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Paul Riddle @Paul_Riddle@dice.camp

Hey! I'm Paul Riddle, gamer nerd and creator of Undying. As with a lot of you, I'm looking to Mastodon as a go forward plan. If you knew me from g+, please friend me here too, thanks!

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Check out my interview with Avery Alder and Benjamin Rosenbaum on their current Kickstarter project Dream Askew // Dream Apart!

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Hey, guess what? I got to feature as a guest author over on Thoughty, writing about complexity in game design! Check it out:
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Harassment in Indie Games: Part 4 (Conclusion) - How

Content warning: sexual assault, sexual harassment, sexual violence, threats, online harassment, threats of violence, harassment and assault...

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@johnharper the combat system for the Regiment is proven. It's functional, but needs refinement and a big layout assist for quick acquisition of roll results. Much more work on my part to follow ;)

@johnharper Running first playstorming session of the Regiment v3.0 tonight!

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Harassment in Indie Games: Who, What, Where, Why, and HOW Part 1

Harassment in Indie Games: Who, What, Where, Why, and HOW Content warning: sexual assault, sexual harassment, sexual violence, threats, o...

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Reminder for folks on Mastodon; I have a long-running podcast full of RPG design and publishing related panels/seminars over at the RPG Design Panelcast which you can find at genesisoflegend.podbean.com/. Plenty of awesome to check out in the back catalogue.

First intro happened in grade school at after school care. Older kid ran a one on one RPG that he concocted in his head - probably inspired from an early Final Fantasy. Then, I lay fallow for a decade and awoke to the PC game Vampire the Masquerade: Redemption.

First played, bought, and run: D&D 3.0. Shortly after playing D&D for the first time, I played Vampire and it became my favorite RPG for the next decade. Then I discovered story games!