Just a brief update! I’ve managed to emerge from some big, big life stuff happy and healthy. It’s as if I’d walked into a cyclone, was spun around for a while, and fell on my feet on the other side somehow wearing cool sunglasses I didn’t have before. All good, but chaotic!

Speaking of chaotic, I finished my first homebrew campaign “Limen’s House” recently. It all went fairly well! The players had fun causing havoc across many universes. I might do an abbreviated writeup of the remaining sessions.

Now that I mostly have my projects nights back, I can get back into The Day After and my other projects. I’ve been doing a bunch of thinking and planning in the meantime, but it’d be good to get some code cut!

A quick summary of many weeks of insanity! (Click here to read the rest of this entry)

For those trying to achieve a work-life balance, it takes careful consideration when taking on hobbies that end up being a lot of work. My main hobby project is my game The Day After. While I haven’t perfected the practice, I think I’ve gotten a decent discipline when it comes time to hit Projects Night. (Click here to read the rest of this entry)

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The PCs begin wanting answers from Coin, but get an unexpected answer. They spin off that to the next adventure and encounter chaotic echoes.
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Treasure, a tricksy door, and cross-campaign shenanigans.

Treasure

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A devil’s foiled ritual, an ant army and a crazy leap of faith into orbital mechanics…

Tower and the moon from https://harrisart.wordpress.com/

The Tower and the Moon. Illustration used without permission from Will Harris https://harrisart.wordpress.com/

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Our local Bard wrote this in response to the recent insane tower chase and the uncovering of his new cohort, Nick Bottom. It’s a neat bit of fanfic, and gives you another perspective on the action.

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It’s… it’s getting a little weird.

Burning village

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It’s a brand new year and a good time to re-evaluate positions and momentums, quantum mechanics be damned. I won’t do any top 5 lists or anything like that. Just reflect on where I’m going with my projects and life.

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GM’s note: This was a short thing written for our player who missed out on the start of an adventure but had to make it back for the end part.

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