Retirement Planning vs. Quest for the Amulet of Nargoth

Which Is Right for Me?

It's a common enough scenario. You're in your twenties or thirties, holding down a steady job. You're getting by, if not getting rich. You've put a little money away, but you wonder, Will it be enough? Simultaneously, you keep hearing whispers that the all-powerful Amulet of Nargoth, Necromancer King, was not destroyed in the Molten Swamp, as previously believed, but rather endures, infused with the power to satisfy every desire of the one who carries it . . . should he survive the battery of tests set by Nargoth.

What does retirement look like to you? The quality of life you expect for your golden years will dictate the work needed to achieve it. Do you imagine frequent travel? A second home? Ruling from a throne carved of pure amethyst, flanked by diamantine mountains that obscure the sun, and never again filling out a 401(k)-contribution form? Knowing your expectations will help you avoid disappointment later on.

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One Response:

  1. Kaleberg says:

    The most interesting thing is that this was published in a mainstream magazine. It's the kind of thing Something Awful has been cranking out for decades now.

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