I’m doing a little bit of Spring cleaning (in Summer). I’m adding HTTPS to all my sites. If you have any issues, let me know.
Life is still ticking along swiftly and surely. Houses and weddings and health and family stuff galore! Though I said in August that everything is getting back into rhythm, now it’s actually starting to get into rhythm… just in time for Christmas! (Click here to read the rest of this entry)
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)
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.
A devil’s foiled ritual, an ant army and a crazy leap of faith into orbital mechanics…
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.