Another month has come and gone, and there are another trio of fun search terms that stand out from the rest:
- In Nomine Infatuated Djinn
- Duchess KF Hell
- William Burke Wallet
For a lark I looked at the past month worth of search terms bringing folks to the site, and three in particular seemed interesting:
One of the problems with a zombie horde is how to hide it. Zombies aren’t exactly known for their sterling good looks or for their initiative – but one thing they do retain are their instincts. Dancers, this includes precision movement, stage makeup, and masking injury – three important skills to hiding the fact that one is dead. Continue reading
Your humble archivist is gearing up to run a game for the first time in years. We’re still in character creation, but don’t be surprised if you start seeing themes, stories, world building, and NPCs from the game making their way here.
What I can tell you is that it’ll be an infernal game in which demons are allowed to behave badly (which is often not my default).
As 2018 draws to a close, here’s a list of Liber Neglecta’s 10 most popular Celestials:
Metatron was the first Superior to feature a write up on this blog. His place in the mythos was created as part of the original Steve Jackson writing team, but as a deceased angel, he has always been a bit of an enigma. In retrospect, the Servitor Attunement I created for Cherubs is a bit overpowered, but aside from that I think this Superior still stands up. Continue reading
As you can see, I cheated a little bit on this post.
However, anything which has not been moved out of my old unit has now become the property of my Landlord, because I am not going to be paying for another month of rent for less stuff than can fit in a car and a unit with a whole punched in the kitchen wall (by the landlord) and stripped of all sliding doors (by the landlord).
My post reserves have been depleted, so there will likely be some fits and starts in getting the blog back up to speed, but we should be set for two a week this month.
I have very much enjoyed the increased freedom I have had over the past month. While the time mostly went into convalescence and activism, I was also able to take on other projects that I had been putting on the back burner.
At the same time, the Book of the Neglected has been a staple of my life for some time now, and I’m still not prepared to give it up altogether.
To split the difference, Liber Neglecta will be changing to a weekly for the foreseeable future.
Gretchen Offenbach has been edited.
I can no longer stand to leave her in her original form. She had been a pro-life activist willing to consider violence, and it offered nothing to the character.
I normally do my best to keep my politics out of this blog. But in this instance I went too far the other direction. I personally find the violence directed towards women seeking abortions and abortion clinics to be reprehensible, and I am ashamed that I wrote anything that presented it as something people could or should identify with (Gretchen Offenbach is presented as part of the Playable Characters series, and not as a villain).
It was a mistake, and I am sorry for the harm I caused.