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Restoring the Crown

Today: The Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, Ch. 12.

As the game dumps yet another deluge of mediocre units on me in the space of a single chapter, I’d like to consider why it thinks I’m at all interested in them. 2,676 more words

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Shapefiles in Python: shapely polygons

In my last post, I described how to take a shapefile and plot the outlines of the geometries in the shapefile. But the power of shapefiles is in the records (the data) associated with each shape. 808 more words

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Shapefiles in Python: a super basic tutorial

I recently started a couple of projects that will involve using shapefiles and I got frustrated real fast. Many tutorials that I found assumed some previous knowledge of either shapefiles or the python libraries used to manipulate them. 1,237 more words

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The Grustian Menace

Today: The Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, Chs. 7–9.

This is a sort of interlude phase of SD&BoL, between the end of the first act and the more high-strung moments of the second. 4,016 more words

Fire Emblem

Mapmaker Girl

Suriya never planned on becoming a mapmaker. Her heart was set on architecture, creating place from wood and stone, glass and metals. It wasn’t only the imagining of an entire construction, it’s becoming an enlivened entity with breath made of those who dwelt within and without. 3,589 more words

Maps in Fantasy Novels

A lot of you are fantasy fans, I’m pretty sure. In most fantasy novels, there are maps. They could be world maps or regional maps, and even city maps sometimes. 138 more words

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