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May/June Update


Game News and Deals


We’ve seen a lot of video game news and updates in the last few weeks, in shows that basically replaced the annual E3 conference.

The highlights for me were the EA announcements this week. The big one was Star Wars: Squadrons, which is finally bringing a new full-on pilot experience for the Star Wars game universe.

EA also announced they are bringing a lot of their titles over to Steam for the PC, instead of requiring you to have and use Origin. That’s great news, and will allow me to find and consider these titles that I normally wouldn’t even see for sale.

EA is currently offering a short-time discount for its basic plan on Origin, 99 cents for your first month. So I’ve signed up to play a bunch of EA games in the coming weeks.

Hearthstone released a new free adventure, which was fun for a few hours. Free packs and solo content are never bad.

I’ve also played a bit of Doki Doki Literature Club (free on Steam) and Bards Tale Remastered trilogy (EA Origin Basic).

I quit LotRO from burnout and inability as usual to connect with any kin. I could tell some ridiculous stories about trying to join a kin.

I still have urges to play WoW and Diablo, but it’s just a been-there, done-that situation. Maybe Wow Classic enough of a success that Blizzard could think again about a new MMO? One can hope.

So the video game life is pretty awkward right now. I’m basically doing Hearthstone dailies and ranking up every few days. Cyberpunk 2077 is now postponed from September to November 12th-ish. So we’ll have to wait a little longer for that.


Stock Market


I bought a half-position in Electronic Arts (EA) early this week. It has kept strong upward momentum, and was my top performer today in a down market. It looks short term overbought, but not so much on a 3-year chart.

I did the same sort of momentum play a month or so ago with JD.com (JD), and it’s up 20% now, even after two big 3%+ down days to consolidate. I think the same gain could be coming in EA.

In addition to Squadrons and Steam, other catalysts for EA stock include Covid making a comeback and speculation that EA could purchase Warner Brothers Interactive studios, which went up for sale last week.

Of course, the overall market is more important than any individual stock. And the U.S. stock market is in limbo. It’s too high to go higher, and there is too much investment money sitting there for dips to not be bought. So we are going to bounce.

The news stories about millions of people getting onto Robin Hood are very interesting. The new zero-fee landscape for stock trading turns investment into a gambling game, sadly.

Novice traders might not be very aware of the “spread”, however. The spread is an additional broker fee for making a stock purchase, defined by the “bid and ask” prices listed when you make a trade.

I seem to be noticing the spreads are higher nowadays than they used to be. This means that the “free” trade brokerages are still siphoning off real money on your trades.

I mean, the spread used to be pennies back in the day. I’m looking at EA now in after hours, and the spread is more like $2 per share. That is probably an after-hours price to not freak out about, but it’s something to watch when you are trading stocks. Are you actually paying $4 or $5/trade due to a sneaky spread?

I haven’t done a deep dive on it yet, but it seems reasonable, in these days when everything is a scam, that the “zero fees” are just being moved and hidden in bigger bid-ask spreads on every trade. I’d like to see real research on this, but as yet haven’t seen any.


Game Project


I’m wrapping up the Dark Game epilogue now: The Grand Peacock Fashion Faire. I started the module over 2 months ago. It’s so long and full of content at this point that I plan to adapt into the first story module of chapter 2.

So that will be a bit more work, but a better use of resources. Branching content that only half of your players can see is expensive. I don’t have that luxury.

The volunteer dungeon writer I recruited hasn’t done anything. That bum! Kidding! His prospectus is pirates now. (I hope he’ll do some disgusting and/or sexy stuff that I can put in the game, but not be responsible for authoring it. Ha! We elves are clever.)

I’ve done a lot of oil painting lately, which has diverted my attention from the game project. I have to take time to be an elf in real life. Video game elves just aren’t real enough for me anymore.

Anyway, happy Summer Solstice, and happy gaming. Thanks for reading this far. You might be the only one, so you can feel good about your accomplishment. Feel free to hop over to my main hosting site to check out my game.


March To Minas Morgul + Stock Market Commentary

gladden fields


Lord of the Rings Online


Minas Morgul went to the LotRO store a few weeks ago, and that was enough to return to LotRO. My last attempts to play LotRO ran afoul of patching failures (unable to install the MM patch), and previous to that, no idea how to get the epic questline when the Vales of Anduin released. I thought it was bugged.

