Recently, I saw a screenshot from the new Manaan content in the SWTOR patch coming up (thanks to Baffle on Twitter). Now, chemist that I am, I noticed some interesting items. Namely, that the Aurabesh letters for N, O, and CH3 are present all over the pla
long time lurker, first time poster. The basics are this: Inspired by this blog post, I'm attempting to create a bookmarklet for our QA team to quickly populate a form. The bookmarklet works perfectly on my machine (TM) in Chrome, IE 10, and IE 9 compatib
Gaedyn observed the skirmish from a cliff-top as it unfolded in the distance. The small Republic squad had been taken entirely by surprise, and had suffered severe casualties as a result. They responded to the assault with practiced precision, but Gaedyn
Lilandra sat completely still on an old chair she used solely for meditating, and extended her senses across a large portion of the planet. It was no trivial feat to reach out and listen to so many individuals simultaneously, but she had always been extre
Sergeant Couryn Greymark stared at the cybernetic implants covering Jon-ah's eyes. He wanted desperately to trust the man in front of him; he had a bad feeling that before this sortie was over, he would need all the help he could get. But he could not get
There was a sale on GOG a good while ago on all the old Forgotten Realms games. I purchases a good chunk of 'em, since I'd never played them and have heard so many good things about them. I'm finally getting around to trying them out now, starting with Baldur's Gate. And wow, do you die a lot in that game, or what?!
Since the majority of the games I play are some sort of RPG, I found this particularly interesting to watch. It also helps me understand why playing TOR, for instance, doesn't scratch my Final Fantasy itch.