Some of My Favorite Binding of Isaac Items Part 1

Hello everyone, and welcome to a new topic! As mentioned before, The Binding of Isaac is one of my favorite video games of all time. With an amazing 547 items, the amount of synergies are literally endless. The following will be a multiple part series on my favorite items, and the awesome synergies that go with it. Now, let’s dive into the basement, and start our crazy adventure!

  • (Obvious Choice) Brimstone: Type: Passive Item Cosmetic Change: Transforms Issac into a black demon with red eyes and massive horns. Location: Item Room (Requires some specific items to appear) or Devil Room Effect: Changes Isaac’s tears into a chargeable blood laser that deals his damage for 13 ticks. The laser pierces the entire terrain in a horizontal pattern. If you have 20/20, the beam doubles, and if you have Loki’s Horns, the beam can shoot in a cross-shaped pattern. Lastly, there’s the crazy synergy with Tammy’s Head that literally melts enemies and bosses alike. 

Good old Brimstone! This item was first introduced to the game in the Wrath of the Lamb expansion, and I immediately fell in love with it. The laser is a fantastic early game item, and the ridiculous synergies with it can make you win instantly. 



  • Fruit Cake Type: Passive Location: Item Rooms  Cosmetic Change: Issac’s tears are colored like a rainbow. Effect: Every tear that Issac shoots has a random effect ranging from Antigravity to Wiggle Worm. Synergies: Combine this item with 3 Dollar Bill for crazy status effects and unpredictable damage. You can also combine it with any bomb-type item for random bomb effects.

I absolutely adore this item! I love the concept of randomness in video games, and this fits the concept to a T. While it can occasionally backfire and kill you, it’s a blast to pick up on any run.

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Asher’s Pub (Thursdays)

Hello fellow Cicerones! It’s Thursday, and my Pub is open once again! I hope you guys are ready for some awesome drinks. Now, let me fix you up something special!

  • The Bate’s Special (Psycho Cocktail) 


  • 1 oz. Cinnamon Schnapps
  • 1 oz. Butterscotch Schnapps
  • 1 oz. Milk
  • 2 drops grenadine

Directions: Add cinnamon schnapps. butterscotch schnapps, and milk to a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake vigorously. Strain into a chilled coupe glass. Garnish with 3 drops of grenadine.



  • Zombie Brain Hemorrhage (Zombie Cocktail)


  • 1/2 oz. Peach schnapps
  • 1/2 oz. Irish cream
  • 1/2 oz. Jager
  • Dash of grenadine

Directions: Pour peach schnapps into a shot glass. Using a bar spoon, layer the Irish cream on top. Drop a few drips of grenadine into the top so it pulls down the cream.


My Favorite Spells In Hearthstone Part 1

Note: These are spells I haven’t gone over yet, so no copies will appear on this post.

Hello fellow Tavern Dwellers! It’s time for another Hearthstone post. This specific post will go over my favorite spells. Spells are the “Bread and Butter” of a deck, and can make or break a game. Many spells have various synergies, and some decks even completely are comprised of them. Now, let’s begin!

  • Polymorph Type: Mage Neutral Spell  Mana Cost: 4 Appearance: A mage turning someone into a sheep. Effect: Transform a minion into a 1/1 sheep.

Good old Polymorph! This card is pure rage incarnate, and is still used today. The ability to transform an incredibly beefy minion into a weak pathetic one is very useful. It also silences the minion, so you don’t have to worry about any lingering effects. Overall, an absolutely fantastic card.



  • Defile Type: Rare Warlock Spell Mana Cost: 2 Appearance: A chaotic portal with dark tendrils. Effect: Deal 1 damage to all minions. If any die, cast this again.

When this card came out in the Knights of the Frozen Throne expansion, I didn’t think much of it. But now, I use it in every Warlock deck that I make. This card is one of the best board clearing tools in the game. It’s quite fun to throw this spell out on a full board with spell damage, and watch the chaos ensue. 



  • Ultimate Infestation Type: Druid Epic Spell Mana Cost: 10 Appearance: An army of blue ghouls with yellow teeth. Effect: Deal 5 damage. Draw 5 cards. Gain 5 armor. Summon a 5/5 ghoul.

It’s time for the Swiss-Army Druid! This card has so many good things going for it, that many people use it to end the game. It deals damage, has draw power, gives you armor, and allows you to summon a powerful minion. It’s a very unique effect, and no other card in the game can do what this can.


More Crazy Pokemon Clover Pokedex Entries (Every Other Monday)

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Hello fellow Pokemon Trainers! It’s time for us to take a look at some more crazy entries. Now, let’s begin!

