Best of the Beastiary, D&D

Devils Part Five: Kyton, the Chain Devil (Best of the Bestiary)

We're starting to climb up the ranks of the Nine Hells! Starting with the first truly deadly denizen: the Chain Devil. AKA: the Kyton. Chain Devils are the jailers of the Nine Hells, serving as the ultimate torturer. They're often called upon by the higher-ups to torment mortal souls with horrendous fury. And... that's it.… Continue reading Devils Part Five: Kyton, the Chain Devil (Best of the Bestiary)

Anime, My Hero Academia, My Review Academia

My Review Academia S4 E24: The Top Ten

We're nearing the end of season four. It's certainly had its highs, but it's definitely been a rough one. Luckily, it seems that it's going to leave off on a banger! As November nears its end, things begin to change drastically. Eri is officially freed from the hospital and taken to live at UA. Around… Continue reading My Review Academia S4 E24: The Top Ten

Game Night, Review, Video Games

Uncharted Drake’s Fortune: The First Step is Rarely the Best

Time for another unpopular video game opinion! Naughty Dog is a pretty well-respected game developer. Every single one of their games has enjoyed critical acclaim from just about everyone! Everyone, that is, except for me. Sure, I love Jak and Daxter! That was the first game I had ever played! But that's about it. I… Continue reading Uncharted Drake’s Fortune: The First Step is Rarely the Best

Character Analysis, The Mind of a Character

Tobio Kageyama: The King of the Court (The Mind of a Character)

Yes, I have been binging Haikyu!! in large, unhealthy doses. And now I'm all caught up. Which has left this great pit of emptiness inside me. So now I need to write this or I might lose my mind. Haikyu!! doesn't have a cast of exceptionally deep, interesting characters. They're all fun, likable, and sympathetic,… Continue reading Tobio Kageyama: The King of the Court (The Mind of a Character)

Books, How's This Book?, Review

Starsight: The Complexity of Space Wars

Don't worry. After this, I won't be talking about any Sanderson books for a few months. At least not until 'The Rhythm of War' comes out later this year. While I did have my criticisms, I ultimately did enjoy Skyward. It was an enjoyable bit of sci-fi with some strong characters and world-building. So, going… Continue reading Starsight: The Complexity of Space Wars