Greetings and salutations, Nerdarchy readers! I was watching a show on Netflix while I was deathly ill (or so it felt to me) and could not help but be inspired to write on a subject I seem to be gathering a reputation for. Namely, villains who inspire the protagonist to excel into feats of legend. You […]
What is a hero without a villain? Not much, I’d say. Oh, a character can still be the main actor of a tale, the protagonist of a story, but without that villain, the hero can’t really be heroic. Some might argue there are tales of heroes without a villain, such as survival stories in which […]
Many a Game Master spend months thinking of these grand worlds and epic wars that shape the campaign arc with which they are going to start their story. Others go back and forth between using some cataclysmic event or an ancient evil for the backdrop that affects the people and their lives. I just roll […]
“He had it comingHe had it comingHe only had himself to blameIf you’d have been thereIf you’d have seen itI betcha you wouldHave done the same!”-“Cellblock Tango” from Chicago a musical by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb and a book by Ebb and Bob Fosse.