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Just saying, a good way to kick off 2018 would be to buy and play some of my games: drivethrurpg.com/browse/pub/10

Wizards of the Three Moons 2nd edition and the accompanying Anthology Deck are now available in print from DriveThruRPG! drivethrurpg.com/browse/pub/10

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If anyone out there has a podcast about RPGs, I have a new game coming out (Wizards of the Three Moons) and another in development (Glorious and Fearsome) that I'd be happy to come on and talk about, schedule permitting.

Got my artist for the Glorious and Fearsome Story Deck, and the manuscript for the game just passed the 10,000 word mark. (Going to have to rewrite a lot of that, but I still like the mark the occasion.)

Whew. Finally wrote all the cards and card meanings for the Story Deck. Now to find an artist.

If anyone out there has a podcast about RPGs, I have a new game coming out (Wizards of the Three Moons) and another in development (Glorious and Fearsome) that I'd be happy to come on and talk about, schedule permitting.

Taking an informal poll: which of these card backs do you like the best?

My next project is titled Glorious and Fearsome. It is primarily a reimplementation of Everway, but with DNA borrowed from subsequent games like Nobilis and Exalted to hopefully improve some of Everway's design weaknesses or oversights.

Wizards of the Three Moons second edition news! PDF available now, POD coming soon (when I get proofs to approve). wordpress.com/post/parenthesis

My brain just parsed the word "astrophotography" as "astrophagy", which is an idea I want to work with now.

Oh lord, an idea for a new game just swept into my head like a hurricane.

Wizards of the Three Moons is so close to done, you all! And there's going to be a print option this time!

@edheil It occurs to me that Game Chef and its ilk are along the lines of what I was thinking of earlier. But I really wonder if there's a sustained community dedicated to deliberately using constraints as creative drivers.

Is there a tabletop RPG equivalent to Oulipo?


Choose three books to serve as the D&D core rules.

PHB: A Wrinkle in Time, Madeleine L'Engle
DMG: Invisible Cities, Italo Calvino
MM: Perdido Street Station, China Mieville