Hey all, welcome to my CN blog, courtesy of the all-powerful admingod, glorious provider of tech and infra, who we solemnly thank for our daily tax collections. Amen.
Other than that, I'm going to try and use this as a (daily) reflection on the Sanction Race, almost like the commentary, adding a few predictions here and there, as well as some thoroughly random thoughts about what's going on with CN or IRC.
Hope you all enjoy (and that I remember to stick with this).
I guess since we have a blog feature now I might as well use it. A year or so ago I did more of a personal blog on Blogger but the thought of linking tens of thousands of CN players to it terrified me and so that didn't really work out. Maybe I'll use this as sort of a game developers blog instead. I think this will be fun.
So after a hard day of blasting many meatbags, for my enjoyment, I come home to notice my master has enabled blogging. Well being an assassin droid I've never really blogged before but when my master asks me to I might as well give it a shot. Besides an assassin droid could probably have a very interesting blog.
So we'll see what happens.
It is interesting when you think about it, LUE has never been able to win a planned war. Go back to the First Great War. Following a LUEicide it looked pretty grim for LUE. Various alliances were moving to cancel treaties with LUE and it looked like LUE would be left pretty much isolated diplomatically and then crushed by the NPO. Luckily for LUE, Tygaland lost his head and declared war prior to treaties expiring, thus ensuring some of LUE’s MDPs still kicked in and the defeat of the Orders.
No, this isn't about CN going the way of the dodo. I've decided to write entries for the books I read as I finish them and I just completed Alastair Reynolds' latest book. Spoilers may sometimes ensue but I'll attempt to avoid anything big or especially plot relevant and mark the more egregious examples. Now on to the book.
For those who don't know don't know, Alastair Reynolds is an incredible author of space opera trending hard towards, well, hard science fiction. I highly recommend his Revel