Monday, 22 April 2013

Shalee lhaih 2013: Shiaghtin 16

Jerrey sheyoo hiaghtin jeig ny Shallee Lhaih. Shoh ny lhiah mee yn çhiaghtin shoh chaie:

Bakuman y.l. 15 (Ōba Tsugumi, Obata Takeshi)

Fondagh, myr t'eh dagh keayrt. Er lhiam dy vel ad beggan ass credjue dys freayll karracteyr ny ghaa 'sy skeeal, foddee, fir oddagh faagail gyn boirey orrym; agh t'eh mie ny yei shen. As ta anaase mooar aym er y "chimmeeys" ta goll er rish jerrey ny lioar. Er y laue elley, cha nel monney aitt 'sy lioar shoh: t'eh lane ard-haghyrtys, as cha nel monney spotçh aynjee, ny caa da Obata soilshaghey magh rheamys yn ellyn echey.

Eberron Campaign Setting

Lioar heihill anaasoil as mie-screeuit, er lhiam. T'ad er ny reaghey as oardraghey dy mie, ga dy bare lhiam ayndagh smoo er y fa dy vel ee lane focklyn as eieyn noa cochianglt. T'ee lane vree as annym gyn cosoylaght, as s'baghtal eh dy ren ad ram obbyr urree. Er lhiam dy vel ee share na Ravenloft 'syn aght shen, aght ennagh. Cha noddym jannoo briwnys fondagh gyn cloie, agh er lhiam dy ghoin taitnys assjee.

The end of week sixteen of the Reading Project. Here's what I've read this week:

Bakuman y.l. 15 (Ōba Tsugumi, Obata Takeshi)

Decent as always. I feel like they're pushing credibility to keep a couple of characters in the story when they could be allowed to fade out gracefully, but decent nevertheless. I'm also pretty interested to find out what's going on with the "crime wave" at the end of this volume. On the other hand it's not as amusing as most of the volumes; this one's full of melodrama, without much in the way of jokes, and Obata doesn't get a chance to show off the range of his art.

Eberron Campaign Setting

An interesting and pretty well-done setting book, I would say. It felt well-organised (though a more extensive index would have been nice given all the new terminology), characterful and clearly an awful lot of work went into it. It's very hard to evaluate it playwise from just a reading, but it feels like fun.

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