Help me run a tiny summer camp!
I teach at an alt school in a 2/3 minority, very poor community. Well-heeled families also send use their kids because we’re an amazing school.
Every June, a couple parents approach me to do summer things with their kids. They’re always great kids, but they’re also the families who can afford to pay a teacher out of pocket.
This year, I’m taking one kid under my wing paid for by his dad, and another whose parents can’t.
A big honeybee hard at work on a little Rosa multiflora blossom. She's longer than the petals! And there were so many baby roses that the plant smelled amazing without having to get too close. #florespondence
I finished reading Agon. I found it interesting if a bit dry honestly. But the system itself seems cool
I like that, by default, everyone is rolling and you are rolling for "contests" not for /checks/
I think I would like the hacks more than Agon itself, but it's worth checking for the ideas.
I'm thinking of some small hacks for one-shots in my local store, based on our own mexican myths, that'd be interesting, even if it sounds like a ton of work
OSE I also played OSE!
@nickwedig I've been checking a few, thatnks! At the same time my brain worms want to know the differences from the original so I'm still reading it xD
Burning 2800Cal against 2200 ingest is intense too xD
I used competitive swim before covid, at a local level, still I was on competitions at least twice a month. I really liked it
Training didn't felt right once the pandemic hit and competitions stopped so there wasn't much point anyway. Conversely gained a lot of weight that I had lost in the previous years; not uncomfortable about that, it's just a fact
Recently I started with training and diet again
I had forgotten how on the edge you can get when you consume near zero carbohydrates
@rafial this is very interesting. I'd say that over half my job is reading code, and while I'm sure it is a skill, my head thinks of it as a basic programming skill, which is not what this article suggests
It took me until page 360 to realize a "Luck Check" is a roll under the luck score.
It is stated in page 19. But it works so different than the other systems that even though **I know I read it** my brain just didn't registered it
Up to this point luck seemed weird, because I was expecting it to be rolled against a nebulous DC
But a roll under makes a lot of sense... it's just weird in the context of the other systems, because luck is also an "Ability Score" but can work differently sometimes
Holy shit: Jeremy Strandberg (author of the amazing Dungeon World blog Spouting Lore) archived 31 Google+ communities by converting them to WordPress posts, preserving 37,000 G+ posts in the process.
I stumbled across this today. It feels like finding a literal treasure trove.
if I were to make something TTRPG related from this, it would look like this maybe: https://seedlinggames.github.io/blogging/worldbuilding/bikes_solarpunk_draft.html
Hey, RPG & mystery heads (as well as M of Ragged Feathers completionists):
The KS campaign for Brindlewood Bay is winding down so if you think an RPG that's like "Murder She Wrote" meets Lovecraft sounds fun, make sure to get a pledge in.
I'm writing a little mystery for it featuring race horses, a witch, and /murder!/
Mystery-solving grannies! Cozy crimes and a weird occult story hidden in the background!
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