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#whyistayonmastodon sounds like an giant undecipherable mess of sounds.
#WhyIStayOnMastodon reads out "Why I Stay On Mastodon" 😄
(Reason #44 I stay here: my previous requests like this have been generally well-received, proving that most people are awesome.)
And people - like the PCs - sneak over the border to recover magical artifacts to sell to collectors.
So I'm looking for ideas of what might be inside the perimeter here.
What are some interesting, strange or unpredictable things the player characters might find there? What are the ruins of 1950s Las Vegas like when overrun with magical effects?
So say that when the US was testing nuclear bombs just outside Las Vegas, something went wrong and a bomb ripped an interdimensional hole in reality. On the other side of the hole was another reality. Weird supernatural creatures poured forth and destroyed the city.
The military was eventually able to cordon off the city and (mostly) contain these threats. But the area near the portal is now full of unpredictable magical effects.
Wait, is the James Bond movie GoldenEye named after a species of duck? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_goldeneye
That seems like an odd choice for a spy themed action movie, but I'm not part of the Broccoli family, so what do I know?
If I wasn't basically *stressed* because of the ridiculous amount of RPGs I have bought recently that I haven't even had the chance to *see*, I would buy the Black Lives Matter 2 Bundle:
If nothing else, for War Birds (https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/188024/War-Birds) and Winterhorn (https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/201891/Winterhorn).
Or, I don't know. Maybe I'll buy the bundle anyway 😓😓😓
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A group of 30-something, someone with kids, someone always traveling for his job, can't realistically dream to have a DnD campaign (especially because no one wants to be the gm).
There are GM-less system well suited for one-shot. Come oooon >_<
In case you missed it, Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality will give you a giant bundle of indie games for whatever price you want (default 10 USD, minimum 5 USD). The bundle is growing all the time. Even if you buy now, you'll probably get access to more games within the next few days.
"All proceeds will be donated to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund and Community Bail Fund split 50/50."
"Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality" at Itch already past half way to the $2,000,000 fundraising goal.
740 works from 564 creators.
"All proceeds will donated to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund and Community Bail Fund split 50/50."
If I told you I'm going to go to a protest, and taking my kids, you might say (to me or to yourself) "That's crazy. That's dangerous."
Why would you say that?
What, in that situation, puts my kids in danger?
Obviously, it's the cops.
You know that, instinctively.
You know the risk of harm is there, and you know where it originates.
Protests about dangerous and unnecessarily violent cops are happening for a good reason.
You know that too.
My game and many others appear in this bundle of games raising money for bail funds for protesters. Because we all need to support the fight for racial equality however we can.
There are several levels of donation, you can donate whatever you can afford.
You have two more days to take advantage of the GUMSHOE one-2-one bundle:
Two core books: Cthulhu Confidential written by Robin D. Laws, Chris Spivey, and Ruth Tillman, and Nights Black Agents: Solo Ops by Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan, plus many different adventures.
One GM. One Player. Two amazing games.
If you roll 9 d20s and take the middle result, it gives you almost exactly the same probability bell curve as 3d6.
I doubt this is useful to anyone, but I think it's strangely pleasing.
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