Cake for my daughter’s 11th birthday who loves Animal Crossing. 100% edible. Here are the screenshots used of my daughters island to build the cake: And here is the final cake:Read More Animal Crossing … Cake!
Inspired by both Japanese mythology and the Nioh version. Though in nioh its more of an ooze I went with an incorporeal undead type. “A Yokai which emerged from thrown away needles“ The Harinobo is a Yokai formed by worn-out needles and broken blades. People in Japan believed that objects used for long periods of […]Read More Harinobo
After finishing Nioh recently I was surprised that the Japanese essentially have a Tiamat of their own. I couldn’t miss the opportunity to convert my Tiamat into Yamata-no-Orochi. Yamata-No-Orochi is the legendary japanese mystical creature, it’s said to have eight heads and eight tails, the name Orochi is a reference to the ancient reading in Kanji which […]Read More Yamata-No-Orochi
Departing from D&D momentarily over to Xenoblade Chronicles X a WIIU game that has consumed hundreds of hours of my free time since the it was released. Xenoblades reminds me so much of a D&D hex crawl it isn’t funny. This game has elegant design in spades. I can’t recommend it enough. But the reason for […]Read More The Paladin Skell Build