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Thoughts on Assassin’s Creed: Liberation

N.B. Spoilers for Assassin’s Creed: Liberation, as well as acknowledging that as a white person, my perspective is limited. I’ve linked to an Evan Narcisse post below. One moment sticks out in my mind in AC: Liberation above others: I … Continue reading

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It’s the context, stupid.

After my post on Shanoa and realizing that her lack of emotion said plenty on the historicism of the time and the hysterics often attributed to women, I began wondering whether or not this was actually in any way researched … Continue reading

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Birth of a role

This will likely be my last Fallout 3 post for a while. I want to share a series of impressions, then enjoy and chew on the game, to return when a more fruitful discussion can develop. Spoilers are not really … Continue reading

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Which doctor?

The culture of the umbaru of the lower Teganze is fascinating and perplexing to those hailing from more civilized walks of life. I’ll admit I’m somewhat hesitant to make this post. While I’ve been reading Pat Miller’s Token Minorities blog … Continue reading

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