two months have passed and it's time to update the front page of the website once again. The biggest news has been the conclusion of Season Seven of Civ4 AI Survivor with the crowning of a deserving new champion. All of the games are linked from the Season Seven main page and community members Eauxps I Forgott, Amicalola, and Myth have been helping out by putting together written reports and alternate histories. There's a ton of AI Survivor content to explore for those who find the subject interesting! Elsewhere on the website, I've been working on my elemental aura Paladin for Diablo 2 WillPower who has made it through the early stages of Hell difficulty. That journey has been getting more difficult and therefore likely more interesting to read about. I even had time to play a Master of Orion game created by rgp151 which is written up on the website here. Finally, the complete travel report for last year's trip to Hawaii has now been posted under the Travel section of the website. I'm not sure how many people read that stuff but it's been on my to-do list for the last 12 months and I'm really glad to be finished with the writing. Enjoy!