Blade Runner, a classic that I did not bother to watch until a sequel was on the horizon. The movie itself is set into a grim state of the planet Earth. Humans invented replicants, a form of AI set into humanoids just like humans in order for them to perform slave work for mankind. These… Continue reading Blade Runner (1982) – Certainly a classic.
The Summer had been especially hot this year in Nagasaki. With the news of raids in nearby coastal villages, the Lord of the powerful city had retained a part of the Japanese fleet in his port. He feared an impending attack from the pirates and since supplies were low within the city, he could not… Continue reading Kasumi – Orient In Turmoil
Alright guys! YouTube Recap is here, and here’s everything I’ve been doing in the Chaotic Order channel as of late! The Warrior Campaign is ready but I mixed up the two last videos so I need to render them both and upload them once more. The videos contain all of the Warrior campaign, but also the… Continue reading YouTube Recap – 9th of October, 2017
Hi there guys! So after a tribulated summer, here we are again, looking at the projects derived from my imagination crashing against what I should do for a living. Well, while I still determine what I should be doing for a living, here’s what I will do with my side projects. I’ll search for a… Continue reading Situation Point – 4th of October, 2017
The movie begins with a linear form. A birthday party had come to an end and the socially awkward girl had no one else to pick her up, so the birthday girl’s dad offered to leave her daughter’s friend at home. Alongside with the birthday girl’s best friend, they entered the car while the father… Continue reading Split – An Interesting Take On Multiple Personalities
In the forest surrounding Hearthglen, Tirion Fordring, a high-ranking Paladin and Lord of the same city, derailed from his normal hunting paths and found himself a ruin of a guard tower. Now that the war was over and the orkish Horde was imprisoned in several camps, Tirion was astonished to see tracks indicating a presence… Continue reading Warcraft – Of Blood and Honor: Book Review
Written by Christie Golden, Lord of the Clans carefully weaves the origins of Thrall during the Second War and how the poor orcish infant lost his parents and was consequently found by a madman with violent tendencies, huge ambitions and a profound desire of everything liquid that contained alcohol. After losing his parents to Gul’dan’s… Continue reading Warcraft: Lord of the Clans – Book Review
Last year by around these days, if someone had told me that I’d have bonded with other Lifeguards and Marines next year, I’d probably tell them to fuck off and leave me alone. And that would be polite by my part with all things considered. Today, a day after the season had ended, I can… Continue reading A Lifeguard’s Saga – Ep.17 – It Was One Hell Of A Summer!
The book begins post second war, the dark portal is closed and the remnants of the Horde are either held in captivity spread around several enclaves or have gone into hiding, fighting a desperate battle towards the inevitable end against the combined might of the Alliance. Khaz Modan however, still remained as Orc territory. Mainly… Continue reading Warcraft: Day of the Dragon – Book Review
Video at the end of the post! Today something totally random and unexpected happened at the beaches in Vila do Conde. A bull somehow got loose from the rural fair currently taking place in the gardens near the town center, and again, somehow managed to come as far as the beach, more than two hundred… Continue reading A Lifeguard’s Saga – Ep.16 – Cows on the loose