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I recently translated two of my Christmas cookie recipes into English and decided to post them here as well in case somebody else wants to give them a try. The Spekulatius ones are always popular and usually gone too fast. The chocolately-chocolate ones are great if you’re into dark chocolate as there’s lots of it in them. In case you’re not interested in baking at all: I’ll return to write about gaming with the next blog entry. Don’t worry, the focus of this blog still won’t change. ;) First, a note on the amounts I list below: Teaspoon and tablespoon refer to the amount fitting into the spoons I have in my kitchen drawer, not the measurement utensils that you can buy for baking. I don’t own these. The “g” refers to “grammes”. You can find lots of conversion websites online. Gewürzspekulatius cookies* Ingredients The butter should be soft, but not liquid. Stir butter and sugar until creamy. Then add the flour and … [Read more...] about Christmas baking: Spekulatius and chocolaty chocolate cookies
The epic saga of Epic Games’s legal battles over Fortnite dance emotes continues as the mother of the player popularly known as Orange Shirt Kid has filed a suit against the studio seeking to have the Orange Justice dance removed from the game. This case is a bit unusual, however, compared to the lawsuits brought forward by rapper 2 Milly and actor Alfonso Ribeiro, as the Orange Shirt Kid originally submitted the Orange Justice dance — originally called The Random — directly to Epic as part of the studio’s Boogie Down contest, which called for players to submit their dances for a chance at being added to the game. Although Orange Shirt Kid’s dance didn’t actually win the contest, it quickly gained popularity among the game’s community (and the internet at large), and a subsequent Change.org petition garnered 14,428 signatures, and the dance ultimately ended up in the game anyway. Now, however, Orange Shirt Kid’s mother, Rachel McCumbers, … [Read more...] about Orange Shirt Kid joins the legal battle over Fortnite dances as Epic reintroduces glider re-deploys
This morning I am struggling to come up with anything worth writing. Allergies are killing me and I am in sorta a histamine daze. We have a very lovely screenshot of what it looks like to be in Swamp of Sorrows… where everything is either orange or green. Were it not for my glowing eyes you would have trouble making out my facial details. This is an era in the game where objects don’t really throw off proper lighting, and as a result the campfire that I am standing beside is doing nothing to illuminate the scene. Last night I more or less finished Badlands, minus all of the quests that involve Uldaman, which we still need to run. There are some quests in zone that I could do but they were higher level than was efficient for me to grind out, and also in a super dense and dangerous area of the zone. As a result I hopped a flight to Stonard and have been whittling through the quests that I had in Swamp of Sorrows. They also are largely higher level, but the zone as a … [Read more...] about Green and Orange
Ever since I was a wee lad, my life has revolved around two primary forces: video games and books. I remember my mom’s humble book shelf when I was a kid, laden with such authors as Anne McCaffrey, Mark Twain, Jean M. Auel, and a variety of others. We even had an honest to goodness Encyclopedia Britannica. We also had an Atari 2600, then an NES, and a Genesis. My neighbor Charles had an SNES, and I’d spend a good deal of time over at his place, especially during summers. Point being, these two media sources were two of my largest influences growing up. So, when I discovered LitRPG, I found myself in something akin to heaven. The first LitRPG I read, Survival Quest (The Way of the Shaman), by Vassily Mahanenko, was about a man who found himself trapped in a Virtual Reality MMORPG. Really, it was almost something more akin to the Matrix. Mahan, the main character, was described as being in a fully self enclosed pod which took care of his physical needs, while also stimulating … [Read more...] about What is LitRPG, and Why Do I Like It?