avatar image Handy Haversack @ 2019-04-18 14:11:46
Elias Stretch shared this on Discord: Immediately useful for generating structure for Thirty-Minute Dungeons. Or pamphlet dungeons. Gameable, @Mamading Ceesay!
avatar image Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-04-17 20:27:29
From the That's Gameable department: Researchers 'reboot' pig brains hours after animals died So how far away is this from "Brain in a Jar" technology? The synthetic blood was deliberately doped to block the possibility of the restoration of consciousness as the researchers were not prepared to deal with the ethical quandaries that would result. Oh and BrainEx sounds like an excellent supervillain name to me!
Paolo is the code for this up some place? Did you want anyone to help write stuff?
> Do you feel like one of your things with your adventures is not really explaining what’s up till the end? And even then maybe not really. — Me! I wrote about Silent Titans, Patrick Stuart's new adventure. In particular I wrote about how he keeps things mysterious in his writing. I am looking forward to he actual book. Stay tuned for a bigger review. These are some quick thoughts as I read the PDF. Till then, you should all buy Silent Titans. It continues Patrick's trend of not making anything that you have already seen before. He is so creative, and Dirk's art is next level.
avatar image Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-04-16 10:53:32
Shout out to Scott Martin for being such a gentleman and a scholar. I am in receipt of a care package from a certain peculiar parish and I want to express my gratitude and appreciation. Thank you, Scott!
avatar image Handy Haversack @ 2019-04-15 22:51:02
Are +Boris Stremelin and +Joseph Manola here? They are given a shout-out by Gundobad in a comment on their blog:
avatar image Handy Haversack @ 2019-04-15 19:40:53
Rough day. I am going to tell myself this fire was the accidental outcome of someone's trying to bring back Cerrunos to the docklands or achieve alchemical gold.
avatar image Evey Lockhart @ 2019-04-15 16:34:11
PSA so when someone says, "men are trash" they're using the word "men" to mean the patriarchy, toxic masculinity this is an example of metonymy. other examples of metonymy: saying "the pulpit" to refer to the church, "the church" to mean the actual mass of believers "the sword" to mean a life of violence "suit" instead of legally theiving murdering bastards ... and it's like an element of language everyone uses and is aware of, even w/o a name for it. "not all men" shits are just grasping for authority in a deliberate and childish way I actually knew what metonymy was b/c Lit. Major, but had failed to recognise "men are trash" as an example. Until it was pointed out to me. also, men are trash.
avatar image Odysseus Jones @ 2019-04-15 13:18:13
Thanks to Handy Haversack for pointing me in this direction. Hi, Paolo! Hope you are doing well!
avatar image Harald Wagener @ 2019-04-15 06:25:04
So, at the end of the last session, the group accidentally jumped 169 years into the future. I ... kind of need to deal with it.
avatar image Robert Freeman-Day @ 2019-04-14 19:50:55
Trying this on for size after seeing Alex Schroeder posting about it. Missing some of the G+ people that are seeming to be here. Wish I could divest myself from using my google account though. *waves hello!!*
avatar image Alex Schroeder @ 2019-04-14 13:18:27
What are some gaming related podcasts you listen to? Right now, Judd Karlmann's Daydreaming with Dragons is probably the only one I'm listening to on a regular basis. I also listened through all the episodes of Michael "ChicagoWiz" Shorten's Dungeon Master’s Handbook. I've tried a few others but either their episodes are too long and rambling, or they are full of call-ins which are only interesting if you're in the community and following them all but I'm not... As for podcasts in general, this is what I currently listen to: - 99% Invisible is about design, architecture and the like - Dan Carlin's Hardcore History is about history, with very rare episodes, but each episode is about 4h long - Daydreaming about Dragons is the only RPG podcast I listen to on a regular basis - History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps - History of the Crusades - In Our Time is about History, Science and Philosophy - Revolutions (he did the History of Rome before that and I listened to it all) - The British History Podcast - The China History Podcast - The Dungeon Master's Handbook Podcast (sadly discontinued) - The History of Byzantium (picked up where the History of Rome left off) - Thinking Allowed is about sociology - What Trump Can Teach Us About Con Law is about politics Podcasts I've fallen helplessly behind include: - The Ancient World - The History of WWII Podcast (the ads in the middle of the show started to annoy me and then I sort of stopped listening even though I really liked it) There are some more podcasts on my app, some subscribed and some not, but I no longer listen to them, to be honest. So perhaps they'll come back, perhaps they won't. All of this sponsored by my own podcast, of course! New episode out today:
avatar image Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-04-14 12:13:56
Having difficulty believing my eyes here. A Brexit-themed adventure, really?
