- The Adventure Zone (Podcast) (2)
- Star Trek (1)
- Stardew Valley (Video Game) (1)
- The Dragon Prince (Cartoon) (1)
- Liberty's Kids (1)
In which love can’t save you, but it helps.
I am a simple woman: I fall for the most trainwreck character in a video game, I work it out in prose.
(Also, yes, I named my farmer after a star trek character, and I have neither explanation nor apology.)
Check out the newest recap vid, Enterprisers, where each week a panel of fan experts get together to discuss the latest episode of the new series, Star Trek: Argo!
My friends started talking about how Shep probably loves Star Trek and this sublimated spontaneously onto a google doc, I don't know what happened. How many chapters will there be? Maybe no more! I'll never tell.
The Adventure Zone Roller Rink and Arcade opened in 1979 and has been struggling ever since. There is really only one thing that keeps the doors open, and that is roller derby.
Aka, the Late-90s-Roller-Derby AU that no one asked for but you're getting anyway.
As the Equalists try to take Republic City, Hiroshi Sato goes turncoat again, this time for the love of his daughter. But the Equalists take Asami captive for revenge, and Mako and Korra must rescue her. Korra unlocks her airbending, full of rage at the kidnapping of her friend. And things go horribly, horribly wrong.
We rejoin our heroes after the events of season one. The Earth Kingdom wages war, spearheaded by General Kuvira, a woman plucked from Zaofu for her military prowess and turned power-hungry by the earth queen. The water tribes are united...but at what cost?
AKA that one time I rewrote all of Hamlet because it fit just a little too well.
It is possible to learn from your enemies, provided you are both chained up in different rooms without seeing each other and are only allowed to argue.
Being an account, in pastiche style, of a boy whose story may or may not be the embodiment of the hero’s journey, and who therefore encounters a call to adventure, a wise advisor, a mystical weapon, a road of trials, a rogue, a princess, and a villain (in that order); and who, over the course of fighting an evil empire, finds himself attaining his goals, both symbolic and literal. In space.
(Victor Hugo writes A New Hope.)
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14 Nov 2017