Let’s just say the returning player experience caused me to uninstall months ago, and this time it was still pretty bad. There was no quest popup or lead-in when I bought the Minas Morgul ex-pack, for example. I was a bit bewildered.

The good news is that Standing Stone is making “all Lotro quests, instances, and skirmishes, including those in expansion packs, open to everyone through April 30.”(Source.)

So if you want to jump back in without a subscription, now is the time. So far I’m having a fair bit of fun in this era of social isolation, and I feel like I’ll be able to stick with it to the new level cap of 130.

The spring festival also started today in Middle Earth. Per the announcement, we will also have some special events to cheer people up during these difficult times. Honestly the Landroval server is crammed with people right now, for whatever reason. It’s been quite a while since I’ve seen such a player population in LotRO.


Pathfinder: Kingmaker


This is on 60% off sale this weekend on Steam. I’m going to highly recommend this game as a fantastic Baldur’s Gate style experience. I’ve been watching a Twitch streamer play it (HazVsRPG).

Personally, I find Keep and lands management to be a bit tedious, and I’m looking for more social online experiences that make me feel less lonely and depressed. So I might buy this, but I’m not sure I’ll play it over LotRO right now.


U.S. Stock Market


I was reading an article today about the stock market during the 1918 Spanish Flu. The market then sold down 30+% very early in that time, the same as now. That was also months before the worst of the flu hit the world.

The market never went below that point afterwards. These are very different times, in all kinds of ways. Nonetheless, some people are speculating this could be the bottom, or very near it.

I’ve legged into Amazon (AMZN), Netflix (NFLX), Akamai (AKAM), Verizon (VZ), and Tencent (TCEHY) in the past week. This is all for the stay-at-home economy. I was on top of this before people started writing about and buying into these stocks, as well. So I’m still doing quite fine.

Akamai was up 10% yesterday on reports of various internet outages (Akamai serves to mitigate overloads with their server networks.) It’s down today though, and I haven’t researched why.

I am also legging into Silver (SLV). A soaring dollar has crushed silver and gold, among other things. During 2008, silver dropped as low as $8.50/OZ. So I’m prepared to double down at that point and triple down if even lower.

I was previously considering buying a PC manufacturer for the work-at-home economy. Articles this week have mentioned laptops disappearing from shelves in stores. It’s hard to buy a pure PC manufacturer, although Lenovo (Chinese) on the pink sheets is a possibility.

Today Logitech (LOGI) was soaring 10% on articles about the need for its products for working at home, as well as exposure to gaming. That’s a great pick. I wish I’d thought of it before the 10% up. Now it’s a little late for my taste.

Instead I pushed a bit into Tencent today. I don’t like buying a giant diversified company in general (i.e. Sony), but it’s a good global play on video game demand. Also, China has contained its virus for now. Who knows what could happen at Blizzard HQ in California, for example, possibly setting fire to your ATVI.

Let me be clear that all of my positions now are half-positions. Small stuff, so I can buy more if the markets do indeed go another 10%-20%.


Personal


My cough continues to be severe. I got tested for Covid-19, but my doctor didn’t do the test properly I think. In any case, the lab could not process it. So I still don’t know.

I do have some issues breathing at times. That could just be mucus buildup, or a panic attack since I’m having real issues with stress.

Anyway, if I stop posting you’ll know what happened to the kitty. Creative work on the game is on hold, for the most part, until I feel better both physically and emotionally.

The Cursed Tombs dungeon has been patched up a fair bit, however, and is still open for business here.

Stay safe, stay at home. I see pictures on Tumblr of everyone in 1918 wearing masks. Why are we still not wearing masks??? China, Hong Kong, and South Korea have all contained their virus. They are also all wearing masks. HMMMM.

Well, I’m still trying to get some masks delivered from Amazon. My first order still hasn’t shown up after 3+ weeks. Crossing my fingers on the second attempt. I bought a water filter. I bought a lot of food. I bought a very large bag of cough drops.


MMO Purgatory, Stock Market, & Other Updates


The Game Situation

Last month I re-subbed to WoW Classic. I reached level 50ish and called it quits again. The grind is brutal, basically. Even though I’m playing a mage!

When I first started playing Classic at launch, I was thinking – these kids today aren’t going to make it! They don’t have the patience!

I just assumed I would be able to do this without much problem. I was too overconfident.

