Apellicon was a rich first-century Greek bibliophile and thief who amassed a wonderful library by a) spending lots of money and b) nicking things.
A Cultist Simulator soundtrack for 2020.
“What narrative structure do we see in games? Honestly, not as much as you’d expect… Games don’t yet have established formal constructs like chapters or poetic metre.”
I read tarot once for a friend called Rachel and it was basically ‘you will die alone and sad with a broken heart forever’.
[ The following is an extract from an article Alexis wrote decades ago, in 1996, for British roleplaying magazine Valkyrie. It’s juvenilia, and some bits make him wince – but it’s an insight into his early style and fiction which later became Fallen London, Sunless Sea and Cultist Simulator. Part 1 here! ] “…when they […]
The Sibyl’s Leaves: Playing Cards for Divination, Fortune-Telling and Augury is now available in the shop! Also, a smidge of cartomantic history.
As you know, holometabolous metamorphosis is one of the most ghastly things in nature.
I wonder if I and my heterosexual feminist principles are a blocker for good business decisions.
Big news of the Hour(s): CULTIST SIMULATOR’S COMING TO NINTENDO SWITCH!
Be there or beware! Of… being attacked in a pleasant coastal village by your vengeful nemesis.