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Role: Tricksmith

For hundreds for years, vikings ruled the oceans. The greatest and most fearsome of these mighty warriors was the explorer and reaver Erik the Red. Less well known, however, was his son. Born beneath the Northern Star, he was known as Chester of the Tricks after selling his soul to Loki the trickster god for mystic powers, and spent his youth in the usual viking fashion: raiding, fighting and juggling.

After winning his unusual steed in a mead drinking contest with Thor, he followed in his father’s footsteps and explore the world. He sailed North and carved out an empire for himself in the North Pole, and ruled until a freak waterballoon accident froze him solid some time in the 12th century.

It was here that his saga was thought to end, until he was defrosted in the early 2000’s due to global warming. After reacquainting himself with our brave new world, he has found a new home with the kinadwesome team where his passionate games writing and wonderful magic shows have quickly become an integral part of our site.
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All Ages Games

Think back to the first game you can remember playing. If your parents weren't normal, it may have been a game like Mortal Kombat or Duke Nukem 64. But I'm willing to bet a large portion of readers can remember their first game was specifically a children’s game or at very least an all age type game. Fast forward to today. If someone were to bad mouth Mario Kart or Banjo Kazooie to me, I'd slap them right in their ignorant mouth. Luckily, most people my age won't say anything against a game Read more [...]
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I'm sorry your party is in another castle...

Where My Party Multiplayers At?

I recently had my birthday party. It was a raucous affair, with a large quantity of alcohol and sugar consumed. Throughout the party we had a large game of Mortal Kombat 9 playing in the background. It was one-on-one match ups the whole night where the standard 'winner plays on' rule applied. This went on from when the party started until almost the very end of the night. Almost 12 hours of constant Mortal Kombat 9 and not a second of it was dull; there were matches that had everyone in the room Read more [...]