Blizzard is also a complication. I’m not such a fan these days. I’m not so thrilled to give them $15/month, for the main game. Classic is just a perk. I’m not actually using what I’m paying for. Feels weird man.

I tried Bethesda’s Doom. It doesn’t have the feel of the original, to me. There were no swarms of enemies in the original Doom.

If you faced 2 enemies at once in the original Doom, you needed to be careful. If you faced 3+ at once, that was a big battle. There was also more dreadfulness and suspense, because each enemy was more deadly.

Or at least, that’s the way I remember it.

I’ve also been playing Dragon’s Lair, the classic arcade game on Steam. I was doing well until I ran into a bugged room that has been bugged for 2 years, apparently, and another sequence that appears bugged because it isn’t showing the direction hints. So I have no idea what to do.

So I’m searching for a game, as usual. I don’t know what to play. The big Baldur’s Gate 3 gameplay reveal was earlier this week.

It was OK. It didn’t blow me away. It looked a lot like NWN2 to me. Other people say it is more like DOS3, because Larian studios is the developer.


U.S. Stock Market

The U.S. Stock Market crashed 10% this week. The consensus is that the crashing is far from over. There are a bewildering array of problems caused by the spread of the coronavirus.

For example .. no, I’m not even going to get started.

I sold 50% of my portfolio on the bounce first thing Monday morning. So I’m doing fine! This afternoon I nibbled back at Netflix (NFLX)and Akamai (AKAM).

I’ve been watching Akamai for a while. They had a great earnings report. In a world of major teleconferencing rollout, Akamai should benefit, as well as from increased home internet usage.

Netflix seems like a no-brainer, but of course it was sold off severely along with all overpriced tech stocks. How can Netflix not do very well in a world where everyone is staying home, schools are being shut down, nothing to do etc.?

The thing is, all of these tech stocks are bundled up into ETFs, such as total market ETFs, S&P ETFs, etc.. And the biggest tech companies are a large percent of the market now, like 20%?

So, as always but more than ever before, the broad market is much more important than an individual stock.

I also like Tencent (TCEHY), but that was a stock I took profits in on Monday. I had way too much of the stock. So I plan to start rebuilding my position at some point.

I also sold NVidia on Monday, because of large profits I wanted to turn into cash. Today an analyst said NVidia should do well regardless of the virus because of cloud and gaming. People jumped in today to run up NVidia!

Well, the cloud needs businesses doing well to need more cloud capacity. If businesses start sending people home, hunkering down worried about financial conditions, etc. the cloud is going to get hurt.

The call on Nvidia today, while notable, or else I wouldn’t note it, seems pretty suspect to me. It caused a bunch of chip stocks to do well today. Really? I think Americans just love chips. I’ll get back into NVidia at some point, but I’ll be waiting a bit on the chip stocks.

The virus is going to get far, far worse. I can see the market dropping another 10% or 20%. I can also see Trump making more of an effort to fix the stock market than fix the completely incompetent and failed response by the American government to the arrival of the virus.

So. I sold my portfolio down to like 75% cash at about 3% from the top, and I started nibbling a bit at the down 10% mark today, on companies that the virus shouldn’t hurt so much.

Of course, if I’m dead from virus it won’t matter. I’ve already been sick for the last month from something.


Personal Project

I’ve been working hard in the last 2 months on my game’s first dungeon. (Game art shown above.) The beta playtesting version of The Cursed Tombs is online here.

(Please note that if you play from this link, and you don’t have a saved code, you will do very poorly as a default non-statted character.)

The title of the dungeon is pretty generic, but it’s just the first entry level dungeon? I learned a lot while making this dungeon. Developed far more tricks and techniques than from any other effort previously.

So that’s good. Now I just need to get healthy so I can get back to working at full strength.

Feb. Updates:

Illustrated the first Owl River dungeon, approx. 70 pieces of art in 1 month despite having a virus and working full time.

Added a fourth fight and two more rooms.

Some playtesting, still needs Spanish translation.

Redesigned character panels to be more like a familiar classic character sheet.

Added another gear slot “Jewelry” slot, to go with the previous “Accessory” slot. Jewelry is now a separate and equal category to Accessory, which includes misc. trinkets, tomes, magical belt buckles, whatever.

Recruited a new dungeon developer, who is working on a second dungeon.

