I’m not sure how I ended up with a license for Scapple: I think it was thrown in with my Scrivener license, though it may have been included in some bundle of Mac software. What I am sure of, though, is that I didn’t find a use for it until recently. That’s on me, of course: […]
UPDATE (18 Feb 2019): More information on this album was emailed to me by someone named Michael (‘Mick’) Baker, after my spamblocker apparently ate his attempt to post it as a comment. Here is the email in full: Thanks for a nice article, I actually have the ‘First Quest’ album and i got it in […]
UPDATE (5 Nov. 2017): Not that I’m any closer to running this game, but I did end up figuring out how to select a color range in Gimp, and updated the cards to look a little nicer. If you’re interested, pop down to the end of this post to see (and or download) the updated cards. […]
Here we are, at the end of August, which was RPGaDay month. Yep, a month solid of RPG-related posts, answering these questions: Today’s question, the final question of the series, is this: What do you anticipate most for gaming in 2018? Oh, well. I guess now it’s time to get down to logistics.
So, I’m running behind again, but I figured I’d write this up anyway. Free RPG Day 2017 happened a the weekend before last. A few of us made the trip of to Dice Latte in Seoul for the event. I didn’t take any pictures—I’m terrible at taking pictures of anything but the kid, these days—but I […]