Came across this today:
Explore a dystopian Millennium Park, solve surreal roleplaying puzzles, and survive a giant's tantrum in this surreal apocalyptic adventure.
THE BABY IN THE BEAN is a complete adventure designed to be compatible with your favorite TTRPG system - perfect for use as a one-shot, side-quest, or longterm campaign starter.
Tassadar represents to the Protoss what Bernie Sanders represents to the Democratic party, while the dark templars represent the working class, and the Zerg, facists. In this essay, I will...
Anyone looking for Magic the Gathering-related writing work: the Card Kingdom blog is looking for new writers.
-pitches generously accepted
-editing smart but not harsh
-I feel like my work is appreciated
-my request to change the pronouns in my author bio was accepted without hesitation.
Downsides: this is a marketing job. Everything you publish comes with the subtext "we want readers to buy MtG products from Card Kingdom."
DM me if you're interested and I'll put you in touch.
A theory on why I like Souls games
The larger world isn't open, but operates on a hub and spoke model, and the pathways are usually pretty obvious. It simultaneously makes me feel like I've covered a ton of territory -- which makes me feel powerful -- while also not making me feel intimidated by too much openness.
Anyway, I don't think I've made any wild revelations here, just wanted to work through some thoughts by typing them out.
TCGPlayer warehouse workers are organizing:
Hey all, WotC is making a bunch of stuff free! https://dnd.wizards.com/remote/freematerial
ffvii remake spoilers
Lol @ these dudebros outside Seventh Heaven
Going with classic mode. I hated the normal combat in the demo
Magic player ( mostly draft )
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