Three authors / game designers that I adore. Closest I've come to getting them to sign my book in person but it will have to do for now.

Signatures of Chris Spivey, Ruth Tillman, and Robin D Laws; Cthulhu Confidential.

Looking for a tabletop RPG bundle about transhumanism written by anarchists and is available under the CC-BY-NC-SA license?

Look no further:

@PaulCzege (Of that list John Glenn is the one that doesn't belong. JoDee actually met John Glenn with a story that she needs to tell because I can't do it nearly the justice it deserves.)

The major innovation in RPGs in the past 20 years is "make failure interesting."

Starting to have a crisis of faith on whether or not I want to keep my PbtA books now that Blades in the Dark seems to have pushed into that territory, and I never managed to really wrap my head around PbtA.

@PaulCzege @kensanata @n0mn0m @sage Like most things people got sucked back into the ocean rather than the shoreline. Still here and still plugging away on the keys.

Thanks to @paulczege for pointing me in the direction of the Game Essays jam, for it uncovered this gem of an essay about hacking with Blades in the Dark:

Not just for folks who are converting Blades in the Dark.

#ttrpg #gamedesign

@mdhughes Much like Disney I'm not about to give them any of my money without some deep trickery. Let the rest of the world prop them up; I'll prop up other folks as I see fit.

@mdhughes anyone who is part of a lawsuit against the Internet Archive is dead to me. Period. Full-stop.

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