Home Metal Music KILL SCREEN 014: Meet A.L.N. of MIZMOR, the God of Puzzles

KILL SCREEN 014: Meet A.L.N. of MIZMOR, the God of Puzzles

KILL SCREEN 014: Meet A.L.N. of MIZMOR, the God of Puzzles


Photograph by Shimon Karmel

A biased opinion, I do know, however I can’t stress this sufficient: Go learn Jonathan Horsley’s cowl function on this month’s participant character A.L.N. and his phenomenal one-man band Mizmor. A up to date of the Pacific Northwest’s ever-growing excessive metallic scene, Mizmor’s distinctive mix of funeral doom, drone and black metallic is one in every of bleak, unrelenting despair made all of the extra actual by very deep, very private and really actual lyrics pulled from A.L.N.’s experiences of being drawn to after which straying from the Christian religion. His newest full-length providing—2023’s black metal-leaning Prosaic—is his first album that begins the method of transferring on from this trauma and exploring different avenues of his curiosity. Even with God useless and buried previously, Prosaic proves to be no much less offended, biting and woeful than what one would come to count on from the identical one that crafted 2019’s Cairn. All of which begs the query: Why the hell is he speaking to the online game guys?

Those that have been following Kill Display screen for some time—and I definitely hope that features you—know that Adam Bartlett, head of Mizmor’s earlier label dwelling Gilead Media, talked about that he and A.L.N. are PSN pals, regardless of Bartlett’s desire for PC gaming. Curiosities had been piqued, emails had been despatched and an interview was organized for after A.L.N.’s 4 week run as Hell’s stay drummer, which included a one-off Mizmor set at Metallic & Beer Fest: Philly 2023. For somebody who crafts such somber dirges, A.L.N. proved to be nothing however type, affable and, er, affected person with a few excitable East Coast nerds. It’s of no shock that his tastes pattern in direction of the intellectually stimulating, however that definitely makes him no much less dedicated to one of many medium’s most celebrated excessive fantasy sequence in addition to two of gaming’s closest pals, “hack” and “slash.” Doom and gloom has arrived at Kill Display screen, and we’re very happy to welcome him in.

What was your first online game expertise?
The primary online game expertise that I can keep in mind having was most likely when my dad and mom bought my brothers and I a Sega Genesis for Christmas once we had been children. They did that complete factor the place they had been like, “That’s all of the presents we’ve! It’s accomplished!” After which it was like, “Oh, what’s that sound from the opposite room?” And we went in and I wish to say it had Jurassic Park up on the display. My oldest brother straight up cried. I used to be slightly too younger to cry over that. [Laughs] However yeah, positively keep in mind taking part in Sega so much as a child. Lion King, Jurassic Park and stuff like that. NBA Jam. All these previous Sega video games are so onerous. I believe there was an Earthworm Jim online game that we had, too.

Did you and your oldest brother spend plenty of time gaming collectively?
Yeah, an honest quantity. I’ve two older brothers. I’m the youngest one. My center brother is 4 years older than me and my oldest brother is six years older than me. So, I believe it was a largest cultural affect for him to get the sport console that was out that was scorching that different children had. We performed video games collectively, for positive. We had been a Sega household for some time. We had the Sega Saturn and the Sega Dreamcast. We bought a PlayStation 1 and a PlayStation 2 within the combine. Then it extra simply turned my factor as my brothers grew up, misplaced curiosity and moved out of the home. At that time, I used to be taking part in the PlayStation and the Xbox in live performance forwards and backwards.

What had been the large video games with you and your brothers?
In all probability largest sport for us—or at the least a giant second—was Tony Hawk’s Professional Skater and Tony Hawk’s Professional Skater 2. Actually, actually huge video games. I might typically play no matter model of the NBA sport was well-liked on the time with my center brother. That was his factor and I didn’t actually care about it as a lot, however you want somebody to play that sport with, so I might get my ass whooped on a regular basis at that. [Laughs]

What have you ever been taking part in these days and what are the video games that you just usually favor?
I’ve a PlayStation 5. I type of stopped the Xbox factor on the final gen, though I’m curious if I’ll have to purchase one once more in any respect in my life as a result of I heard that each one the Bethesda video games are unique with Microsoft now and I’m a giant fan of The Elder Scrolls and the Fallout sequence. I simply began a sport yesterday as a result of I really want one. I’ll sustain on what PlayStation Plus video games are free. I simply downloaded and began this sport referred to as Trek to Yomi; that’s this samurai sport that’s onerous, however in a great way. Earlier than that, I performed this sport referred to as RiME, which is an easy puzzler sport, indie sport. Earlier than that, I simply completed this sport that I loved quite a bit referred to as Tails of Iron. You’re a rat in a rat kingdom that’s defending itself from frogs and mosquitos, but it surely performs type of like Darkish Souls, the place it’s difficult, brutal fight that you need to do actually tactically. Nevertheless it’s all fantastically drawn and animated, like an indie sport.

