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Review: I Know You Of Old at The Hope Theatre

I recently reviewed a production of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, and while the play was excellent, I was reminded, not for the first time, of how much its conclusion bothers me. 731 more words

London Theatre

Art-Tastic Tuesday: 'You Better Run...' by Gregory Fromenteau

Click the picture below for full-size. On Art-Tastic Tuesdays I feature a selected piece of visual art that I have come across. These are pieces that have inspired my writing or beautifully frame some concept or another that I have already written or want to write about.

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A stitch in time

With my week wrapped-up I was able to find a bit of brush time.  Fortunately, this also gives me a chance to get a few models ready for the next RPG session.  606 more words


Creating a golem (a mage in training, part 12)

After a tedious day of studying and bowing to cocky teachers, Ash wanted nothing more than her bed, however, she had a golem to create.  She couldn’t leave it until the morning as her first lesson was Familiar Creation… and she knew, just knew, she wasn’t going to wake up until the last warning bell sounded. 188 more words


InfoByte | Golem (GNT)

Penny for your Supercomputing?

Human history is a Gaian dream. ― Terence McKenna

Information + Resources

Official Site

The Golem Project

Development Roadmap…
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Folding the Golem

Acacia shuffled the papers on the table, both the carefully handcrafted paper from plants in Samar’s garden and the notes that she had made following her interview with the Magician. 475 more words

Role Play

“Golems… have feelings…”

We are pleased to release the 3rd part of Michael Bertiaux’s Gholemhe talks.

In this lecture on the “Transyuggothian Golem”, he displays his painting which is to “be used for initiations into the transition from the sign Pisces into Ares”.