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@marcusn Have you looked at Talislanta? Might be out of the normal fantasy tropes enough to make it interesting for you.

talislanta.com/?page_id=5 has all of the PDFs for each of the versions of Talislanta, so you can go really old-school or have more modern design takes from the likes of Johnathan Tweet, Robin D. Laws,John Harper et al.

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@briecs Looks like the picture of Pixel that I used as my avatar for the longest time. She looked so metal in that photo. 🀘

@briecs I'm not great with dog breeds so I hope this is to specification:

Day five of a horrible migraine. I'm going to be behind on everything.

A couple ways you can help?

Call your reps to speak out against the border closing and cruelty.
Share the Turn Kickstarter link (tinyurl.com/TurnKS) cuz I'm too wiped to.
Send pics of Great Danes.πŸ’œ

Chris Crawford (erasmatazz.com) has retired from his Storytron project. It is now open source and has a new maintainer:

storytron.org

#interactive #storytelling #storytron

Waffling between my desires to talk about the shit storms going on and wanting to keep this place calm and without malice.

@Halfjack reading that comment thread reminded me why I am glad I moved away from the OSR. There's some good people there, but their prophets are a real pain.

The Torchbearer blog [torchbearerrpg.com/?p=532] linked two good old-school-style adventures today: The Beacon at Enon Tor, and Skogenby (included with Torchbearer).

I'm borrowing Tales from the Yawning Portal from my friend @Seacitygamer , and I've got B1 (In Search of the Unknown) and A0-4 I mentioned earlier.

What other OSR-style adventures should I be taking a look at?

Supporting dice.camp: a few people have asked about how to support dice.camp. The short answer is you don't have to. But if you want to help us meet our costs (about $20/month) we now accept contributions at ko-fi.com/dicecamp.

For some reason last night I decided that I wanted to pick up Atlantis: The Second Age (the Morrigan Press version) just to see what it's about. Also picked up the bestiary. I blame P.D. Breeding-Black's artwork on the cover of that one for the impulse buy.

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