Jul 172012
 

I am, quite likely, back. And to my surprise, there are still people visiting. Lots of people. Let us all give three cheers for the Steam summer sale, for getting a great game into the hands of even more prospective counts, barons, dukes, duchesses, kings, queens, and emperors.

Hip Hip     Hooray!

Ok, one cheer will suffice..

So I am looking around at all this rubbish i have written, and it appears i am well behind the times. I have bought me some DLC, so i should be able to add the Sword of Islam’s many different and (I’m sure) complicated systems (Decadence anyone?) here sometime soon. Sicily must be taken from that cur, Roger of Reggio, and the rest of the d’Hauteville dogs shall soon be without a bone to gnaw on, or something along those lines.

Beyond Sword of Islam, i am pretty sure that there have been other changes leaving specifics on these pages out of date, for which i apologize.

And while i am apologizing, forgive me, dearest reader, for whence i bought Diablo 3, i knew not what i was doing. I remember old Blizzard, and playing the hell out of Warcraft 2, and staying up all night so i could get into the Diablo beta test, and years of sort of enjoying WoW a little bit. And many of the friends that i played those games with were friends that i would get to spend time with in Diablo 3.

Unfortunately, Diablo 3 is a free to play game that costs you $60. The advent of gold selling on the real money auction house meant that all was now a real money auction house, so the pay to win is complete. So i return, beg your forgiveness. But i never really left. My barbarian’s name was dHauteville.

Annoy your friends and family!

  One Response to “Return of the King”

  1. Great news!

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