Bi-Weekly Book Club: The Last Wish (Part One)

This is an idea I’ve had since I first started writing for 101 Militia, but it never made the cut on any previous weeks because I want this to be really interactive, and the stats just weren’t there for it. In the past few weeks, though, our readership has really been climbing! And I’m hoping… Continue reading Bi-Weekly Book Club: The Last Wish (Part One)


By Crom!

Welcome back, gang, and I hope you’re all ready for another installment of our animated shows you’ve probably never seen but should series, and I’ve got a really good one instore for you this week. For this time around I thought we’d move away from the action/adventure and scifi scenes and take a look at… Continue reading By Crom!


27 Questions (and Comments): An Artemis Fowl Review

Artemis Fowl. This evil little twelve year old was my childhood. It was the first fandom I was ever in. It was the first fanfiction I ever read and, yes, wrote. I learned the fairy language so I could decipher the lines along edges of the pages of the first book. I wrote in the… Continue reading 27 Questions (and Comments): An Artemis Fowl Review

Review, Video Games

Let’s Talk: Oceanhorn

Being stuck inside for however many days I’ve been inside (I lost count somewhere around April) I’ve been digging into some more childhood games. As a young kid I couldn’t get over my obsession with Legend of Zelda, it’s my all time favorite franchise and I’ve played each game to death, all except for the… Continue reading Let’s Talk: Oceanhorn

Fantasy, Science Fiction

LitRPG’s Your new Obsession!

First let me apologize to my fans, I didn’t have an article last weekend because Jericoh101 welcomed a new addition to to the family, so congratulations are in order. In the midst of chaos it slipped my mind so I apologize. But we get to start this weekend with one of my favorite book genres.… Continue reading LitRPG’s Your new Obsession!

Video Games

Journeying Out-A Simple Guide to Surviving in the Wild

Recently Jericoh101 and I picked up a survival RPG by the name of Outward. 1 hour into the game I was hit with the realization that MY BUSHCRAFT was horrid. As a kid that grew up in the country I’ve always known how to survive in the wild, but a simple game like Outward really… Continue reading Journeying Out-A Simple Guide to Surviving in the Wild

Dungeons and Dragons

Magic, An Old Recipe With A New Flavor.

Last time we got together I went into some of the various demihuman races that are offered in D&D for players to choose from, and also how I always tend to lean towards playing humans no matter how I might try otherwise. Well one thing led to another and I got going on all of… Continue reading Magic, An Old Recipe With A New Flavor.

Cosplay, Fantasy

Making Butterbeer: An Exercise in Hubris

This week I’m going to be attempting to make a Harry Potter staple: Butterbeer! “But which recipe are you going to use, Sam?” I hear you ask through the screen. To which I reply: What is a recipe? I don’t need a recipe! Recipes are a myth! (In all honesty, I tried to look up… Continue reading Making Butterbeer: An Exercise in Hubris

Dungeons and Dragons, Table Top Gaming

No More Than Human

Browsing through a much-neglected shelf a couple of weeks ago I came across an old D&D supplement, a collection of articles from TSR’s much beloved Dragon Magazine from way back in the day. Not remembering actually buying this little trove my curiosity got the better of me, so I naturally started thumbing through the pages… Continue reading No More Than Human

Table Top Gaming

Unlimited, But Oddly Limiting

Hello again, everybody. So, being trapped at home for the last couple weeks I once again found myself picking through my books, which seems to be a running theme for me if you can remember a few of my earlier articles. Going through my shelves, I couldn’t help but stop on the one that houses… Continue reading Unlimited, But Oddly Limiting