The Libro de los Juegos, (“Book of games”) was commissioned by Alfonso X of Castile and completed in Toledo in 1283. It is an exemplary piece of Alfonso’s medieval literary legacy.

The book consists of ninety-seven leaves of parchment, many with color illustrations, and contains 150 miniatures. The text is a treatise that addresses the playing of three games: a game of skill, or chess; a game of chance, or dice; and a third game, backgammon, which combines elements of both skill and chance.


It’s been literally 3 years before I discovered it, but here’s a voiceover I did for Bananagrams Wild Tiles!

D&D: Strange Character #1

DM: “I reviewed the character profiles…and uhhh. Who is Vaness, the Sesucctress? What’s a “sesucctress”?!“

"A Seductress of the Succ!”

DM: “How will that be helpful…in a dungeon? Like, how will your "the sweet succ” ability work when you roll?“

"Isn’t it obvious? I can seduce the enemy with pleasure while the party prepares. Okay…let me explain. Roll a 1: Just a little teeth. Roll a 10: More than the tip. Roll a 20: Fellatio Fantasma!”

DM: “….”

Send me a Character from Long Exposure and I’ll tell you the following

  • first impression of them:
  • best quality:
  • worst quality:
  • ship them with:
  • brotp them with:
  • orientation headcanon:
  • gender headcanon:
  • mentall illnes / neurodivergent headcanon:
  • one way I can relate to the character:
  • why I like/dislike them:

(I suppose you can send other characters not from LE but I’m an LE blog so idk, go nuts!)

Friends, my dash has gotten a little boring in the last few weeks. So, if you could reblog/like this if you post anything of the following, I’ll be glad to check out your blog:

  • Mass Effect (bonus if you like Shenko too)
  • Dragon Age
  • Stardew Valley
  • Fallout (especially 4)
  • Videogames in general to be honest
  • Harry Potter
  • Cats
  • Memes
  • Birds

Thanks and can’t wait to see your awesome blogs!