When you think about rainbows and glitter do you think about unicorns too? I do, but when you think about unicorns do you also try to figure out what their poop looks like? I do not! These cookies are what I believe that unicorn poop looks like. Unicorn poop, or rainbow poop, shows up quite often in video games. In the Binding of Issac has rainbow poop that actually restores all of your red hearts and in Deathspank there is a side quest where you have to collect unicorn poop. Either way you picture what a unicorn's poop looks like, this is what I believe it should look like. (recipe from kidsactivitiesblog.com, adapted by RubyKitty)
For those that grew up with Avatar: The Last Airbender on TV, I think it’s safe to say we all wished that bending the elements was an actual thing. The Legend of Korra finished at the end of last year and while tLoK had an overall different feeling than A:tLA, the bending was still very much rad as hell. Many games have been made on the Avatar series with the most recent entry being an arcade game available on XBLA, PSN and PC. The Legend of Korra game was released by Platinum Games in 2014.
If you haven’t seen either A:tLA or tLoK, it is set in a world where many people are able to ‘bend’ the elements water, earth, fire and air with the world divided into four nations, each known for their respective element. While benders can refine their skills, each is confined to a singular element. The Avatar is a person capable of bending all 4 elements, continually reincarnated to act as a peace-keeper. Set between the show’s second and third season, the game puts you in the shoes of Korra, the young, head-strong teenage Avatar who has to deal with the sudden appearance of a mysterious shaman who is rallying Korra’s old enemies against her.
There are two kinds of people in the world; people who think dragons are the coolest and people who are just plain lying to themselves. Divinity 2: Ego Draconis, released on PC and X360 back in 2010, is a fantasy RPG that lets you play as Dragon Knight complete with the ability to turn into a big, fire-breathing dragon.
Divinity 2’s story starts off with the player at the end of his life-long training to become a Dragon Slayer. Shortly after your initiation, the universe quickly decides that it would be funnier if you were turned into the creature you’d dedicated your life to eradicating. Except it turns out being a Dragon Knight isn’t so bad after all and from there you set off on a quest to save your home realm of Rivellon from a greater evil, an organisation called the Black Ring run by some guy named Damian.