Monthly Archives: March 2019

Traveller Horror

While grazing on Quora, I happened across the thread What’s the most disturbing sci-fi you’ve read? Quite a number of good answers, but the winner in my book is Dave Friedman answer: Octavia Butler’s Bloodchild. Profoundly disturbing in one of … Continue reading

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Sammy Stuffit

Sammy Stuffit — you can read the story here — has a problem. He loves to get more and more stuff, but needs more and more places to stash his stuff… and a massive transportation network to bring all his … Continue reading

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The End of the Imperial Creed

Empires First Die in the Heart To determine the eventual failure of the Imperial Creed — after centuries of success — look at the what arose to replace it. From the Rebellion Sourcebook, page 46 The assassin Dulinor began the … Continue reading

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Communist Mercs

Chinese private security companies grew up after 11 Chinese builders working on a World Bank project in Afghanistan were shot dead by the Taliban in 2004. Before 2006, when a new external security affairs department was established, Chinese embassies had … Continue reading

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