If you look at busts of the Ceasars, and you probably should, you’ll notice a long line of clean-shaven men. And then you have Hadrian rocking a rather hipster beard. Seriously, pause this, and take a look at Hadrian. Now imagine him with thick rimmed glasses and a cardigan. Hadrian was way more hipster than you, and he was killing it back in the day. —Jamie Jeffers, The British History Podcast
So, there comes a point in the life of every adventuring party wherein the DM realizes that perhaps the difficulty under which the players have been laboring has not, as the case may be, been particularly difficult enough. Similarly, there comes a point in the life of every dungeon crawl wherein the DM must ask themselves “Wouldn’t these legions of goblins team up to fight the party all at once instead of being strung out room by room?” What follows is the tragic intersection of these two questions.
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So, at the beginning of July, two events happened: I watched a ton of Rutskarn’s pretty hilarious LP of Hitman: Blood Money, and Steam decided to sell all three games for somewhat less than I make on any given can return. I picked up all three games, and I’m going to blather a bit about the first one, Hitman: Codename 47, for a bit, complete with amusing screenshots, such as the one above.
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