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Been thinking a lot lately about what draws me to indie RPGs, and realizing that the sweet, supportive, and progressive people in these spaces are key for me. If it weren’t for people and spaces like these, it wouldn’t matter to me how cool the games themselves are—I wouldn’t be able to get excited about them. I might not even be able to play them—as it is, I only get to play rarely. That mostly leaves talking about games, which I DO do a lot. And I wouldn’t want to talk about games with jerks.

@JasonT I enjoy how approachable and enthusiastic people are as well! And I'm always inspired by ingenuity in the community full of people who've accomplished things with shoestring budgets.

Somehow, that makes it easier to try to do this.

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