Among the Chapter I objectives in Diablo III is one that requires players to complete a set of five Bounties. It doesn’t matter which act the player chooses to work on.Continue Reading “Season 19: Lucky Bounties”
Calvin Moretti dropped out of college and has returned to his parent’s home. He has student loan debt that he must be find a way to pay off. So, he gets a job in something completely unrelated to what he went to college for.
His father is sick, and has been laid-off from his lifelong career as an airline pilot. His mother tells Calvin that they are behind on the mortgage and could lose the house. The story is fiction, but feels like something that many families have lived through.Continue Reading “The Sleepy Hollow Family Almanac – by Kris D’Agostino”
It is always a good idea to try the Challenge Rift at the start of a new Season in Diablo III. Players who are able to complete it before the timer runs out will receive a valuable prize.Continue Reading “Season 19: Challenge Rift”
This video was created specifically so I could learn how to use new software. I have lost interest in streaming, but still wanted to record my game play.Continue Reading “Season 19: Season Rebirth”
Welcome to Jen’s Lore Corner, a podcast about the lore of the Diablo video game series. This podcast started as a segment on the Shattered Soulstone podcast. I decided to re-release those segments in their own podcast.
New content started with Episode 010.
In this episode, I talk about the the lore that is connected to the Diablo IV video that was released during BlizzCon 2019. I wrote a lengthy blog post about it, called Diablo IV: By Three They Come, before I recorded this episode.
Jen’s Lore Corner: By Three They Come – Episode 18 is a post written by Jen Thorpe on Book of Jen and is not allowed to be copied to other sites.
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Many people who experience mental health issues seek out help. In general, the person sees a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist who can assess the problem and determine a diagnosis. One thing is absolutely certain – a person seeking mental health care will never be diagnosed with Trump Derangement Syndrome (also referred to as TDS) because it simply does not exist.Continue Reading “Trump Derangement Syndrome Does Not Exist”
In this episode, I read a piece of my writing that is about what happens when websites that pay writers start making changes to how they calculate payment. I’ve been through this before. I know how this story ends – and I’m not looking forward to it.
I read “I Know How This Story Ends” on episode 052 of Words of Jen.
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Years ago, I started writing on a website that a few friends of mine had joined. The site (which no longer exists) paid people for the blogs they posted there. To me, a person who makes their income from freelance writing, it sounded like an exciting thing to try!Continue Reading “I Know how this Story Ends”
Neko Atsume is a game where the goal is to collect cats. Players do this by adding interesting items into their yard/home and waiting for the cats to use them.
The Mushroom House costs 25 gold fish in the Neko Atsume store. The flavor text for this item says: It’s as if a mushroom is growing in your room. A fluffy bed-house for cats. The inside is made of pure organic cotton.Continue Reading “Neko Atsume: Mushroom House”
I started off Season 18 fairly early, but not on the first night it opened. Unfortunately, I was unable to create much content from it due to technical difficulties and chronic illness getting in the way.
Much of my time was spent playing Classic WoW with a friend. By the time I decided to focus on Season 18, it was nearly over. I didn’t get very far in the Season Journey this time around.Continue Reading “Season 18 (Season of the Triune) – Progress”