"The Fruitful Void" is only narrowly applicable, and mostly caters to my desire to name something after a bit of Forge jargon and then promote it heavily enough to ruin the SEO of "Fruitful + Void + RPG" to protect future game designers.
Continued adventures in “pretending I understand how makeup works.” https://instagr.am/p/Cg93UljpcLe/
Me, struggling not to laugh: "So that book... well it's more of a magazine, with lots of pictures of scantily-clad ladies, uh... smooching."
Her: "I pick that one, it sounds nicer than the others."
Amber got Fourth House and is rightfully upset about it. Then Miles wondered what we were talking about, so we invited her to take the test with us (briefly forgetting it includes the phrase "Frontline Titties of the Fifth") and she got Third House, which is pretty solid.
In what I hope will be a surprise to nobody, I have been firmly placed in the Sixth House, where all the nerds live.
(Notwithstanding the fact that “nerd” applies to anyone who takes a What Locked Tomb House Are You? quiz.)
Find out yours: https://www.riddle.com/view/394383
What if, instead of doing the paying work with the looming deadline, I started writing something for the One-Page RPG Jam?
What if it was just "let's do Star Trek Adventures but in one page?"
So, my daughter made an infographic about the Big Bang, and insisted that I share it with the world. So hey. Want to learn what a 7-year-old thinks the Big Bang was all about?
It would make her day if you checked it out!
Okay, so the ass-backwards solution to this problem is that I can convert my text to a series of QR codes, scan them on my phone, and upload them to Google Drive.
This is chaotic, but I can dig it.
The beach had an excellent view of the Space Needle, which Miles was excited by.
It looked a lot bigger in person! https://instagr.am/p/CgqMfvqrSu6/
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