Looking at an art print, warning about Boglin stains, and trying out another electronic offering from Ideal.
It’s time to get spooky… even if it is November. Let’s look at another Halloween Boglin, Bog O’ Bones!
Checking out Blue Kneep, the Bog o’ Bones and Blobkin Imps, and the all-new Imp Grumph. This is IMPORTANT!
We take a look at Kwirk, one of the two electronic Boglins released in 1987. He has light-up eyes, noises, and two alleged children!
Those paid mods that Bethesda said weren’t paid mods turned out to be paid mods and also worse than paid mods. The Creation Club has gifted a bounty unto Fallout 4, and it looks like things are little too much like microtransactions and mods got welded together horrifically.
Gross for one, gross for all, we play with a… Madball!
Taking a look at the brand new Imps, handmade by bro-bro Tim Clarke!
Also looking at Glork, The Evolved Boglin.
This one gets a bit gross.
Let’s look at some Boglin pins. They were recently released. I enjoy them because they make me look beautiful and spectacular I am going to seduce with you yes.
Your #1 Boglin Boy scrubs his little Boglins on camera for your pleasure. More like BoglinWASH, right?
Jim Sterling goes on a slimming diet, breaks news about an evolved Boglin, unboxes a rare Trickster from Tim Clarke himself, and eats Wheat Crunchies.