Random Ramblings #13: Back from the Army (for a bit) Edition

I’m back for a tiny bit so I thought to say hi.

Yesterday I finished the first stage of my training. When my leave ends I’ll be entering the next stage, which is considered harder. But I’ll survive.

From the days I’ve spent in the army, some things have cleared up a bit. I was expecting certain aspects to be harder that they actually are. But also, some others were actually harder than I was expecting them to be. But it’s fine. The important is that the overall treatment of the soldiers in training is adequate.

The next leave I will be granted is some time around Christmas. It’s two months away but only one of the two will be hard. Once the second stage of the training is complete, things get smoother.

At least I’ll return to my base, because during training we are getting moved around.

But what matters is that I am back now. And to celebrate my (short) return, I’m putting the Enchanted Tools on sale.

You can use this link right here to get the Tools at 20% off. I call this Back from Army Sale: The Beginnening. As the title of the sale implies, there will be more in the future.

As for other news, I’m back right on time to back the Kingdoms & Warfare Kickstarter project, by MCDM Productions. I’m planning on making a podcast review of it when it arrives. In case you’ve missed it, I’ve already reviewed Strongholds & Followers with my friend, Anastasios.

That’s all that comes to mind right now. When I get some more sleep I may have more to talk about. I hope you’re all doing great.

And until next time, have fun!

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