This isn't a "repost things I found on the internet" kind of blog, but sometimes I can't help myself.
This board game session report is astounding at first glance for its length, but what truly sets it apart is the fact that it is written as a literary think piece. Yes, friends, this is one of the few times when the veil is lifted and the boardgaming hobby creates art. I have read nothing like this in more than 10 years of gaming.
It may, perhaps, be too dense for non-boardgamers, but I hope not. From where I'm standing, this is a "Why we play boardgames" manifesto disguised as a novella disguised as an internet post.