Planning and plotting second chapter of main storyline.

January 2020: Updates/Fixes

A3: More bug fixes, added Seelie Court rep. Archmistress Glumskayah now has wings? Not sure about the wing thing. I wanted to make her more devilish and less human, basically. I have a big problem with all of my non-human NPC’s managing to look lamely human. More dialog and options. Fixed removal of Learaiche’s wand.

A4: A few minor bug fixes, dialog cuts and improvements, added a skip option for theatre talking.

A5: Several bug fixes, broken conversation lines. Preloads.

A6: more bugs fixed, extended ending, new longest, most complicated module by far. Preloads.

D1: First dungeon is in development.

Tarot Training– added preloads for tarot cards

French Club – fixed more bugs, broken dialogue, Spanish language

Connor library – edited, translated.

Help – another edit through the dialogs to update for diplomacy changes

Library – fixed map, reduced high rate of special encounters prior in place for testing


Tarot Card Training

tarot card training


RPG Project


At the start of August, I was finishing Tarot Training for my online RPG project. In Tarot Training, you can drill on card meanings, take a quiz to test your memorization, study the symbols of the Tarot, get a simple romance card reading, and get some advisement on further study. (This last could be improved, among other things.)

Since my previous blog post, I have also developed a French Club module. You try to learn some French, learn some clichés about why French is cool, and then you have a quiz contest against Chary, who is also a new French student.

Currently I am polishing and translating French Club. (The ending is also unfinished at the moment.) I am also reviewing and QA’ing Jeanie’s romance, Connor’s romance, Module A5: the Peacock Queen, and Tarot Training. That’s five modules in line for completion this year.

I was considering pushing hard to get a darker themed module planned and put together for Samhain in the month of October, but I am starting a new job, and I don’t think that’s going to happen. I would rather do a final, solid release of my current WIP.

I’m continuing to work on sound implementation. In modules with strong sound in certain sections, other sections seem eerily quiet. For example, after looking at Tarot Training, the French Club module silence is deafening.

So it’s a challenging balancing act. I definitely need more forest sounds and bird chirping in the Jeanie romance and Connor romance modules. It’s on the to-do list.


WoW Classic


I subbed for one month. I leveled to 40. My few family members and friends didn’t want to play. I was turned off by most social interactions that I experienced in that game. If you want to be in a guild, you have to participate in a Discord popularity contest with a legion of jobless kids, trumptards, and neckbeards.

This is a modern society where zero respect is the default. You earn respect by acting stupid and telling poop jokes.


LotRO Minas Morgul


The one exception to my bad experiences with guilds and discord is my guild in LotRO on Landroval. Unfortunately, the new LotRO expack looks a lot like a cash grab, selling a quest pack as an expansion. Instead of giving you things to achieve in the game, they add all the goodies for cash money upgrades.

I hate the motes and the shards and all the mini-currencies, partly because they are confusing, and partly because the grind is insane, and also simply pointless. I just went to the LotRO forums to take another look for some hope, and immediately I run into this:

Quote Originally Posted by Lady_Lethargy:
Thank you for clarifying! If you or anyone else can answer, how would I go about getting monster detection auras?

Levaqian Levaqian, The Lord of the Rings Online Team:
Currently, you can only get the Morgul and Normal (or “Null”) auras through the Minas Morgul Ultimate edition.

OK, so.

If I want cool stuff, I have to pay these people $129.99 like an idiot.

OK, so what story can I expect? Where is Minas Morgul exactly? Are we going back to Mordor? What NPC’s will I meet? I have no idea because the description of the game on the website doesn’t tell me anything that actually interests me. A bunch of quests, what else is new. Some useless extras. Some dungeons.

Guess what, the most recent big zone pack was amazing for solo play, but the batch of LotRO dungeons sucked. And were pointless to run, and didn’t drop any useful loot when I ran them. Go pay in the store instead? I think that has been increasingly the answer.

I won’t completely write off some LotRO this fall/winter, but the odds are pretty grim. I’d bet on the Trump stock market before LotRO, and that’s very, very bad.


U.S. Stocks


I reluctantly took profits near the top in Silver (SLV), scoring a 30%-ish gain on a full position. A month later, that appears to have been the correct play. I will watch, wait, and reload on silver when the time is right.

