Bonjour, my brilliant boarders of Dragonmount! Welcome back to another weekly installment of "It Works In Theory", Dragonmount's newish theory blog which just so happens to be entrusted to my hands. I apologize for the extended delay between new entries; as many of you are aware of, Dragon*Con was held this past weekend in Atlanta, Georgia, and I ended up getting the privilege to go this year for the first time. In short, it was simply a blast, and particularly exquisite because my birthday even
Salutations, my savvy sojourners of Dragonmount! Welcome to another weekly installment of "It works in Theory", the new theory blog this gentleman has the giddy pleasure to take part in. I hope everyone's had fun so far in picking my brain apart, I know I've had plenty of fun (not as much sleep however). I have enjoyed your comments so much in fact, that I was inspired with what I think might be a great idea. Many of you out there who have left comments, or have posted on our forums, have very g
Willkommen, various visitors of Dragonmount! Welcome to week 3 of Dragonmount's new theory blog, which I happen to have the privilege to write. I hope everyone brought their pipe, monocle, and smoking jacket so you'll be prepared to contemplate and philosophize about what we cover today! Due to the length of today's dissertation, it wouldn't be a bad idea to get a pillow to get as comfortable as you can. Once again, before we begin, let's go ahead and get out our little disclaimer:
Greetings, perusers of Dragonmount! I am happy to welcome you to "It Works in Theory..." (tentative title), Dragonmount's new theory blog headed by yours truly. This is my first blog on this site, so I suppose a short introduction wouldn't be a bad idea. I'm 25, an avid reader, an emerging writer, and a bassist in a band that shares my Dragonmount name. I'm getting married this fall, and generally enjoying life as it unfolds. Here's a fun fact about me: my band recently recorded its first EP, an
Hello there, fellow denizens of Dragonmount! Welcome to another weekly installment of "It works in Theory...", Dragonmount's brand new theory blog headed by yours truly! Before I begin, let me say that I was thrilled to read all the comments and responses to last week's premiere entry, and I hope to continue to find little tidbits and ideas for you to bounce around in your head a little bit. Also let me put in this disclaimer for legal purposes:
WARNING!!! Spoiler Alert!!! WARNING!!!
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