Steve: "Daaaaaad!!!! You promised not to inhabit the giant face robot while my friends were here!"
Zack: "Hello girlth, are you familiar with pothitronic androidth?"
Steve: "I'm jutht going to tranthfer Thally's mind over into that killdroid and then you can have your tickle fight."
Zack: "Can't you just be normal for once?"
Steve: I wonder if Arnim Zola is an anagram for anything. Comics love anagrams.
Zack: I might be off here, but I think it's an anagram for The Mars Volta.
Steve: Is that that band that sounds like Rush got lost in the guitar section of a music store?
Zack: Yeah, although it's not so much a band as an experience. An upsetting one. Like priapism at a parent-teacher conference or driving on a country road in the middle of the night and hitting a giraffe.
Steve: That actually sounds pretty badass.
Zack: Then I'm not explaining it right.
This is your typical consumer model throne. If you just want a cheap prop, it's fine. If you want to actually sit like a king, pony up the cash and get yourself a prosumer model. This entry level stuff is more for a duke or baron at best.
Do you wish to know what computers will be doing in the year to come? With a sigh I shall exert the minimal effort it takes to reveal all. Feel free to print out these predictions and share them with your friends via fax.
Zack Parsons, Steve "Malak" Sumner, and friends tackle bizarre role playing game products that make them wonder, "What the fuck!?" From the early days of Gygax to contemporary role playing games, none will be spared.