Zack: Astral projecting is an underrated skill these days.
Steve: Totally dude, I used to see all sorts of stuff about astral projection and nobody talks about it anymore. What happened?
Zack: Maybe it's like Damascus steel and the world just lost the expertise.
Steve: An astral projecting mage warrior marine biologist would be a pretty boss career path.
Zack: Yeah, good luck getting the credits for that from Phoenix University. They tell you one thing, but then when you try to change majors from mage warrior over to astral projection with a minor in marine biology you end up with a bunch of redundant classes and extra fees.
Steve: What are you saying?
Zack: It's a scam, Steve. Online universities are scam, so learn your astral projection from the only reliable source: an ebay PDF sale.
Steve: Oh, yeah, I should check that out the next time I am buying a wealth spell on ebay.
"I thought the internet was all fun and games. Grow virtual plants on Facebook. Send email to grandma. IM friends with emojis," said the Stupid Ass Teenager, currently dying in an Idiot County hospital. "Never in my wildest dreams could I ever possibly humanly imagine that doing stupid ass internet shit in real life might get me mortally injured."
(Lips smacking, mouth full of peanut butter, glistening streams of peanut butter oil running down chin) "I'm full as hell, and I'm not going to take another bite!"
Guess what's back? Frosty tundras! And me.
Bonk: The Only Good Bonk Is A Head Bonk
We review every game from the last 2 months, plus all 21 SNES Classic titles
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.