|Not a Dragon, exactly, but you might call him a...Wyrm?|
Welcome to October, the Spookiest of Months!
No, I have no plans to dress up and party hearty on Halloween. But that may change between now and then. I don't place a lot of stock in Holidays. Call me Scrooge or Grinch if you like. I think I just haven't developed traditions of my own as an adult. Also I've never been all that into costumes. But I'm not completely without seasonal cheer. I may just carve some pumpkins, which is always fun.
Because it's October, I think I’ll dust off that Lovecraft Collection Jaconian picked up for me a couple years ago. Have you ever read Lovecraft? If you have any interest in American Gothic Horror, you pretty much have to read Lovecraft. He’s like the awesome sequel to Edgar Allen Poe. Seriously, he's like the Terminator 2 of American Horror. Between Poe and Lovecraft, pretty much every Classic Element of American Gothic Horror is brought to life. Seriously, he’s that good. You’ll find it familiar. It will comfort and terrify you. At least that’s what it does for me.
I would also like to indulge in some horror games. At least try, if not beat Amnesia: The Dark Decent. Others I can revisit, such as Six Days a Sacrifice and Lone Survivor. On the other hand, it also looks like this October is Dragon Month, given our two Dragon Themed posts so far in October, with more planned for the near future. I've also got a Dragon Themed Magic deck in the works.. This previous month I have been playing Magic: The Gathering – buying lots of packs, building decks, sorting cards. This marks one of many returns I've made to this game. It seems like about every five years now.
I’ve got a new job, with lots of down time, which has led me to write more posts. Of course, I'm always nervous composing this stuff at work. .... shiver! There's a horror game for you, sit at a desk for eight hours, but you never know when boss man will suddenly appear and catch you surfing the web! Ahhh!