The path of runeweavers and arcanists is one of curiosity, exploration, and hidden knowledge. All serious students of these unknown arts delight in uncovering the secrets of the otherworld. In the spirit of ravenous knowledge-seekers like Serenity Walker, I'm proud to offer 13 lovely little Easter eggs, for any fan of the series to enjoy! Serenity is arachnophobic. She hates and is terrified of scorpions. Though set in the fictional world of Geiral, the series is meant to clo
There’s always something so ruggedly satisfying about stories of the Wild West. Tombstone, Riders of the Purple Sage, Lonesome Dove, True Grit, just about anything by Louis L’amour (hot damn, that man wrote a lot). The Western genre has enjoyed something of a resurgence in the last decade or so, with the popularity of books like Stephen King’s Dark Tower series, televisions shows like Deadwood and Firefly, and movies like Appaloosa, 3:10 to Yuma, and Cowboys & Aliens. There’s
There are good vampires, and there are bad vampires. And we can disagree day in and day out over which vampires fall under which category, but today, I'm going to share with you my personal top 10 favorites. I chose some of these vamps because of their power or presence...some I chose because I find them incredibly hot. Feel free to agree or disagree with any vamp on this list. Fill up the comments with your discussion! If there's a vamp here you've never heard of... look the
Confession time: I think vampires should always be a little bit bad. Better yet, a lot bad. I came to love vampire stories during the age of Gary Oldman as Dracula, Keifer Sutherland leading The Lost Boys, and Tom Cruise preying on innocent throats in Interview with a Vampire. Vampires were villains. They were beautiful, romantic, immortal, and utterly lost in wash of darkness and evil. That's why loving them was so dangerous. And, why it was so exciting.
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