I am still watching Valero (VLO) for a re-buy, but it still can’t break out of the longterm downtrend line it is trapped under, which is why I dumped it recently at break even. I am also watching Nvidia (NVDA), which recently broke out of a nice downtrend and came back to the trend line perfectly, but then bounced very high on Thursday (4%), too quickly for me to get in.

That’s because NVDA is currently a darling hot stock. It’s the only high P/E growth stocks with a positive analyst report and expectations that I know of going into the fall earnings season. I’m also watching Twilio and Zillow to break out from their downtrends.

I added to my ETF (VGT) on the current dip this week because the indicators and sentiment were so abysmal, but the market ended the week going up instead of down. This is a confirmation of my feeling that the selling is simply exhausted after the market basically going nowhere for the last year. I can see the market making new highs from here, which seems completely crazy, but that’s my read.

A quick google confirms my feeling. “This week’s 21% reading on the Bull Bear spread is among the lowest of the last several years, and most of the time a very low reading like this will be a good marker of a price bottom, due to washout…So here we are in the scary month of October, just following the scary month of September, and investors are following the script pretty well by saying that they are scared. Right on time for a nice seasonal bottom.”

Larry Kudlow dropped a very fat hint a few days ago that some kind of surprise with China is coming soon, so I am still holding onto my small gains on full positions in Alibaba and Tencent.


Personal


In my last post, I wrote about obsession with learning to play an instrument. I gave up on that and decided to stick with painting, since that’s what I’m good at. So I bought a new set of oil paints and brushes, and I’ve been working on some oil paintings in the last month or two.


E3 Impressions: Bloodlines, Cyberpunk 2077, Etc.

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It’s been forever since my last post. Maintenance mode? Mainly I’ve been playing Division 2, with a little co-op. It’s a high quality shooter with female character options, a high degree of realism, and minimally intrusive upselling influences.

I’m impressed by Ubisoft’s quality and class, so far, as a game developer and company. It’s been a while since I played an Ubisoft game. I might look for more opportunities to give money to Ubisoft in the future.

The major flaws so far are very poor character development, and sketchy story writing.

The main feature of E3 was streaming game services. I don’t want to stream my games. How far can game companies go to get players into their ecosystem? Well, apparently the goal is to have all game content literally in their ecosystem, and you are only playing a picture of it!

Hooray. I guess if it’s effectively a big boon for PC gaming and better games, then I have to accept it.

Honestly, the EA Origin monthly service seems like a great deal. There are some games on there I’d like to play. But I have never used it. I just resist the concept for some reason. I like owning my games, and running them on a platform hub that lets me select which one I want to play tonight. So, there is that.


Vampire: Bloodlines 2


Bloodlines 2 released a new gameplay video for E3. It’s “pre-alpha”, but it’s still underwhelming. Weak graphics, very sketchy combat sequences. The writing seems decent. There are the usual challenges/skill usages in the dialog options.

Three class trees. Not sure how I feel. Ideally I’d rather have an experience resembling the tabletop RPG.

It looks somewhere between a professional and indie effort. Overall, I’ve decided I agree with Paradox’s decision to put out the video. It will take a lot of criticism, but on the balance I think it’s a positive.

Bloodlines 2 is currently scheduled to release in Q1 of 2020.


Cyberpunk 2077


Cyberpunk 2077 is the other game I’m mainly looking forward to playing. They also put out a new video at E3. This video was even more dumb, flashy, and mass-audience oriented than the previous installments.

Keanu Reeves was revealed as a character in the game at the end of the video. This video didn’t do all that much for me, since it didn’t offer any real gameplay or things to excite an RPG fan.

Cyberpunk 2077 is currently scheduled for a release date in April of 2020. My new PC is ready.


Chivalry 2 and Mordhau


My #1 interest in Chivalry 2 was whether I could play as a female knight. If so, yay! I’m playing!

The actual answer, like in Mordhau, is apparently NO. So, like Mordhau, the answer of whether I am interested is also NO. Maybe someday girls can be knights too.


Jedi: Fallen Order


This game is not just male-only, it’s a fixed young male character. I actually enjoyed and completed Jedi Outcast back in the day with Kyle Katarn. The padawan in Fallen Order is about as far away as possible from a character I’m interested in playing.

Is it really so hard to create an alternate playable character? No, this is an example of the decision makers agreeing on their own lens, and since young male only protagonists are the norm, it’s ok with them.

