☯ ISSTH Chapter 833-834 ☯

Just finished up another session of Wandering Heroes of Ogre Gate. My character Hidden Arrow was poisoned by a hail of needles, but thankfully we found the antidote. Having assassinated the powerful leader White-Haired Crocodile, we took over most of his organization, which, combined with the monastery we took over in the last session, puts us in control of quite a large power structure. Now we’re recruiting heroes to join us as we further consolidate and expand our power. I’ll post a link to the session log when it comes out. Now, please enjoy two amazing chapters that absolutely had to be released together:

Chapter 833. Chapter 834. Translator: Deathblade. Translation Checker: anonpuffs. Chinese Grammar Consultant: Madam Deathblade. Proofreaders: Courtrecords, GNE, and Lingson. Meme Archives: joeljbright. Memes: Shu. Master of Cuteness: Baby Deathblade.

These are the 1st and 2nd chapters of the week!

13 thoughts on “☯ ISSTH Chapter 833-834 ☯” - NO SPOILERS and NO CURSING

  1. I never understood the allure of pencil and paper rpgs in this age of video games.

    When I was very young I had an nes. Alright no great stories there. By the time I was old enough to appreciate great stories we were already in the golden age of rpgs on the ps1 (maybe some would say the snes was the golden age but not for me). Between books and video games, paper rpgs just didn’t have a place in my mind. I do appreciate them to some degree. The malazan book of the fallen series of books were written using an rpg setting which was originally used by two dudes playing paper rpgs. Paper rpgs heavily influenced games like baldurs gate and planescape: torment.

    But that’s the problem. Whenever I consider the possibility of spending my freetime trying out some old fashioned pencil and paper dungeon crawling I have to think to myself, why not play planescape instead? If you’re a fan of dnd and video games, but haven’t played planescape: torment then you’re missing out.

    1. Personally, I like them because they give you a greater degree of freedom than you can get from any video game. I also enjoy the social aspect of gathering around a table with a group of real people, chatting, joking, talking about life, and so on while doing something we all enjoy.

      It’s also a great way for aspiring writers to make their own worlds for others to explore.

    1. It hasn’t been published yet, but will be soon. An old school RPG is played with books, pen, paper and dice. Usually you sit around the table with your friends to play.

  2. For a moment i thought Hidden Arrow was poisoned by a hail of arrows, that would have been ironic. Good luck in the world of tabletop Jiang Hu and thanks for another double release!

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