is interesting, so much to learn. Twice the exact same model for my and games, just different settings. It's really fiddly to find good values. But I wager once that's done it's going to be so much fun to print things. Now to learn how to best post process this PLA.

@darkade this looks amazing. I have a friend that swears on google sheets. The roller will be fantastic for him.

🎲I've been working on Yonder, a Free dice roller that works within google sheets

Right now it supports PbtA, FitD and d20-like games, as well as Troika and Flying Circus directly

Try it and let it me know if it works for you!!

➡️➡️➡️Get it here:

@thopan thanks mate. Can't wait to print something bigger.

I got my printer all set up, leveled and did some test prints. This stuff is addictive! So much fun.

@thechaosgrenade @artikid Wait, there is a newsletter? NCO is a blast as is FU2 so I am all there for this. Sounds amazing.

@KiloGex Yea, there are many ways to do it. I really dig the FU method for quick hacking games, it's so easy to adapt. One of my players commented "It fixes Fate" and I tend to agree, it did for us.

: X1 The Isle of Dread—An unboxing of the first scenario published for use with Expert Dungeons & Dragons by TSR, Inc. in 1980.

While I wanted to get a Prusa MINI+, for safety reasons because of the kid I decided to get an enclosed one instead. Since the budget is still a maximum of 500€ the choice became the QIDI I-Mate S. It should allow me to test a wide variety of materials. Got an optional PEI plate because I found that’s very popular and seems best for adhesion and release. Will be here at the weekend. Curious how long it will take me to get a print going!

@AudreyWinter I made my first unboxing video with them. I hope the mic is able to pick up my voice with the strange dialect.

@admiralducksauce @Sandra yes, it's great fun. Add a gambling mechanic where you can reroll non matched dice at the risk of loosing an already rolled success... That gets your adrenaline pumping. If it works out, better then a nat20 😀

Pondering dice resolution systems. One system I really like uses d6 dice pools where I have to match dice faces together. Say I roll 5 dice and get 2,2,3,3,4. I would have 2 matches or "successes". Bigger matches, bigger types of successes. Broken Compass uses this but I was wondering if anyone knows other systems, maybe with an open license, who do similar things?

Modern readers hearing about Forge critiques often don't seem to realize that at least some of the writers were strongly focused on Vampire 1st Edition, where:

The introduction says the object of play is to collaboratively create a story about humanity and monstrosity.

The rules tell you that characters are functionally superheroes with fangs.

The Storyteller is urged to use devices like foreshadowing in a way that assumes a railroad (not collaborative).

...It's mostly NOT about D&D.

@LordStargazer if you find words and want to talk you can chat me up. Just so you know.

So, earlier this evening, my 4 y/o son and I were in our back yard when he happened upon a large mushroom. I cautioned him not to touch it, but he did get down at eye level and said hello to it. Definitely my kid.

Using this to pass on to new friends here another free of mine... SHROOM GOONS. Tiny myconids on big adventures!

For people with visual impairments: what's the best way to write alt text for an image that contains a ton of information?

Specifically, I'm doing accessibility for D&D book that includes a dungeon map. The spatial relationships between rooms are vital information, but the alt text I wrote for this map is like 5 pages long, and I feel like that's too long to be helpful?

Boosts welcome on this toot.

Yochai Gal is one of the very best people I know making games and considering others and their experiences playing. He is the author of Cairn, a game inspired by Into the Odd and Knave, and it’s absolutely brilliant. This is about the NSR; a movement away from “OSR”, a label I have come to loathe personally. I hate labels in general, but the principles outlined at the link below fit well with my gaming preferences.

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