  • Niterpent (The Experiment Pokemon) #382 Type: Fire/Electric Legendary  Ability: Tinted Lens (Doubles damage of “Not Very Effective” moves) Appearance: An awesome mechanized snake. Ht: 19’01” Wt: 396.8 lbs Male Only   Base Stats: HP: 81 Attack: 141 Defense: 85 Sp. Atk: 141 Sp. Def: 71 Speed: 101 Base Stat Total 620: (Highest Base Attack and Special Attack of all Fire-types and Highest Base Attack of all Electric-types.) Weak to Rock, Water, and Ground

Entry: Supposedly a haywire war machine, Niterpent converts anything nearby into metal. It acts oddly at times, as if receiving far-off signals. 



  • Dowster (The Shade Pokemon) #077 Ghost/Psychic Type Abilities: Shadow Tag (Prevents Escape) or Cursed Body (Has a 30% chance to disable foe’s move on contact) Evolves from Deemdow when exposed to a Moon Stone Gender Ratio: 50/50 Appearance: A red poltergeist. Ht: 5’07” Wt: 168.9 lbs Base Stats HP: 80 Attack: 125 Defense: 50 Sp. Atk: 135 Sp. Def: 90 Speed: 70 Stat Total: 550 (Highest   Base Special Attack of all Psychic and Ghost Types and the Highest Base Attack of all Psychic types.) Immune to Normal and Fighting.

Entry:  This Pokemon hides in people’s houses, making itself invisible and moving objects with its PSI to make the house look haunted.


Asher’s Pub (Thursdays)

Hello fellow Cicerones! It’s Thursday, and my Pub is open once again! I hope you guys are ready for some awesome drinks. Now, let me fix you up something special!

  • Do You Want To Play A Game? (Saw Cocktail)


  • Raspberries
  • 1 oz. Heavy whipping cream 
  • 1 oz. Chambord
  • 1 oz. Vodka
  • Twizzler pinwheels

Directions: In an ice cube tray, add one raspberry for each cube then fill with water. Freeze. Muddle fresh raspberries in the bottom of a rocks glass. Combine heavy cream, Chambord, and vodka in a cocktail shaker and shake vigorously. Add the raspberry ice cubes to rocks glass. Strain drink over ice. Garnish with a twizzler pinwheel. 



  • Blue Mountain Cocktail


  • 1 1/2 oz anejo rum
  • 1/2 oz Tia Maria® coffee liqueur 
  • 1/2 oz vodka
  • 1 oz orange juice
  • 1 tsp lemon juice

Directions: In a shaker half-filled with ice cubes, combine all of the ingredients. Shake well. Strain into an old-fashioned glass almost filled with ice cubes.

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My Least Favorite Legendary Hearthstone Minions

Hello fellow Tavern Dwellers! It’s time for another Hearthstone post! Today’s post will deal with Legendary Minions. This is, in my opinion, the worst Legendary Minions in the game. Now, let’s play!

  • Gormok the Impaler Type: Legendary Mana Cost: 4 Attack: 4 Health: 4 Appearance: An awesome, giant tusked warrior that reminds me of a human/mammoth hybrid. Effect: If you have at least 4 other minions, deal 4 damage.

It’s a real shame that such a cool looking card has such a crappy effect. Its stats are subpar for a 4-cost minion, and keeping 4 other minions alive is extremely hard to do.  If its stats were a bit stronger, it would actually be a pretty good card that didn’t just need to rely on its effect.



  • Hemet Nesingwary Type: Legendary Minion Battlecry Cost: 5 Attack: 6 Health: 3 Appearance: An epic-looking dwarf with a huge gun. Battlecry: Destroy a Beast.

This is one of the shittiest legendaries in the entire game. First of all, the stats are complete trash, and almost anything can run over this minion. Second, its effect is one of the worst destructions ever printed. Many minions have a destruction Battlecry, but this one only kills a specific tribe. If you get this card in a standard pack, dust it immediately!


Crappy Book Covers (Every Other Tuesday)

Hello fellow book lovers! It’s Tuesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more crappy covers. Now, let’s begin!

  • Death in the Australian Outback by Anthony E. Thorogood Release Date: December 5th, 2013 Genres: Humor, Mystery Plot: This is a series of crime novels with a large dash of humor.

This cover is one of the most pathetic that I’ve ever seen! It looks like it was done with little to no effort. The cover is of a poorly drawn man with a gun that’s larger than his face. He also has a very disgusted look on his face.

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  • Adventures of Silicon Jones (Maven Fairy Godmother Book 6) by Charlotte Henley Babb Released on: November 20th, 2018 Genres: Science Fiction and Fantasy Pages: 76 Plot: This is a book about a genius hacker that explores the fourth dimension.

This cover is schlocky awesomeness at its finest. We have a cool-looking bearded dude riding a motorcycle with a blue dinosaur’s head on the rim. Unfortunately, the cover is also nightmarish with the horrific, yellow abomination in the left side of the painting.