Shakespeare Summarized: Titus Andronicus

So some of you might have picked up on the fact that I tend to use Macbeth as a ruler to measure overall goriness of various texts; for example on a scale of 1-to-Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet would be maybe a 4 while something like Hamlet would be a solid 9. Now, this is a […]

History Summarized: Venice 1 (Better Version In Description)

Actually, I personally am feeling, like I’ve been waiting to make this Venetian series forever, but that’s cool, thanks, Taylor you do you so anyway get ready because this is the history of the Venetian Hotel and Casino Las Vegas, Nevada constructed in 1997, it opened in 1999 the Venetian Hotel is the largest hotel […]

History Summarized: Scotland

In researching this video I very quickly learned a valuable lesson about how little the Scots mess around. “Okay”, I thought “the Scots in the English hate each other, sure, but it can’t be THAT bad, honestly.” So I took a little peruse to see how many times the two actually fought each other and […]

Shakespeare Summarized: Othello

Man, Shakespeare loves his miscommunication something awful. Even his comedies feature people misunderstanding each other, making incorrect assumptions and jumping to conclusions. And when he writes a tragedy rooted in a failure to communicate, the tragedy is doubled by how easily it could have been prevented. Othello is the story of one guy who tricks […]

Definition & Examples of Summarizing

Summary, in its simplest form, is an articulation of a source’s basic argument and main points. What this means is that it’s broad in nature. A summary doesn’t focus on one idea or fact from a source. Instead, it gives an overview of the entire source. This overview should include the source’s central thesis, argument, […]

Classics Summarized: Oedipus Rex

Of all the names we associate with Greek literature, the most famous belonged to the great heroes; Odysseus, known for taking 10 years to sail 500 nautical miles, Hercules for great feat of strength, like killing his helpless family, Achilles, for having the dumbest weakness since the aliens in Signs, And of course, who can […]

December 2019 Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen News in ONLY 60 secs! | The Baz Flash ep. 13

Hello my name is Bazgrim welcome back to The Baz Flash, the hottest Pantheon news in only 60 seconds. Allow me to get you up to speed with what’s been going on in the game’s development lately so you can get on with your day. The Visionary Realms team will be streaming live Pantheon gameplay […]

History Summarized: The Maya, Aztec, and Inca

All righty! Let’s cover the great civilizations of the New World, from the time before the Old World made the New World New by killing most of the New World and reconstructing it to be way more Old World-y. That’s a mouthful. Anyway, three great civilizations: the Inca, the Aztec, and the Maya. The Maya, […]

History Summarized: Hatshepsut

History Summarized: The Wild West

The Wild West is an alluring yet tricky historical setting, partly because despite how comparatively recent and familiar it is to most of us, the lines between the realistic and the fantastic are astoundingly blurry. A lot of that confusion can be attributed to the emblematic character archetype of the cowboy. In real life, they […]