Dekaron SEA on OPEN BETA

Dekaron SEA now on Open Beta beginning September 3, 10AM (Philippine Time) – That means 10 AM in the Philippines, not 10 AM “Filipino Time” hahaha…

That’s less than a day away, chumps. Maybe you think you’re ready for this, but nothing can prepare you for the most motherfucking bad-ass awesome gaming experience you can have online.

BTW, you’d have to pardon me whenever I get too excited and I start cursing out expletives. I’ll censor myself, don’t worry. Like fuck, yeah.

I’ll answer some frequently asked questions, that’ll put my job at risk. Hahaha…

Will there be a server wipe-out after the OBT? NO. I’ve told you before, THERE’S GOING TO BE NO SERVER WIPEOUT after the OBT.

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You Are Invited

Hello, everyone. See, recently, I have a novel that got published by Visual Print Enterprises. My novel’s called “Roles: A Not Quite Unreal Novel”, and to find out more, check out my personal site, .

Now, Visprint is going to have an event this Saturday, and you’re all invited.

VISUAL PRINT ENTERPRISES, publisher of bestselling titles such as ZsaZsa Zaturrnah and the Bob Ong series of books, is going to hold a meet-and-greet event for its 9 book creators, and illustrators.

Dubbed as 9-in-1 Kolektib Intelidyens, the event is set to be a one-of-a-kind celebration that is going to break free from the traditional manner in which book launchings and signings are held in the country. With each book creator having their own unique special presentation for the program, 9-in-1 Kolektib Intelidyens is bound to be one fully booked event.

As previously announced in his blog, Carlo Vergara is set to unveil the first 6-pages of the sequel to his phenomenal graphic novel Ang Kagilagilalas na Pakikipagsapalaran ni ZsaZsa Zaturrnah.

With books, and booze freely flowing, this is one literary event other publishing houses should take a page from.

9-in-1 Kolektib Intelidyens
May 24, 2008
3pm in the afternoon
Shop 33, Cubao Shoe Expo

Related Links:

Visual Print Enterprises
Carlo Vergara’s Blog
Carlos Malvar’s