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Continued from Episode 1.
The Merciful Man was buckling his helmet when the lights went out. Rolling blackouts still plagued the city, seemingly now worse than ever. Few had power more than one hour in ten, and only those with sufficient wealth or capacity for violence were able to maintain sufficient fuel stocks to keep backup generators running all the time.
Some might consider our Northman Ryan a handy person. He builds and fixes flying machine parts for a living. Occasionally he also work as a sellsword for RECOIL OFFGRID and writes DIY articles for ’em.
Recently he was asked about making a watertight storage container out of PVC. This is the result. Most people use screw caps that need a wrench, which makes it difficult to open. Jim Cobb starts the article off and part way down you’ll find his part of the article detailing the build process here.
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.
No Mercy in Meereen
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.”
Nerf seems like an odd thing for a grown man to think is entertaining, or maybe not considering you’re reading this.
Hard to believe as it is, some people think Nerf is only for kids!
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.
Hear ye, hear ye, ALCON and everyone, and yes even you jerking off in the corner as though we can’t see you. Thyrm has declared for House Morningwood!