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: I'm Kit, I like games about feelings and people, ideally in weird (and especially spooky) circumstances. I make some, too. Been working on Et in Arcadia Ego, my Regency fantasy game, for a while, and have a few other smaller projects bubbling along.

You wanna play? Let's play.

This is my all-RPGs-all-the-time alt.

help I love her
Pia Klemp, the German ship captain who rescued migrants in the Mediterranean, as she refuses a medal from the mayor of Paris.

Everyone deserves a shot at existence, and everybody is owed a life with basic dignity with nothing asked in return of them.

I exist for my own sake, and for the sake of my friends and comrades. I exist for the sake of existence, because existence is worth fighting for.

I do not exist to sell my labor and I will not define my success in this enterprise of life by another's arbitrary metric, I will measure my success by my own wellbeing and growth as a person. If I am more generous but have less to give than I am still better than the man who has more but gives less.

Hi everyone! It's been forever. So I'm trying a thing, thought some of you might be interested. It's a very short, constrained game design jam:

Indigenous people!

Please share this and reply and be my friend! Let's create a community on here where we know we have someone who gets it!

I'll start, I'm Ojibwe. Raised away from the tribe, but am a full member now as an adult.

(If not indigenous, please still share, I wanna reach others)

I am leaning towards _The Witches of Fullerton_, but would anyone pick up on the reference of the town name? It's a Regency Fantasy game with gothic elements under the surface of a mannered Austenian layer. (Yeah, I'm looking at another take on this, but smaller and more focused.)

I think I like it.

(Nothing in this toot is binding, not even whether I'll make this game. Just toying around right now.)

What's your favorite _very English_ town name? Something that evokes Englishness, Regency, small tight communities, Capability Brown landscapes and parish churches, and all those things that I want to gently subvert in this game I'm noodling with?

Transition, age, why now Show more

Love when capitalists claim that life under socialism would mean no one actually owns anything, then they turn around and create subscription services for furniture.

@lumpley @meguey You recall that Swashbuckling Romance Patreon Preview from a ways back? Did anything more come out from that? Besides TKiD, I guess, which is clearly of that lineage.

We will see a time when the sole right to profit from anything will seem as insane as the divine right of kings.

tiny thing to fight surveillance capitalism Show more

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Turn is now up on for purchase! Turn is a slice-of-life, supernatural roleplaying game for three to six people (2-5 players, 1 town manager) that focuses on the lives of shapeshifters who live secretly in small towns with their friends and family. Buy now!

"SMART (surveillance marketed as revolutionary technology)"

That's a great acronym!

When Dungeons & Dragons led Tolkien's racist orcs to the US, they attacked new targets. Let's talk model minorities, dehumanization, uncomfortable half-orcs, poor excuses … and how gamers and designers can reclaim and rehabilitate orcs.

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