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The Cloning Factory: Sherlock Holmes

In this series, we recreate a character from our favorite works in Pathfinder.

This week’s installment: Sherlock Holmes 3,246 more words

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The Cloning Factory: Organization XIII, pt. 2

In this series, we recreate a character from our favorite works in Pathfinder.

This installment’s character: Lexaeus, the Silent Hero (Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories and Kingdom Hearts 2) 2,684 more words

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The Cloning Factory: Corvo Attano

In this series, we recreate a character from our favorite works in Pathfinder.

This installment’s character: Corvo Attano (Dishonored 1 & 2) 3,251 more words

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The Cloning Factory: Organization XII, pt. 1

In this series, we recreate a character from our favorite works in Pathfinder.

This installment’s character: Larxene, the Savage Nymph (Kingdom Hearts) 2,064 more words

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When Economists Play D&D

I’m laughing at this, but to be honest, if it happened in a game I was DMing, I’d be inclined to run with it. It’s maybe the thing I was born for. 86 more words

Memewar

Roleplaying Games as a Microcosm of Free Will, Part 2

In Part I, I described an extended analogy using (good) roleplaying games as an example of the compatibilist school of thought on free will. But why does it matter? 649 more words

Faith

Roleplaying Games as a Microcosm of Free Will, Part I

In this post, I’m going to use an analogy (or set of analogies) to describe the various philosophical schools of thought on free will. Being a nerd and avid gamer, I’m of course going to find that analogy in the world of gaming. 815 more words

Faith