Do you favor the indies to the AAA titles, or is it simply type of no matter strikes your fancy?
It’s no matter strikes my fancy, however there’s a sample and I believe I do just like the indie video games slightly extra. My favourite kind of sport is a puzzle sport. I like motion video games, too. I like the God of Struggle sequence and, like I discussed, Skyrim, Oblivion, Fallout. I like a few of the main video games, for positive, however I at all times come again to puzzle video games and people are usually indie. They’re not flashy, however they’re my favourite type of video games, for positive.

Is there a specific motive that the puzzle video games appear to catch your curiosity?
I’ve at all times preferred puzzles. I do the crossword on a regular basis and I love to do the Wordle. Particularly phrase puzzles I get pleasure from fairly a bit. I don’t know why; I’ve by no means dissected it too deeply. I like for my mind to be engaged that manner and if it’s not, it’s an exerted effort to focus and never have some drawback in my life begin to, “Hey, it is best to resolve this puzzle!” behind your thoughts proper now.

Once I’m within the temper to play a sport—which means I wish to sit on the sofa and be entertained by a display however T.V.’s not participating sufficient—I’m usually attempting to have interaction a puzzle-solving a part of my mind. However, after all, I like to hack ‘n’ slash and stuff, too, generally.

You particularly talked about The Elder Scrolls. What would you say is your favourite title from that sequence?
[Heavy sigh] It’s a tie between Skyrim and Oblivion for me, simply because Oblivion was the sport I bought into and sank probably the most hours in. Skyrim I believe is a greater sport on the whole, however you understand how it’s. It’s like with music, too, the place you’re like, “That is the album I bought into of this band, so ceaselessly it’s gonna be my favourite, though it’s kinda crappy.” I believe I’ve to say Oblivion, however Skyrim is so superb and I simply can’t look ahead to the following one, if it’s ever gonna occur.

You had talked about that the final Xbox technology was your final. What was it about Xbox that kinda turned you off? Do you do any PC gaming?
There was nothing particular about Xbox that turned me off. A lot of the video games I wished to play got here out for each PlayStation and Xbox and a lot of video games that I wished to play solely got here out for PlayStation. On the time that I made the change, Bethesda was not unique to Microsoft. So… that sucks. Apart from that, I can’t actually consider some other motive to get a Microsoft console. [Laughs]

PC gaming, I don’t do proper now however I did have a section with it, for positive. There was a sport or two that you may solely play on pc that I actually wished to play, so I bought a Steam account and went down that path for some time. Nevertheless it’s been a very long time. I’ve simply been caught on my PlayStation, as of late.

Do you end up extra drawn to the console facet of issues? And, in that case, do you suppose that’s since you had an extended historical past with it or do you simply get pleasure from getting away from the pc?
I believe each of these issues are essential. I really feel like should you get into pc gaming, then the following factor is you wish to play on a customizable rig, the place you’re upgrading your graphics card and your processing and all this type of stuff. I’ve at all times been the man that has an honest Apple pc that’s actually person pleasant that will get the job accomplished for me. I believe I just like the person expertise of a console slightly extra as a result of I’m simply not as good or have a refined palate sufficient to get into computer systems to the purpose the place it turns into my predominant factor.

You had been outed to us as a nerd by mutual good friend Adam Bartlett when he mentioned that you just had been PSN pals. Do you do plenty of social gaming?
Man, I haven’t shortly. I had a section the place I used to be huge into Future, the place I used to be taking part in that socially with a pair pals. Even a few of my actually shut pals, each every now and then we’ll be taking part in separate video games however be like, “Hey, I see you’re simply sitting in your sofa. Do you wanna chat when you’re taking part in a sport?” I used to be doing it a bit within the first yr of the pandemic as a result of that was a time to be digitally social.