It’s conceivable I could give this game a try because of the excellent light saber combat shown off in the E3 demo video, however, as well as the very high quality production.

Also, I agree with Angry Joe’s analysis that we should send positive signals to EA and support the direction they are taking with the franchise.

Joe also mentions the intense light saber battles of Jedi Academy, etc., that I also enjoyed back in the day, and this would be part of a formula to pull me in.


Hearthstone


Let’s continue the male dominated video games theme. After Hearthstone released a new female hero, but locked it behind an $80 pay wall, and made it an ugly, unlikeable character, these devs are certified idiots.

And then they put out a $20 pack with yet another male hero, this one an arrogant, egotistical blowhard that should appeal to Blizzard’s caveman player-base. And we still have no female shaman and no female warrior.

Completely pathetic. The only good news is that Blizzard’s players are draining away, and they feel forced to be less disgustingly greedy with card packs. I hate myself when I give Blizzard money.


Stock Market


I was looking to buy AMD in my last post, on a pullback this summer.

Well, AMD has been a monster in the first half of the year. Their P/E ratio is now around 45, 30 based on 60% higher projected next year earnings. AMD might be just unbuyable now. It’s an opportunity missed, it’s headed for NVidia levels of overinflation. When Jim Cramer gives two thumbs up on AMD (last week), you’re looking pretty toppy on the stock.

This illustrates the concept that if I think AMD should have a big year next year, Wall Street already knows this also, and I’m not getting the jump on anyone.

My investment strategy has boiled down to buying when the Fear and Greed index is at an “Extreme Fear” level.

The Fear/Greed was at the lowest level I’ve ever seen (approximately 5) on Christmas eve. I bought. I’m winning. The market touched extreme fear again on 6/3. I added. Again, winning.

The corollary, which I only realized some months ago by selling way too soon into the monster rally in the first three months of the year, is to also sell only at greed or extreme greed levels.

My only new position is a full position in silver metal (SLV), which I will double to a giant position if it drops. $13 is approximately the cost required to mine silver without a loss. That’s why it doesn’t go below that level.

So the plan is to buy, patiently wait for an inevitable spike, and then sell. The idea came from a spot on CNBC where they mentioned that gold’s relative outperformance of silver was at ten-year levels. They were saying to buy gold, but for me that means the opposite. Silver is a catch up trade, expecting a reversion to the mean. It’s also my online handle, of course.

I am watching the ROBO ETF. The world is in an economic slowdown. If this deepens and the U.S. follows, industrial stocks are expected to suffer the worst. This means the future world full of robots is on sale as an investment. I could be adding.

Otherwise, I remain in Tencent as my main diversified gaming stock investment. I’m happy with my portfolio, except I would also like to be in chips. I just don’t know how to do that. Chips stocks have extreme volatility. They are best for trades only.

If the market as a whole does get obliterated for some reason still this summer or fall, it’s still possible AMD could be a viable trade.

Ironically, I refuse to buy another AMD video card. My Razer keyboard and mouse have also been having serious problems. My Blackwidow Ultimate now double-types a number of its keys, regardless of what PC that I connect it to. My Razer mouse sometimes decides to cease functioning completely, even if I completely uninstall all Razer software.

I never wanted my keyboard and mouse dependent on a stupid Razer cloud anyway! So no more Razer either.


Personal Game Project


It’s going. I’m doing more debugging on the live servers, so the online game is less totally broken and unplayable than normal.

I’ve got some vision now for the climactic ending of the first chapter of the main story.

Last week I started adding music tracks. I’m remixing some music from a fellow Lotro player on Landroval, Fred Bertram. If anyone reading this has a line on some nice purely instrumental, or maybe with some fairy-like vocals, then I’m interested.

My inspiration for the music is the Arcanum OST.

Baldur’s Gate is also an influence. I’ll probably do the iconic footsteps of the party in places? I’ve never spent much effort thinking about game sound. All of the sound also needs to play on a standard webpage.

I’ve mixed some music tracks for my game! The background music is available to listen on Youtube. The first track is sad village music, which is taken over by soldiers. The second track is the bar room. The third track is for the rougher soldier bar. Thanks for uploading the video, Fred.

The image for this post is a screenshot from the Peacock Queen’s palace, which is the most recent game module.

That’s all for now, thanks for reading, and happy gaming.