Thursday, October 7, 2010

Read the first letter of every line... And, no, you didn't lose the game.

Clearly, some of you are actually reading my posts, so I'll elaborate more. Much
like other pen & paper RPGs, you can use miniatures with D&D. Personally,
I prefer using terrain and miniatures to help represent the environment, especially for
combat. As for the novel, some further discussion of mimesis is necessary. (Don't
kill me for the boring nature of my post, please, folks.)
So, mimesis is the theoretical perception of art as an imitation of a topic, as well as the
process of that actual imitation or representation. It's relevance to eroticism in
Longus is that the author seems to indicate that he believes sex to be the representation
of love in a physical medium. Also, um...
xylophone.

23 comments:

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  2. im not sure i follow or do i? lol

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  3. ??? I read all that but what???

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  4. I agree with all...especially the last part.

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  5. well it is what we are here for

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  6. never actually played d&d..maybe i'll have to try it out.

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  7. Went through it again lol. Done as always!

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  8. Couldn't find the hidden message...

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  9. nice, I can't wait to see what you have to say in your next post

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  10. ah, you use the miniatures to elaborate the game. nice idea.

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  11. nice work here... btw, I have Hayden Panetierre bubbled on Enhanced by MS Paint :P

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  12. Thanks for the comments on my last blog post!

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  13. i c wut u did ther, and of course. :)

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