Need anything else be said? Yes? Dammit...
Things to expect:
Video games, alcohol, science, mythology, the macabre, art, zombies, gay porn, general faggotry and dicking around, and whatever the hell else I feel like.
The fact that Aggron are just huge garden nerds always gets me, cute mountain guardians that I personally think become the mountain with age while taking care of the grass pokemon there and gosh….
The Labyrinth at Nishimori (西森の迷路)
1990, Nintendo Famicom
A graphic adventure horror game for Famicom. A group of friends become separated during a week-long hiking trip through a great forest called Nishimori. As one of the unlucky teens, you find that you’re more than lost—the forest itself has turned against you! When your friends begin to come back from the darkness of the labyrinth, you’ll wish they had stayed lost.
Gameplay takes place over five in-game days—wander aimlessly and you’ll run out of time. Can you solve Nishimori’s riddles and escape, or will you join your friends in the forest forever?
The Malleus Maleficarum ( meaning “Hammer of the Witches” in Latin ) is a treatise on the prosecution of witches, written in 1486 by Heinrich Kramer, a German Catholic clergyman. The book was first published in Speyer, Germany in 1487. Jacob Sprenger is also often attributed as an author, but some scholars now believe that he became associated with the Malleus Maleficarum largely as a result of Kramer’s wish to lend his book as much official authority as possible.
The main purpose of the Malleus was to attempt to systematically refute arguments claiming that witchcraft does not exist, discredit those who expressed skepticism about its reality, to claim that witches were more often women than men, and to educate magistrates on the procedures that could find them out and convict them.