Thursday 3 September 2009

Farwell Mike and T&T Corner

I received an email this morning that saddened me. It was from a fellow Trollhalla dweller who has decided to leave the great Halla and take down the part of his website that stored some awfully cool T&T tools: Tunnels and Trolls Corner. The troll who handed in his resignation was Mike from Eposic, a very cool site dedicated to pen and paper roleplaying and speculate fiction.

I'm not completely sure of his reasons behind leaving, but, knowing Mike, they were damned good ones. I hope he still stays in touch with the Halla gang, but it looks like he and T&T have parted ways. It's sad to let an awesome troll go.


  1. "Hi:

    Two things

    1) I’d like your permission to (re)print your article on ‘Dollhouse’ for our website

    2) I was hoping we could use your ‘scribing’ talent for our website.

    The Best Shows Youre Not Watching (dot) com [all one word]
    ‘Dollhouse’ is one of our featured shows. We’re hoping to round up a few people who can occasionally contribute perspective (via an article/blog) on the shows – maybe a recent episode, future direction, plot shortcomings etc.

    What’s in it for you?
    Primarily a larger audience back channeled to your blog. We don’t pay but the site has a lot of promise and we're pretty excited about getting it off the ground. Let me know what you think.


  2. @TbsYnw

    No problem, reprint away.

    As for contributing, I will have to take a bit of time to think about it due to my current schedule. I will get back to you shortly. Thank you for the offer.

  3. Scott, thanks for the farewell. I briefly mention my reasons for stepping down as chief wizard of Trollhalla on my blog. I will add that the T&T Corner is once again accessible from Trollhalla, though I will not be maintaining, updating, or advertising it.

    As for Dollhouse, I liked the couple of episodes I saw of it last season well enough, but I'm trying to cut back on the amount of TV I watch, and it's easier to do that if I don't get pulled into watching new shows.