Saturday, December 31, 2016


Today I helped a guy with a layout issue he was having over at Swords & Wizardry Google Community.

It felt good to be back in the saddle.

I won't say that I am good at what I do.  But I enjoy layouts. 

Pathfinder not something I want to do. I am sorry PFRPG; you are just aren't what I identify with anymore. I like DCCRPG, but here in Australia, there is just no sense of sameness and community to build upon that the United States has.  Stupidly, what hampers a lot of it being great is lack of Zocchi Dice outside the USA.  If DCCRPG used tables to accommodate normal polyhedrals, it be a better game in my eyes.  Don't believe me?  Walk into any Brick and Mortar game store and I challenge you to find anything other than D&D Next and Warhammer as the main focus.  Ask for a game like DCCRPG or even Swords & Wizardry and you are treated like a brylcreamed, greasy-bearded hipster and then have to deal with "ring us next week and we'll see if we can order it for you."  ...and forget running a game instore.  MilSims was the worst offender.

I've deleted a lot of posts because I want the last eight years swept away. I like AD&D and its clones.  I like D&D and its clones.  I like Lamentations of the Flame Princess in small doses. I even like Dungeon World.  I especially like Freebooters on the Frontier; that is the game I wanted DCCRPG to be --more on that another time.

I like a sense of community.  That's why I like Swords & Wizardry and the support it gets.

If there are any lurkers still here, I am wholly fucking surprised.  But thanks for sticking around.
I want this year to be a little different.

New logo coming and then I am going to delve a little into the RPG ADHD I have had going for the last couple of years.  I can think of maybe 5 projects I want written and and done like right now.

EDIT:  Changed the pic to the latest iteration.  I am a closet revisionist.

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