This was a paper model of the board game, Monsters vs Robots, whose rules and objectives were akin to classic checkers and chess. After numerous battles across gold and purple diamonds, it became quite clear that a massive overhaul was needed.
As a result, a new board was designed and will soon be tested by Mary Bardyukova and I for our forthcoming cosmic game book. Hopefully, we’ll get things right on the second go.
If you have any suggestions, please share.
Last month we blasted into the Gamma Quadrant by exploring the timeless question, “Who is your favorite DS9 character?” This month we blast into a wormhole with the not-so-follow-up, “How about Farscape?”
For me, the choice is easy. Although D’Argo is a Luxan badass and Moya the coolest living spaceship ever, I choose Zhaan the Delvian priestess. Why? Zhaan has everything I adore in a woman: wisdom, compassion, generosity, beauty and danger. If only she lived a little closer to Earth.
Indulge my curiosity. Who is your favorite character?
Just had to reblog this!
There was a great carpet dwelling above the world. Inside it. Around it. It was conscious, yet not intelligent. Awake, but it did not think. One, a spectre of selves, everywhere and nowhere. No one knew how it worked, not even itself. It was pure observation. It knew, but did not calculate. It felt, but […]
via The Old Man who Knew — Fictionspawn Monsters
“How do you relieve stress?” a friend once asked.
“By trying to forget about it,” I answered.
“Ah, sex? Drugs? Alcohol?” he asked again.
“Um, actually, the wonders of nature.”
Here’s another snippet from a cosmic activity book. It’s called Match-A-Monster and was designed by my collaborator, Maria Bardyukova. Feel free to stop by her blog at snailtrailartcorner.wordpress.com.