avatar image Alex Schroeder @ 2019-04-14 08:17:53
Feature requests for Lasagna. Gotta collect them somewhere. I’d offer to help if it was written in Perl. 😇 Anyway, here goes: - post titles: i don’t need a separate subject but the first 150 characters or the first non-empty line, whichever is shorter; use the title in the notifications list so I know which post the notification refers to (I think G+ did something like it?) - thread muting: I like long threads and I’m aware of thread drift so I feel bad for all the poor souls that are now trapped in thread notification hell with me; if there’s a bell icon for them to opt out, I won’t feel as bad - no alt text for avatar images; I use paranoid settings for my browsers so avatars aren’t fetched and in that case the alt text “avatar image” is unnecessary (true for screen readers as well, I suspect)
avatar image Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-04-13 21:31:08
So now that the UVG kickstarter is nearly over, I'm inspired to run a Violet City mini-campaign using the UVG Introduction which I will segue to a full blown UVG campaign when the hardcover arrives. Any thoughts, tips or tricks?
avatar image Roger Giner-Sorolla @ 2019-04-13 16:45:26
This guy: comes in like this guy:
avatar image Alex Schroeder @ 2019-04-13 13:40:44
Recommended blog and blog post: How to use the late Bronze Age collapse for your campaign.
avatar image Alex Schroeder @ 2019-04-12 15:47:17
I don't even know why I still work on Hex Describe but it has a certain lure. I can add small bits and pieces. It keeps growing. Today I added monoliths in the mountains that work as moon gates because I loved that part of Ultima IV.
avatar image Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-04-12 12:44:05
Wondering if anybody has any tips or tricks for running Macchiato Monsters online via Roll20 or some other platform. Especially interested in how character creation is handled.
avatar image Paolo Greco @ 2019-04-12 07:17:05
James Smith of Dreams of Mythic Fantasy passed at 50. :(
avatar image Paolo Greco @ 2019-04-11 08:48:40
STATE OF THE LASAGNA 2019-04-11 Progress this week has been almost nonexistent. I've been back from the IFF, and had to go two days to Edinburgh for Conpulsion. Which was awesome. The next two days, work. So until yesterday I've had one day off in 13 days, and was feeling hella drained. Tuesday I've also had a colleague being overly nasty at me, and I had a meltdown. He has an history of shaming me in front of everybody at work, mocking me because I'm short during standup meetings, mocking my accent, constant backseat driving, ignoring request of feedback on merit when I do things the way he likes them, and constant aggressive behaviour. Also, when I made a configuration error, he called me "punk" in front of the whole team. When, in disbelief, I asked what he called me, he repeated "PUNK" louder. Yesterday I was off. Today is the day I call HR because I'm tired of this bullshit, and might quit because fuck this bullshit. I have enough independent income to survive, I guess this is what I need to do more software and games.
avatar image Brian Ashford @ 2019-04-11 07:56:38
Good god. Do not do a search on twitter for "D&D Colonialism" I am fairly sure that not one of those people complaining about the 'entrenched colonialism in D&D' actually understands what both of those things are. Apparently D&D is a game of "kill, take." One guy was posting that he was considering doing an anti-colonial game of Dwarves returning to their ancestral homeland. You know, one of the touchstone plot arcs upon which D&D was based. I get that there is problematic content in D&D, it started in the '70s, of course there's problematic content in there. But D&D is about so much more than that. The total absence of nuance and logic in their arguments is leaving me somewhat baffled.
