The Gassy Gnoll: Gamer Mind as Strange Cesspool of Correlation

It should come as no surprise to anybody that my mind is crowded with tidbits (some useful, most not) from all the parts of my life. Movie quotes compete with song snippets, which fight for dominance with the useless trivia department, strange analyses nobody needs, and the ever present random firing neuron. There are days . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Gamer Mind as Strange Cesspool of Correlation

The Year in Review (2013)

Wow. What a year. The old curse “May you live in interesting times” proves itself again and again… Somehow I suspect ALL times are interesting when you live through them. ๐Ÿ™‚

Though Game Knight Reviews slimmed down a bit this year as I focused on my own game publishing efforts with Moebius Adventures, the site . . . → Read More: The Year in Review (2013)

The Gassy Gnoll: A Cult Above

Recently I was chatting with a friend of mine (hey Mike!) and the topic of cults came up. Yes, we have strange conversations. But it made me wonder about them in gaming terms. Should I be using them more often? How are they used well? And how should they be used?

What is a cult? . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: A Cult Above

The Gassy Gnoll: Word by Word (Writer’s Block)

Word by word. As a writer, that’s the only way to make progress. It’s like putting one foot in front of the other to get to your destination. Every word you commit to paper helps you get that much further along the path to sharing your inner journey with the outside world. Without that commitment… . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Word by Word (Writer’s Block)

The Gassy Gnoll: Being Interviewed on a Podcast – Three Tips

The Gassy Gnoll had a unique opportunity this week to appear on his very first podcast ever. For someone who only likes to talk about himself in the third person (as The Gassy Gnoll), it’s a bit of an uncomfortable situation to find yourself in. Even so, his hairiness was excited and scared by the . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Being Interviewed on a Podcast – Three Tips

The Gassy Gnoll: Too Many Santas (A Growing Glut of Gaming Kickstarters)

The Gassy Gnoll has recently discovered a disturbing trend. His piles are growing. And yes, some things I’ve purchased or received from publishers seeking reviews, but the biggest pile seems to be of the products showing up from Kickstarters. Some of these items have been months in the making. Others seem to show up as . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Too Many Santas (A Growing Glut of Gaming Kickstarters)

Site Work in Progress

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Ok folks… You might have noticed some weirdness over the last few hours, if not the last day or so. I upgraded my self-hosted WordPress installation to 3.6.1 and things started going weird. I discovered this morning that I was no longer able to add new posts, which got my dander up.

And of course, . . . → Read More: Site Work in Progress

The Gassy Gnoll: Happy Trails (Horsemanship Skills)

The Gassy Gnoll may be a seasoned adventurer, but his alter ego, Fitz, is more of a traditional scholar. He has little practical knowledge, a good amount of book-smarts, and the dexterity of a dead buffalo suffering from rigormortis. So when Fitz’s wife proposed going horseback riding in the mountains, he outwardly said “sure honey, . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Happy Trails (Horsemanship Skills)

The Gassy Gnoll – The Nature of Nature

Peace and quiet. It’s something this Gassy Gnoll doesn’t get much of these days. It might be that his family is running a million miles an hour in different directions. It might be that he himself his spread a wee bit thin on a few fronts. But either way it’s a rare occurrence.

Of late, . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll – The Nature of Nature

News Collections Are Still Alive

It’s been several months since I last posted a news roundup and I apologize about that. Time has been at a minimum for a while as family and “real job” aspects of my life have ramped up, plus I’ve decided to focus a few more cycles on my Moebius Adventures publishing efforts.

That said, I’m . . . → Read More: News Collections Are Still Alive

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