I started ‘blogging’ long before it was even a concept, and horrible buzzword. Prompted by a few people I played Quake with to create a ‘clan’ back in 1996, I created a website. In order to have a clan posted up on the id website, you needed 5 members and a website. That was almost 20 years ago and I have written stupid shit about games and other stuff ever since. Originally this site was woodenmen.com then woodenmen.org and now the more appropriately named MRAAKTAGON. I try to get some of the old clan mates to post stuff from time to time, but it’s really not their thing.
Every once in awhile keneda will post a review of some game. These are always highly entertaining. She likes boobs so that always features predominantly in the reviews. I don’t really like writing reviews much because I either really like a game and play it to death (like Torchlight 2), or I don’t like it and stop playing it long before I would be qualified to write a review– much like every reviewer at IGN.
Littlemute is from a Jackie Chan movie called Shaolin Woodenmen.
I use this nick because I was in the hospital for about a month when I was 10 and started getting better during a showing of this film on Kung Fu theatre while laid up. I rediscovered it as an adult and I find it to me to be absolutely profound for this type of film at least.
I am an avid pnp RPG fan and find the medium to be simply amazing. I try to GM when I can and play from time to time. I started DM’ing D&D right around Moldvay IIRC (I played the first time when it was just CHITS and no dice). I was that kid going to school each day with a backpack filled with D&D books for the Roleplaying club. After D&D, did Champions, then went to Cthulhu, Paranoia, TMNT(!?) and WFRP. When older, I tried WFRP again but the system isn’t too good (even 2nd edition) so after a hiatus of a few years got into (gulp) Exalted which was great and sucked badly at the same time. Now it’s Lamentations of the Flame Princes, Numenera, Runequest 6, 5E, 13th Age and all sorts of other shit whenever we can get it together collectively all easier to remember rules for and play than Exalted was…