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Magicians don't curse people often enough anymore.

Now now, I know that's a controversial and possibly alarming opinion, but bear with me.

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  • ursula
    ursula says #
    Very well said and well written. I love the perspective as a whole and especially the analogy of Ereshkigal's hook.... this whole

Posted by on in Studies Blogs

So I'm curious- how many of you are tabletop gamers?  You know, pen-and-paper RPGs, dice, maybe some figurines or what-have-you?

Because I'm a HUGE gamer.  As in four times a week, in some cases.  If you haven't realized that from my blog, then I'm telling you now.

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  • Taylor Ellwood
    Taylor Ellwood says #
    A Book you might find interesting is What video Games have to teach us about Learning and Literacy by Paul Gee. I know you aren't
  • S. Rune Emerson
    S. Rune Emerson says #
    Ooh, I haven't! I liked Real Magic, but I didn't get into Authentic Thaumaturgy- where can I find it? And I completely agree abo
  • Taylor Ellwood
    Taylor Ellwood says #
    http://www.amazon.com/Authentic-Thaumaturgy-Isaac-Bonewits/dp/1556343604/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1377804273&sr=8-1&keywords=authent
  • Brand Lokason
    Brand Lokason says #
    I didn't have the cash to pick up the annotated Legends when it was released, and kept forgetting to get around to it, which might
  • Taylor Ellwood
    Taylor Ellwood says #
    Raistlin has always been an archetypal character for me, for similar reasons in terms of childhood experiences. It's fair to say t

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