However I don’t know if I’ve ever really performed a sport with Adam. He primarily performs on his pc. Yeah, we’re PSN pals, however I by no means see him on-line and don’t know what he’s as much as.

[In a prior conversation], you talked about that you just’re a fan of The Final Guardian. Does that reach to Fumito Ueda’s different works, Ico and Shadow of the Colossus?
Sure, and actually I like these video games way more than The Final Guardian. The primary sport I performed in that sequence—should you can name it a sequence—was Shadow of the Colossus. That basically drew me in as a result of that was one of many first titles I bought on my PlayStation 2. For some motive—I imply, it’s a made up sample, there’s nothing to this—I used to be taking part in all these video games that had been “One thing of One thing.” I preferred God of Struggle, Prince of Persia, Shadow of the Colossus. The Final of Us, however this was earlier than that. So once I noticed that, I used to be like, Oh, I’m gonna prefer it, as a result of it’s an “of” factor. [Laughs] Completely silly.

Every little thing’s so huge. I believe what I like about these video games is especially the aesthetic. Generally the gameplay is slightly clunky, however there was one thing concerning the huge colossi and determining learn how to take every one down, determining every one’s idiosyncrasies. And the music. The music is so phenomenal. I simply actually liked that. Then I realized about Ico and I preferred that sport so much due to the workforce effort that’s there together with your accomplice that’s CPU. That was slightly bit extra puzzle-y, so I used to be like, “OK, that is nice.” It’s like Shadow of the Colossus with the aesthetic and the music, however extra cerebral.

So, I used to be actually excited for Final Guardian. I did get pleasure from that sport, but it surely appeared slightly damaged and unfinished to me. And, actually, I by no means really completed it as a result of I actually bought caught in a glitch within the sport. I believe I’m two-thirds or three-quarters of the best way by and I’ve gone again to it so many instances and been like, What am I lacking right here? However I’m really simply caught up in a tree, and also you’re supposed to have the ability to get the creature to come back work together with you and get you down and it received’t. It isn’t registering the place I’m. I’m like, OK, properly, I can’t waste any extra time. I wish to end this sport actually dangerous. I assume I may begin it over. I’ve most likely spent a collective hour of turning it again on, attempting actually all the things and being like, It’s fucking damaged, dude! That disappoints me. However I like the concept of The Final Guardian and I loved it up till that time.

It’s a disgrace. We positively heard plenty of the identical complaints: The AI for the companion animal was simply too glitchy; not responsive; would simply do issues that folks weren’t asking for. It looks like it’s a type of video games that had actually excessive ambitions and on paper is superb, however the know-how isn’t fairly there. It’s enjoyable within the sense of attempting to determine, How do I get to this? How do I make this occur? However when it’s not responding in the best way that it looks like it ought to, it’s irritating.
I completely agree. I’m taking part in a sport to resolve the issue to determine, Properly, what’s the factor I must do? However as soon as you work that out and may see that, and also you’re simply attempting to bodily make it occur and it received’t work, I’ve a fairly brief threshold. That makes me fairly offended. I’m like, It’s a sport. I’m attempting to have enjoyable or interact my mind in a sure manner, and now I’m simply losing time and getting annoyed as a result of it’s not working the suitable manner. Oof. That will get me mad.

You talked about that you just’re a giant fan of the music from these video games. Are there some other memorable soundtracks that stand out to you?
Yeah, so much. In all probability my favourite sport of I wish to say of all time—huge declare, I do know—however is that this sport referred to as Braid that was made by Jonathan Blow. I additionally love his second sport The Witness, which has no music. The soundtrack to Braid, it’s by a pair completely different artists. It’s actually phenomenal. This sport got here out once I nonetheless had an iPod, so this was a soundtrack that I placed on my iPod and listened to on a regular basis. There have been a pair different video games like that. Clearly the Skyrim soundtrack is unimaginable. I actually preferred the soundtrack to this sport referred to as Journey; actually stunning music to that one. This artist Disasterpiece does soundtracks for films, video games and has unique albums, too. He did Fez and he did Hyperlight Drifter and that firm’s different sport, Photo voltaic Ash. I like his music a lot. I even have the Fez soundtrack on vinyl. That sport, although, critically, it’s top-of-the-line puzzle video games of all time. It’s so good.

