Basically, Gods of Egypt has two speeds: Generic and Forgettable, and Actually Kinda Cool.
Now that it's getting a second follow-up post, I think The Forbidden Kingdom is officially the thing (not written by me) that I've written the most about.
I remember Gargoyles, but I'm amazed at how little I remember about Gargoyles.
I have a Classics MA. AD 79 Ostia is my jam — well, technically, my jam (by which I mean "thesis subject") was Judaism in Late Antique Roman society…
"Although the details of Blackboots' life are fairly well-attested, it remains unclear when he first came into possession of his famous black boots."
You know the drill by now. Here's the Instagram post for my latest pirate.
Dwarves rarely take to the sea. In doing so, Greybeard proved himself both an exceptional Dwarf and an exceptional pirate.
Here's the Instagram post version of my most recent pirate bio.
An ancestor of the current Darkstones of Porthaven, and thus an ancestor of a line long of pirates, Guillaume d’Arquestone began his pirate career as a man with a grudge.
"His numerous daring thefts have inspired generations of storytellers and other pirates. Thanks to such efforts, Newgate remains one of the most enduringly popular pirates in the history of Realmgard, even nearly two hundred years after his death."