Thero’s Top Five Tragic Couples in Video Games.

The course of true love doesn’t run smoothly in real life, so it doesn’t come as a huge surprise that video games have their fair share of tragic romances. Today, I am going to share with you my top five tragic couples in video games. I have two rules for this list: only one couple per series, otherwise this list will be dominated by only a couple of video game series and they must be couple from games I’ve played. As I’m talking about tragic events, beware of spoilers! You have been warned.

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Thero’s Top Five Time Periods For A Future Assassin’s Creed Game.

Wow, that was a pretty long title. Anyway, I know Assassin’s Creed Origins has only been released recently; but now that I can tick off Ancient Egypt as one of the settings I want for an Assassin’s Creed game, it has got me thinking as to where and when I want a future Assassin’s Creed game to be set. It’s taken some thinking, but I have narrowed it down to five, so enjoy!

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Thero’s Top Five Quests in Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

One of my favourite video game series is the Elder Scrolls, an open world fantasy role playing game that allows the player to do pretty much whatever they want. The game that introduced me to the franchise was the fourth game: Oblivion. Today, I thought I’d share with you guys, my top five quests to complete in Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. Be warned, as I am talking about some quests in detail, there may be spoiler if you haven’t completed these quests.

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Thero’s Top Five Books From Her Childhood.

Since I shared, my not-so wonderful, trip down memory lane with the Power Rangers; I thought I’d share some more memories with my top five books from childhood! So without further ado…


  1. The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis.

 I remember this book was read to my class when I was about seven years old and it was  probably the first fantasy novel I can remember. It’s about four siblings who discover the magical land of Narnia in the back of a wardrobe and the fight for the world between good and evil. Although I’ve read all seven books in The Chronicles of Narnia in series, this is my favourite because it was the first one I read.



  1. Fantastic Mr. Fox by Roald Dahl.

I’ve read quite a few of Roald Dahl’s books including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The BFG and George’s Marvellous Medicine but Fantastic Mr. Fox sticks in my mind, probably because it has an animal outwitting some humans (who wouldn’t enjoy that?). Even now, I love Roald Dahl’s way with description and wordplay.



The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz by L. Frank Baum.

This is another classic I enjoyed reading but one I didn’t really appreciate until I was older   and re-read it. This is one of those novels that has many layers to it and, depending on how much you want to read into it, has some interesting allusions to nineteenth century America. Like The Chronicles of Narnia, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz has inspired other fantasy novels. And let’s face it, you can’t go wrong with a book about a girl who goes against a witch with the help of a little dog, a scarecrow, a lion and  a man made of tin.



  1. Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone by J.K. Rowling.

 This was probably not a surprise, especially since my childhood was mostly in the 90s. If I’m being honest, the Harry Potter series (particularly the earlier books) was probably   responsible for revitalising my interest in the fantasy genre as I was entering my teenage   years. In case you haven’t read the books or seen the films (or haven’t been on the Internet   in recent years…); it’s about a young boy who discovers he is a wizard and goes off to a  magical school.



The Cat In The Hat by Dr. Seuss. 

Let’s finish off this list with a nonsensical book about, well, a cat in a hat. The thing I love   about this book is that it was written because Dr. Seuss didn’t like the books that were used in schools to teach children how to read and wanted to write something that would     entertain children. Well, I can safely say he succeeded.



So that’s it, my five favourite books from my childhood (that I can remember…). I would like to point out that you don’t have to be a child to read and enjoy these books. So why not pick up your childhood favourite book and lose yourself in some nostalgia…

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