@lumrunner Yep. I'm here. :)
Thanks to Brie Sheldon who interviewed me for Five or So Questions on the Playmaker awards. See here for the interview http://briebeau.com/thoughty/2019/02/five-or-so-questions-on-the-playmaker-awards/ or here for some excerpts https://www.twitter.com/richardauthor/status/1095954189707026432
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It's kinda sad to me that the RPG community decided that Twitter is where the bulk of where G+ refugees landed.
Fate Space Toolkit, $10 for prototype PDF and eventual final version PDF.
“TL;DR: There’s no art, but sales of this will help us get art, and once we get art, we’ll upgrade your PDF to one with art at no added cost.”
@paulczege I'd never thought of it that way, but I wonder if it's true. Though I'm not sure how you'd validate this.
@brightneedle Today I'm making progress with Django Crispy Forms, which is making me happier because I don't like front-end development
@Halfjack Thinking of migrating to itch.io or just feel like that's where you're finding more joy in design?
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Finally pulled the plug on my G+ account.
Sleep well, fair prince.
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Google to G+ users: Go to hell.
(responses to this telling me how evil Google is will be ignored, so save us both the trouble and kindly keep them to yourself).
@paulczege Wow, this is a hard one. Not sure who springs to mind.
and then a thing of my own which you can get on DriveThruRPG is "The Creeping Kudzu: A Monster Zine"
It's a #kudzupunk monster concept + stats for a subset of systems. Pay what you want.
Or if you prefer Itch.io
https://arkhamarchivist.itch.io/creepingkudzu (where I set it at $1 minimum)
If you're in the USA and want some quality role playing material you can get some of the overstock from Evil Hat publishing at a great price:
War of Ashes: Fate of Agaptus is an absolute steal here, written by @MechanteAnemone.
Don't let these quality books and games become write-offs. Pick some up today.
@kensanata Sadly I didn't see the poll. Not that I really put much stock in trying to define a label, let alone the OSR.
It's kind of like the tiresome discussions about defining music genres. 😁
A Mastodon instance for tabletop gamers.