Tag: morality

The Witcher: Morality

Witcher 3 spoilers ahead! I’ve learned a lot the past couple days about morality through the Witcher 3. I mean, I had before, but I looked some things up on Reddit, and it taught me even more. There were three crones in a swamp. They… Continue Reading “The Witcher: Morality”

Morality of War

Charles spat, sitting on the rock in the middle of the battlefield. The fight was finished, they won or so people said, and Charles was just too tired to tend to the corpses and soon to be corpses. The youths could do that, along… Continue Reading “Morality of War”

Everything I learned, I learned from Dragon Age

I talk a lot about GRRM. The guy was even around before Dragon Age, but I have to admit I didn’t start reading him until about a year ago. Since that time I’ve learned an unspeakable amount from him, don’t get me wrong, but most… Continue Reading “Everything I learned, I learned from Dragon Age”

Why We Write About Zombies

I was playing The Walking Dead when I had an epiphany. I suddenly realized why we have the zombie genre. This should have been obvious in the show of the same name. It isn’t obvious in many end of the world movies, games, or books.… Continue Reading “Why We Write About Zombies”