What would it be like if Meereen went the way of Mogadishu, with modern weaponry? It would be a shitshow, that’s a certainty. This is a story about a PMC dealing with just such a shitshow (serialized in several parts). Some of them may or may not wear the sigil of House Morningwood.
Long streams of tracer licked out from the shoulders of the Great Pyramid, lethal and languid.
Answering streams lashed back in graceful coils in an orgy of color, some from the streets, more from the ruined dome of the Temple of Graces. Lilac tracers of Tyrosh contested with Braavosi blue, both dueling the angry green of Volantis.
Moments later came the distant chatter of machine-guns, echoing across the sluggish brown water of the Skahazadhan. With it came a stirring of breeze, heavy with the river stink, old mud and new sewage, and the filthy brine of Slaver’s Bay.
We have tried far too many battery powered lanterns over the years. In fact [warning: nerd reference], we could probably build the entire lantern horde from Kingdom Death Monster. That’s an extremely fun but exceptionally frustrating board game, btw.
Thankfully the one lantern to rule them all has finally been found. It’s not only a great piece of kit, it has a badass name.
Ser Jeremy Stafford, one of our other easily distracted squirrel-chasing knights, is a frequent contributor to a number of Guns & Ammo books. Here he is on the cover of one. You can pick up the digital version of the magazine here or hit up your local non-liberal bookstore. If you can find one.
“It’s an absolute thrill to be on the same cover as Gary James, a man whose articles I’ve read since I was a child.”
Though I can (and do) run every day, I thought biking wasn’t for me. Despite his Hodor-like size and general gracelessness, I just couldn’t keep up with 2CentTac. I would huff and wheeze like I was dying.
Before I gave up on the idea (mostly because I’m stubborn), I upgraded to a much newer dandy horse (velocipede? penny farthing?) — I bought a Liv Invite. It seemed like it would do everything I needed it to do.
Bam! Appearances were not deceiving. It was like night and day.
It’s no secret we like girls women and guns. And women and swords, and women and axes, and women and Apache helicopters for that matter. Here are a few of the former in assorted fine calibers. We’re aware of the “gun bunny” thing. However, when it relates strictly to our aesthetic appreciation, the Second Amendment, and capitalism, we refuse to spend time in pointless frumication. The energy we might otherwise have spent in perhorrescing, thinks we, would be far better spent indulging our lexiphanicistic tendencies…
We are beyond chuffed to announce that Griffon Industries now has its own pavilion in the House Morningwood Bazaar! This California-based company is known for numerous collaborations, including with Steel Flame and Mark Owens, and for a wide variety of tactical equipment and range accessories.
They’re also known for the Griffon Girls, of course, which we can certainly understand.
If you’re looking for good equipment, you should keep an eye on Griffon Industries (connect with them on Instagram, @griffonindustries). Before you buy anything, however, join the ranks of our Patreon supporters. It’ll pay for itself pretty much immediately.