Do you discover that there’s a specific tone or temper or something that causes a soundtrack to stay in your head? What’s it that makes one stand out as notably good?
I believe it has to suit the aesthetic of the sport completely. And then you definitely’re completely immersed within the expertise and also you understand that the music’s a part of that and is de facto good. Of all of the soundtracks that I named, half of them are cinematic sounding and string-based and the opposite half are synthesizers. I don’t suppose there’s essentially a recipe by way of the sonic elements apart from it simply must be the right ingredient and then you definitely love that world and also you wish to dip into it once you’re not in entrance of the display, too.

Lyrics for Mizmor are very deep, concerned, private, heavy. Do you search that type of storytelling in video games or are you attempting use video video games extra as a pastime to distract your self from that?
I believe extra as an escape, however I’ve positively loved my justifiable share of heavy video games. We talked about The Final of Us already slightly bit. That sport is de facto superior. There’s this different sport I performed referred to as Heavy Rain. I’m down for it if it’s a rather well made sport. However plenty of instances… Like this sport Trek to Yomi I’m taking part in proper now; it’s enjoyable and interesting and funky and I’m not very far, however to date the concept is that your village in feudal Japan has simply been attacked and also you’re defending it and killing the dangerous guys. Within the background, simply the ambient sounds, everyone seems to be simply crying and wailing. I’m like, Man, I’m wondering if I’m gonna have the ability to deal with this the entire time. [Laughs] It’s simply… so brutal. With what I do with music, I’ve bought loads of brutal sounds in my life already and brutal ideas in my head and stuff like that. Generally I can actually respect that on the display and different instances I’m identical to, “That’s nice… however I simply wish to do one thing extra harmless proper now, or less complicated, or happier.”

Generally it’s time to modify over to that Sonic sport out of your Genesis years.
Critically! Ooo, additionally, forgot to say that: Enormous, enormous sport from once I was rising up, Sonic.

Even a few of these video games that I’ve already talked about that aren’t darkish on their floor are literally fairly heavy. This sport I simply completed referred to as RiME—this straightforward puzzler sport—it’s very cute-looking. The aesthetic jogs my memory of Zelda or The Witness; the graphic model. Fairly harmless puzzle fixing as you undergo it. However then, they begin to reveal this obscure plot line of this shadowy character that you just’re seeing each every now and then. Close to the tip of the sport, it flips over the plot and also you understand that it’s really this character’s father and the character—the son—died in a ship accident and the dad is exploring his desires of longing after his son. They only drop little bombs like that in a few of these indie video games. Braid is a few devastating finish of a relationship. I like that type of stuff. I just like the head-y. They’re dropping plot breadcrumbs and on the finish you see the way it items all collectively. It’s often one thing that has some weight to it, even when it’s like The Witness and the message may be very Zen on this manner. It engages my mind in a philosophical manner, an existential manner, which, to me, though it’s not essentially darkish, it’s nonetheless heavy. It simply will depend on the sport. Typically I’m not in it to get completely floored. [Laughs]

That’s type of the headspace that I’m [Michael] in proper now. I’m like, I need one thing colourful and as child’s gloves as I can get proper now.
A sport I bought actually type of hooked on over the pandemic that’s very colourful was Hades. I bought so into Hades. I did all the things that you are able to do within the sport. Finally, you get the place you possibly can “flip up the warmth” of your run by making it more difficult by tweaking various factors and also you get trophies for turning up the warmth at completely different ranges. The best you possibly can go is 32 and I did it at 32. It’s like the identical factor time and again, but it surely’s not; it’s completely different each time. I actually fell in love with the Rouge-like format of that sport and I simply couldn’t cease.

In your Decibel cowl story, you had talked about that you just wished Prosaic to be an album that you just didn’t wish to obsess over; be slightly bit extra slice-of-life, from-the-hip. You had been described as a “reformed perfectionist.” Does that perfectionism prolong into the video games that you just play—i.e. by being a completionist—or is that particularly for the artwork that you just create?
I believe it goes into gaming a little bit. I can’t usually one hundred pc a sport as a result of a few of the trophies are simply so ridiculous and I’m simply not prepared to make use of my time that manner. However I do wish to examine each doable path you possibly can take and discover the hidden issues that you just’re simply gonna brush previous. Generally that’s annoying as a result of I get frozen and I’m identical to, Ahh, there’s too many paths! I am going down one and I’m like, Properly, that is clearly the one I’m supposed to take, so now I’ve to show round and go scour all this different shit. I can see it in my gaming a bit, however I can’t go full-on platinum all the things as a result of it simply takes an excessive amount of time and it’s too annoying. And I’m not that good, you already know? [Laughs]

