So it’s already that time of year again. To the point that I almost missed the fact it was happening and rushed to sign myself up despite the lack of progress I made on my blogging!
So this will simply be my specialised fancy introduction to whom I am, the blog…and some other stuff that I haven’t really decided on what I want to type up.
WHO IS THE COMMANDER?!
…it doesn’t look as epic as I was hoping :c
At any rate, the name is CommanderFlynn, Flynn to many and [REDACTED] to the close friends. I reside over in the (no longer) Great Britain at aged 24 and you will most often see me visiting Eorzea and stabbing stuff with mah sword…or spear depending on my mood and what’s going on.
While I’m more predominantly am RPG and MMO player, I do play a variety of other genre’s
So why the Blog?
Good question. I have no idea. Honestly I got the idea after seeing many of my twitter friends with their own blogs. I kinda wanted to do my own. I mean it’ll never be as big or as fancy as the others. But at someone who enjoys putting their feelings into writing, it’s refreshing at times to just get on and make up a post. Some of the reactions I’ve gotten are great and the discussions I’ve had enlightening. I’m hoping that I can even reach half of the fancyness that Belghast and my other friends employ and even then I hope I can do this more often.
Blaugust 2016: The idea
The idea of 2016 is that Blaugust is a more relaxed approach to blogging throughout August. One I will be following. This post was meant to be up yesterday, but I’m thinking of blogging three times a week. Monday, Wednesday and Friday with the weekend being the leeway days if I don’t have anything I want to talk about or show. I think that’s a good starting point for me and from there I can blog more or less depending on how I handle this.
With that said, I leave with you, with the beautiful song, that is Man with a Mission, many of my anime friends will instantly recognise this as the Log Horizon OP1, an anime I still have yet to finish since I actually really love it’s premise and how it explore the idea of being trapped in a game world SO much better than SAO did.
Don’t get me wrong, I love SAO to bits. But I just feel Log Horizion just did it better. SAO focused more on the relationships of the characters and within the second seasons started to question that age old “What is reality and virtual?” question. But that’s a discussion for another day.
Listen to the music and remember, You’ll never expect the Fantasy Inquisition!