That day has come when all manner of ghouls and goblins will run among us, free from their place in the shadows.
Today the darkness steps into the light and the light is diminished… if only for a spell.
Today the veil between this world and the world of the macabre draws thin.
Today we’re given a glance into the night… and the night is given license to glance back.
And so, before the sun sets on this All Hallows’ Eve, I provide you the pathway to the final Trilogy of Terror! offering:
As requested by a visitor to the site*, I’ve managed to convince Randy to perform a dramatic reading of Edgar Allen Poe’s classic poem of unrequited love and mourning, The Raven.
Of course I haven’t told him anything about the poem… and, since I promised to pretend to be Edward for a few games of Hunters vs. Vampires later, I’ve even gotten Stacy to join in on the fun.
As always the transcript will be posted to the KORPG Forums soon.
Now for those wondering why I’m sending you offsite to view the movie, rest assured that while I’d prefer to embed the video here, I don’t believe I can until Plotagon releases a way to export the video.
I have it from fairly high up in the company that’s a feature they’re planning/considering in the near future. – Kevin
However, given that I’m still scrambling to find a good, easy video making product, I don’t want to blow an opportunity with this one. And a portion of Plotagon’s TOS reads quite plainly:
You may not use, copy, reproduce, modify, republish, upload, post, transmit or distribute any Plotagon Content on a stand-alone basis in any form or for any means.
That’s pretty clear. No putting the video anywhere but their site. So even tossing the video into an iframe isn’t in the cards right now.
Nevertheless, what is provided is sufficient for our purposes. For now you’ll all just have to follow the link and watch the video at my KORPG Plotagon page.
Happy Halloween everyone. I hope you enjoy the evening as much as I.
Eat lots of candy.
Give out lots of sweets.
But never let go of the wonder and imagination that allows you to stay just a little scared.
*If you have any ideas on what we should do next Halloween – post them and I’ll see about getting to work.
Happy Halloween from KORPG™