I do know I hold bringing this sport up, I’m not even recommending it. I believed it was eh, it was fairly good, however I simply performed it, so it’s in my mind, this sport RiME. You accumulate these little toys and different issues that seem like they’re secrets and techniques and there’s no payoff. They don’t acknowledge them in any way. And you’ll see a listing of ones you didn’t discover and so they don’t reference it in any way within the sport. I’m like, “Properly, I’m not gonna play it once more and attempt to discover all of them.” There’s no, like, Enhance my well being or some factor. Some factor. It’s simply, “You can discover different stuff.” And I’m like, “Properly… I’m not going to.” [Laughs]

Additionally within the cowl story, you mentioned Tolkien and C.S. Lewis and Camus as being literary influences to your lyrics and your world-building. Have you ever ever skilled any affect from a sport’s world-building?
Not in the identical manner. I believe I really feel impressed by sure video games that really feel compelling to me, like a sport like Braid. However I don’t suppose that that’s ever triggered me to jot down a sure manner in my music. I simply actually respect the murals that it’s. There may very well be some unconscious influences there, however I can’t draw a by line from a sport into my artwork like I can with books and different music.

Mizmor has documented your journey from being a Christian to being an atheist and also you’ve been taking part in video games for the overwhelming majority of your life. Over that journey, would you say that you just method video games and different media another way now than once you did in the beginning of Mizmor by way of what you’re searching for, what you respect, what connects with you?
With video games, not a lot. I believe I simply performed much less video games once I was an excellent religious Christian. However Skyrim got here out throughout that point for me and I dropped all the things and misplaced my life to that for a short time. However I can positively relate extra with music and films to not being interested in sure varieties of media once I was very non secular. I believe music was the most important factor. No less than for my very own private creation, I didn’t wish to make music for myself anymore; I solely wished to make it for God. Music turned worship as an alternative of inventive exploration or something that may very well be foreseen as prideful or self-aggrandizing. My consumption of music… I nonetheless listened to secular stuff, however I didn’t wish to really feel prefer it was evil or blasphemous or had a message that I couldn’t get behind. Largely impartial stuff or fantasy stuff was what I pressed into extra. And I believe with films, too: Stuff that appeared gratuitous with intercourse and violence. I didn’t abstain from R-rated films, for instance, or something like that. However I believe I simply wasn’t as interested in issues the place, like, I’m getting my violent kick or my sexual innuendo kick from watching this. I’m scratching this itch this manner. I might not be interested in that 10, 12 years in the past as a lot. But when it’s in there in a needed solution to inform a compelling story, that appeared OK.

You by no means bumped up into any titles that you just had been like, “This actually doesn’t slot in with what I really feel is OK”?
I didn’t actually stumble upon that as a result of I don’t suppose I performed very many video games at the moment. I’m a bizarre type of gamer; I’m nonetheless like this slightly bit, however I believe extra so again then. I’ve bought my sequence or my builders, my franchises, that I actually care about that I look ahead to the following title to come back in and out between I attempt different issues and I would discover some great things. I don’t play video games on a regular basis. I believe it takes so much to actually hook me into one and like, “OK, right here goes 60 to 120 hours!” I’m choosy, in a manner. I don’t actually keep in mind there being any restricted video games, so to talk, again then for me as a result of I simply wasn’t taking part in as many video games. I used to be taking part in Braid and Journey and Skyrim and that’s all actually harmless stuff.

In that very same notion, between the best way the younger you—together with your model new, shiny Sega Genesis with Jurassic Park—versus present day you together with your puzzle video games and dedication to sequence, do you see an evolution by way of appreciation in that manner?
Oh, for positive. I believe once you’re younger and taking part in video games, it’s extra about what’s flashy and catchy and on-the-surface. It’s enjoyable and appears cool and isn’t too onerous, you already know? One factor that’s positively developed in me over time is taking part in cerebral video video games and puzzles and issues which are intentionally difficult—even with fight—and discovering the suitable problem degree in order that it’s stimulating and also you’re competing with your self, however you’re having enjoyable and also you’re not simply burning steam and being extraordinarily offended. I believe that’s most likely a pure arc. I don’t know of many children that love taking part in a tough puzzle sport. I see myself as transferring away from fundamental motion video games, racing video games and whatnot and extra into stuff that’s concerning the story and concerning the aesthetic and concerning the subtleties and the nuances. And it’s not simply an evolution in me; it’s an evolution in gaming, too. Now, you possibly can inform a narrative in a way more full manner as a result of you’ve the graphics to point out actually nuanced facial expressions and issues like that. Now it’s this actual storytelling medium. It’s not that there wasn’t any story earlier than in video video games, however I believe it was way more about having enjoyable urgent buttons.

