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  • Chronicle of the Gatekeepers: In His Bad Books This installment of the chronicle of the gatekeepers campaign serial clocks in at 12 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page SRD, 1 page back cover, 1/2 page advertisement, leaving us with 7.5 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   This being an adventure-review, the following contains SPOILERS. Potential players should jump to the conclusion. … .. . All right, only GMs around? Great! Just because you’re a creepy, poisonous scorpion-person doesn’t mean you don’t have feelings, right? Large-Biter, the sassori-contact of the PCs as they investigate the incursion of the Vesparans into NeoExodus, has a past – and this time around, it’s a delicate matter. You […]

    Chronicle of the Gatekeepers: In His Bad Books

    Chronicle of the Gatekeepers: In His Bad Books This installment of the chronicle of the gatekeepers campaign serial clocks in at 12 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page SRD, 1 page back cover, 1/2 page advertisement, leaving us with 7.5 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   This being an adventure-review, the following contains SPOILERS. Potential players should jump to the conclusion. … .. . All right, only GMs around? Great! Just because you’re a creepy, poisonous scorpion-person doesn’t mean you don’t have feelings, right? Large-Biter, the sassori-contact of the PCs as they investigate the incursion of the Vesparans into NeoExodus, has a past – and this time around, it’s a delicate matter. You […]

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  • I keep a stack of books and magazines on the nightstand next to my bed.  I intend to finish them all but invariably end up skimming some, crawling through others, and finishing only the best. I decided that it was time I share my reading list with all of you.  If you’re interested in the same things I am (RPGs, fantasy, sci-fi, tech, politics, history, etc.) then I think most of my recommendations won’t fall on deaf ears.  If you love to read, you’ve come to the right place! Let’s start with my absolute favorite this month, a book that was meant to be only a reference or brief read but is turning into something much more than that. The […]

    My Reading List

    I keep a stack of books and magazines on the nightstand next to my bed.  I intend to finish them all but invariably end up skimming some, crawling through others, and finishing only the best. I decided that it was time I share my reading list with all of you.  If you’re interested in the same things I am (RPGs, fantasy, sci-fi, tech, politics, history, etc.) then I think most of my recommendations won’t fall on deaf ears.  If you love to read, you’ve come to the right place! Let’s start with my absolute favorite this month, a book that was meant to be only a reference or brief read but is turning into something much more than that. The […]

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  • Amazon recently released a list of the most well-read cities in America.  Did your city make the list? Cambridge, Massachusetts tops the list which includes three cities in Florida and two local to NERD TREK- Bellevue and Seattle, WA.  Amazon based their numbers on the sale of both print and kindle books, magazines, and newspapers purchased per capita since January 2011. In taking a closer look at the data, Amazon.com also found that: Not only do they like to read, but they like to know the facts: Cambridge, Mass.–home to the prestigious Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology–also topped the list of cities that ordered the most nonfiction books. Boulder, Colo., lives up to its reputation as a healthy […]

    Top 20 Most Well-Read Cities in America

    Amazon recently released a list of the most well-read cities in America.  Did your city make the list? Cambridge, Massachusetts tops the list which includes three cities in Florida and two local to NERD TREK- Bellevue and Seattle, WA.  Amazon based their numbers on the sale of both print and kindle books, magazines, and newspapers purchased per capita since January 2011. In taking a closer look at the data, Amazon.com also found that: Not only do they like to read, but they like to know the facts: Cambridge, Mass.–home to the prestigious Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology–also topped the list of cities that ordered the most nonfiction books. Boulder, Colo., lives up to its reputation as a healthy […]

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