The Internet Vagabond

Oblivion on Linux, with Mods! Part 1 - Tools

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is one of my favorite games of all time. The vanilla game holds up, but mods take the game to an entirely new level. Getting it working on Linux requires a bit of configuration, bit is surprisingly accessible! This is part 1 of my journey.

Character Write-up: Dabbledop Humblebumple

The backstory of a Gnome cleric/wizard I played for a single session!

Pathfinder Characters: Eldritch Knight

The Eldritch Knight represents my favorite archetype of a fantasy character: sword and sorcery. Here's how I build mine.

Pathfinder Characters: Let's Make a Druid

One of my favorite activities is creating characters. I love theory crafting, pouring through source material, and setting limits. While I've made many, many characters, one class I haven't touched is druid.

Brief Exploration of Syncthing

Syncthing is an incredible tool. In this post, I want to explore setting it up, and then some uses I've found for it.
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