Ask Me About My Weird God
We played a bit of Battle Chasers: Nightwar back when it hit on Big Machines, got to the point where we realized that we felt very good about what they were doing, found some bugs and then waited for the Switch version which just came out.
Like I said when it came out, Battle Chasers was a book he could reliably get me to real when we were living together. It kinda came out when it came out, but I was playing a lot of D&D back then and seeing some of those classic ideas through that lens was fascinating. Of course, as we suggest in the strip, Gabriel’s worship of Joe Mad is an ancient religion as men reckon time. I have my own gods, also, even if they are not drawn from any of the recognized pantheons. And I don’t fucks with heresy.
We have something very cool hitting the store today. A couple things, technically. Writing it let me turn the worst months of my life into the thing I might be most proud of, which is an almost inconceivably positive result given the depths that precipitated it.
This is why you must always have a trick up your sleeve, some expression of yourself you have ground to an edge. You must be prepared to, at the very least, impersonate a holy vessel. You never know when you will be required to perform alchemy.