Writing stories, doing random things online, questioning the fabric of reality.
Lapis in Aeternum
There’s something about diving down the rabbit hole of creativity that can drive a man mad. Each new idea formed only leaves the question “Am I creating something new or am I simply recycling the old into something that appears to be new?” The reality was that there was nothing new under the sun. Stephano knew that just as well as anyone else. Every single idea seemed to get recycled with time, even if those ideas took time to resurface.
Lapis in Aeternum
When a person is stuck waiting in a state of anxiety time itself seems to always stand completely still. The illusion of time standing still always leads to the inner turmoil of what might happen as one is never completely in the know of what will happen, but the possibility of what might happen. The thoughts in Stephano’s mind raced as he waited for a reply from Alexia. Stephano frowned as he felt a twinge of anger that he hadn’t received a reply to his text message to Alexia. He put his phone into his pocket groaning in annoyance and moved to pick up his Dr. Pepper from his desk. The moment he picked it up the icy cold soda became lukewarm. He instantly glared as he took a sip of it not enjoying the taste of the now lukewarm beverage. With his temper now heightened the soda in the bottle started to bubble slightly. Noticing this he started trying to calm himself down as he went into the kitchen and poured the rest of the soda down the sink not really wanting to drink hot soda before throwing the bottle into the garbage. Just as he threw the bottle into the garbage he received a notification on his phone. Taking it out of his pocket he noticed Alexia had texted him back. The text message read.
Lapis in Aeternum
There is only one truth in the universe and that is that man is doomed to die from the moment he takes his first breath. The march of time never slows down for anyone, it's prison enveloping all souls who come to the isolated island in space known as Earth, each person and creature doomed to the cycles of joys and suffering they had experienced before in a never-ending cycle that would last all eternity. As the stars lined themselves up in a dance of cosmic proportions a heavenly figure came forth from the shadows sending down a rain of crystals upon the blue orb's surface to help perhaps a few escape this physical reality prison. The heavenly figure had an owl-like appearance as well as a regal aura about him. He wore a golden bejeweled crown symbolizing his power and status as a prince. His white feathers rustled only ever so slightly. He peered down with piercing onyx eyes and then left having good faith that the crystals would find their way to the right owners.
Crimson's Review of 'Sonic the Hedgehog 3' Plugged into 'Sonic and Knuckles'
A lot of Sega Genesis owners think this is a great and fantastic game that has several hours of play time, and well... they're right! There are definitely some pros and cons to this game, so let's go ahead and dive right in, shall we? I'll add a few tips and pointers to make your gameplay easier if you've somehow never managed to play this before. If you have the Sonic and Knuckles cartridge, you'll notice there's a lid to another place to insert a cartridge. That's because you can insert Sonic 1, 2, and 3 and get a variety of more game play from simply combining two cartridges. When you insert Sonic the Hedgehog 3 into the slot, you essentially get the two games combined into one long and interconnected gameplay. There are four ways to play this game. This game has tons of obstacles, and if you’re planning to get through it all, you’ll need hours of playtime.
Crimson's 'Fallout New Vegas' Review
This game definitely has its own brand of charm going for it. Being a Fallout game, it's definitely got the survival and post-apocalyptic feel down, but it also has a wild west element to it that adds a whole new element of fun. In the wild west, the fittest survived and the weak often didn't last long. The selection of music played by the ever charming Mr. New Vegas isn't too bad either. There are, of course, several interesting characters and scenarios that increase the amount of entertainment you can get from just one game. Played in canon your character is out for revenge and wants to get back at a character named Benny for shooting your character in the head and burying you in a shallow grave. Benny's an asshole and tries to pretend to be a good person but he's really an asshole and I fully enjoy killing his stupid ass. There are several ways revenge can be had with this character, but my favorite involves playing as a female character with the Black Widow perk. If you play this way you have the option to find Benny in his casino, seduce him into jumping in the sack with you for a good shag and then you can kill him in his sleep and take all his stuff.
Crimson's 'Fallout Shelter' Review
Most mobile games are just a grind fest of mindless gathering of resources and this game isn't really that much of an exception. Figuring out the strategy to keep the vault running is pretty fun, but once you do you may end up getting bored of it. If you want a more successful vault you don't want to really play it all the time, but rather come back to it once it a while to touch it up. You also need to balance the growth of the vault by how many resources you have available. If you have too many dwellers, you may find them going hungry and dying of radiation poisoning. If you have too many rooms you might find you don't have enough man power to run them all sufficiently. You go on missions and gather resources. It's a mobile game so yes, more mind numbing resource gathering. The survival mode adds a bit more challenge, but the game mechanics stay the same. It's good for a mobile game and I'd recommend it for anyone who likes the Fallout franchise and mobile gaming. Personally not my favorite of the franchise, but it is free, so giving it a try won't hurt your wallet.