You had talked about that you just typically stick with sure builders or franchises and also you listed a few names. Have been there some other franchises that you just hold a watch out for?
I hold tabs on Jonathan Blow, creator of Braid and The Witness. I hold tabs on Playdead, [the developers that made] Limbo and Inside. I preferred these video games so much. That sport firm makes good video games. They’re a very completely different type of sport, however I do get pleasure from them. I don’t suppose it has a launch date but, however the sequel to The Talos Precept, which is a puzzle sport I actually loved. I extremely advocate it. It’s not probably the most polished sport, however the mechanics of the puzzles had been actually stimulating. Supergiant makes good video games. The dudes that made Tremendous Meat Boy and Binding of Isaac [Edmund McMillen and Tommy Refenes]. Fumito Ueda. These are a few of my favs that, each every now and then, I’m like, “I’m wondering what they’re as much as,” and I look it up. Often it’s like, “Nonetheless in improvement! It’s been 10 years, but it surely’s gotta be excellent!”

I’ll at all times play a brand new God of Struggle sport. I believe they’ll do no unsuitable. I actually get pleasure from God of Struggle, the previous and the brand new.

Do you’ve a desire between the extra fashionable [titles] and the PS2/PS3 period?
They’re each so good. I believe I do just like the newer ones slightly bit extra within the sense that they’re extra complicated, however not overly complicated. The fight is extra detailed, there are ability timber and upgrades and issues, but it surely’s not a few of these huge open-world RPGs the place it’s identical to, I can’t even begin on that as a result of it’s simply an excessive amount of; I don’t wish to become involved. I really feel like the brand new God of Struggles do that actually properly; type of a streamlined complexity, if you’ll. However, man, these first few video games on the PS2 the place you simply hack ‘n’ slash and kill gods, it’s so easy.

It definitely provides a way of scale. Within the cowl story, you had talked about one of many good issues about doom being the epic sound or environment or tone, a really huge sense of scale, just like be present in God of Struggle.
So true, and that’s most likely one of many issues they do finest.

Are there any franchises that you just was once into and saved checking in and finally simply type of stopped?
Not likely. I imply, positively ones that I don’t play as a lot. I used to like taking part in Virtua Fighter. I like that arcade sport. And Tekken; taking part in that on the console was actually enjoyable. And I simply don’t actually discover myself as concerned with taking part in that type of sport anymore. You’ll be able to put Mortal Kombat and Road Fighter in there, too. It’s nonetheless enjoyable, but it surely’s not what I’m actually trying to do with a online game. I don’t suppose that it’s aged poorly or, like, I am going again and I’m like, “Yeah, this isn’t good.” It’s simply not what I’m after.

Are there any video games which are developing that you’re wanting ahead to?
The sport that I used to be actually wanting ahead to just lately got here out, and that was the Hogwarts Legacy sport. I massively loved it and I simply hope that they’re making some DLC for it. I used to be of that excellent age that I used to be very into Harry Potter—the books and the flicks. There have been a pair video games and I didn’t actually like them very a lot. So after they began teasing this sport, I used to be like, “Whoa, it’s open world and like Elder Scrolls-looking. That appears cool.” I bought that sport. That was the final huge sport that I shelled out for—that and God of Struggle—that I sank plenty of hours in and completely loved.

That is additionally me being a “bizarre gamer”: I don’t know all of what’s on the horizon. I don’t search out all of the information. I don’t know what’s about to come back out. There’s nothing on the horizon for me proper now that I’m enthusiastic about besides this obscure notion of a brand new Elder Scrolls sport that’ll most likely nonetheless be one other 5 years.

Prosaic is out July 21 by way of Profound Lore Data and could be pre-ordered right here.
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