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Blog: Perfectly, deliciously evil
Description: The blog for the wiki, dedicated toward the advancement of evilcraft by supervillains and malignant geniuses of all sorts.
Created by GrinningSkull on Fri 12 of Sept., 2008 22:00 EDT
Last post Mon 22 of Oct., 2012 21:50 EDT
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He called it

HorsemenMr. Ted Nugent has written an article on the coming evil (external link) in the Washington Times. Says he:

We can still be relaxed and comfortable, but mentally prepared and more tuned in to our surroundings. Be prepared to stop evil in its tracks and live. There is no other choice.

Now I'm afraid I'm going to have to adjust my weekend plans.

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Time to regroup, strategically speaking

As all good things must come to an end, so do all evil things, including this season of evilHow. The only thing worse than bidding farewell to these little object lessons in spreading one’s personal brand of mayhem far and wide would perhaps be the loss of a vast empire and all it contains. Fortunately even in the bleak midwinter of one’s fortunes, abandoned by allies, wracked with physical torment, life still finds a way to go on, and a new chapter may emerge from the scattered debris of a season (or of a battle), one that outshines what went before in some way. Only dimly can the outlines be made out by the individual until one has put in the effort to place the setback into a grander context, and to set the first few hesitant steps on the path to the next evil scheme to terrorize the planet.

Our second season here has now run its course, with a number of highlights of which we are most unnaturally proud indeed. We have not shrunk from the task of flinging the door wide on some great and awful aspects of evilcraft, as well as that of refining those accounts of villainous deeds from our first season, and so now we all collectively and separately intend to melt back into the menacing shadows which represent our natural abode. Until the next installment of monstrous instruction and advice issues from these quarters, we bid our readers “remain on your guard.”

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Rolling bones redux

vintageThere are a few tedious aspects of the job I do, but coming up with new methods for how to win at dice is not one of them, I must admit. Part of it is I believe the sound of those cubes rattling against one another and coming to rest almost reluctantly in a way which I had preordained secretly far in advance, like the rattle and creak of mighty civilizations brought to heel by my effort. There is a certain conviviality around the gaming table which is only marred a little when the stakes become mortal lives and the consequences affect entire nations, perhaps because the verdict of the dice seems to match the non-appealable decrees of fate that plays such an intimate role in everyone’s life.

To this end, we have freshened that article up a bit and tried to give it a little more kick, so to speak. Cheat in good health, all.

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I have a gripe and so long

SteampunkI am frankly glad that with the most recent piece here (on How to cook Procyonic reptoids) I expect to be freed of my responsibilities for the present so-called season here. The reasons for my current mood are too tedious for me to relate at any length. Let it be known that it is not a matter of any unfamiliarity with the subjects I have been tasked with, however, no, it is not a question of disliking the research and composition part of the job at all. It’s not a problem with the readers, by and large, and not strictly speaking anything to do with the atmosphere of workplace hostility, which I signed on fully expecting, knowing that everyone just learns to grow used to it as something that comes with the evil fortress mentality.

Before I get into too much more trouble here, how about let’s just leave the subject aside for a while and I’ll try to retain a shred of optimism for what the “future” may bring instead.

And if I never have to encounter one of these damn reptoid steaks again, it’ll be too soon. Read about it if you care to.


Do not get too comfortable in your beds

DontAs the end of evilHow Season 2 soon draws near we find ourselves thinking of how to create a lasting sense of hopelessness among our readers in the non-villainous (that is to say, “victim”) community in the face of the prospect that our dastardly items of advice will be ending, and we can only say: “Sooner than you expect, we will be back in full force.” For it isn’t only in the new articles that we exert our malignant influence but in honing and reshaping the existing wiki content. Does it not chill your bones to know that I have in my hand a list of thirteen items to be revamped considerably over the next three months, many incorporating hitherto unknown ways of bringing misery and catastrophe to the regions under an evil supervillain’s sway? And is it not the case that the truest test of villainy is to observe its long-lastingness substantially unchanged in form, as a perfect crystalline shard in the breast of humanity, so to speak? So it would not be wise to think of our hiatus beginning in a couple of weeks as a lessening of the curse. It may simply be something akin to the tightening of the thumbscrews, and not the kind you find at most hardware stores.

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