Question: is it possible at all to login with email and password instead of Google account? I cannot find where to sign in for this option.
avatar image Handy Haversack @ 2019-04-10 18:46:12
Do we do this here? I never had the chance to do this more than once on G+. I'm going to do it this time. There are cormorants. And homunculi. And weapons you grow from your face.
avatar image Karsten X. @ 2019-04-10 17:46:55
avatar image Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-04-09 23:40:18
Think I've just figured out how to port the Uresia setting to Macchiato Monsters via the Uresia d20 supplement.
avatar image Brian Ashford @ 2019-04-09 20:34:49
Tell me of an RPG you used to love but you don't play any more. For me it's everything Palladium. In the 90s I ran loads of them, Rifts, TMNT, Robotech... Mostly TMNT I guess. I particularly enjoyed the After The Bomb, space and trandimensional settings. At some point though I decidedi couldn't be bothered putting any more effort into such an unrewarding system. These days, I guess I could easily bolt the settings and the good bits of rules onto Whitehack or Macchiato Monsters or something. One last hurrah as mutant biker Knights of the Round Table across Albion perhaps? Or an adventure into our superscience future apocalypse?
avatar image Matt Strom @ 2019-04-09 12:54:49
What’s your favorite version of the Arthur stories? For me, it’s Once and Future King for how it gives the characters complex inner lives without overly modernizing them. Everyone seems to love the Ill-Made Knight, but for some reason the Queen of Air and Darkness has always been my favorite part. I love the characterization of the “Orkneys” and how their upbringing contrasts with Arthur’s. The unicorn scene has gotta be one of the best in 20th c lit.
I can now edit this post, but do you get notification (That I've edited something you commented on)? تاست
avatar image Karsten X. @ 2019-04-09 08:43:54
I wanna post pics, but savely!
avatar image Eric Nieudan @ 2019-04-09 08:10:25
One week post G+ and this place is the only one that feels like home. Even if I've just been reading the posts. I've been having conversations with peeps on Twitter, but I find that I don't want to initiate discussion. Discord is just overwhelming. Pluspora seems to be populated by three frequent posters. Instagram is for 'look how cool I am' brand building. I don't want to hear how good-despite-nazis MeWe is and how manageable Facebook can be. So yeah, thank you Lasagna Team =D
fight post: 1. when Americans talk about whiteness, they only mean American whiteness. Foreigners are never really truly white. 2. having spent the past 2 weeks looking up random trivia about 1599, I have to say _gamers need to get over their obsession with the late medieval._ (a) it's totally vague when it's supposed to be, (b) it's just less cool than the 16th-17th century, with less going on, (c) they hardly ever really want medieval anyway. What they really want is late capitalism but with swords and armour.
avatar image Scott Martin @ 2019-04-08 15:09:06
So we're on a huge audio book kick around the house lately while I do my work and yarn photos get 'shopped. Hearing the first Elric book alienated from its trade dress makes me realize it's really just Brideshead Revisited with a couple more fights. The drugs, the wealth, the heirlooms, the feels. Anyhow hoping all are well.
avatar image Alex Schroeder @ 2019-04-08 06:19:57
Listening to an episode on corridors of Thinking Allowed #podcast and hearing that corridors were brought to England in the 17th century. That explains the room-after-room or one-room-per-floor design of older buildings! And it tells me most D&D maps are totally anachronistic. But I guess we knew that already? I hadn’t thought of corridors as an invention, in any case.
avatar image Ian Borchardt @ 2019-04-07 11:01:20
My excuse was that it was only supposed to be a temporary database of my games, to help me create the actual one. Temporary turned out to be over a decade and a database badly corrupted by user laziness. Up to "F" in the cleanse/check. Still, in the process I've discovered a lot of what I've forgotten I actually own.
avatar image Bruno Bord @ 2019-04-07 08:32:49
There's currently a #2WordRPGJam growing on twitter. What would be your sumbission, folks? ref
on the upside, my social media addiction is getting cured
avatar image Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-04-06 22:51:04
Made my first Macchiato Monster character. Feels very different from White Box, which leaves you with a character that is rather generic and you have to figure out who they are. With MM, you get more cues to the point it almost feels like the character is telling you who they are. You just have to listen.
avatar image Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-04-06 17:52:47
For D30 fans, a D30 random dungeon oddity table by Rob Chandler:
avatar image Paolo Greco @ 2019-04-06 14:37:23
Conpulsion 2019 - Edinburgh I'm here with Brian A. He's better at selling my books than I am. Much better. I kind of want to hire him to do my job! ._.
avatar image Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-04-05 22:23:06
So what are folks playing, running or prepping this weekend?
avatar image Joseph Teller @ 2019-04-05 22:07:29
Still lurking around... did you find the power cord yet?
avatar image Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-04-05 22:00:39
Surprised at how OSR-adjacent the Forbidden Lands adventure collection The Spire of Quetzel is:
avatar image Handy Haversack @ 2019-04-05 16:40:26
So I know we are all happy here. This is not an argument with that! Just: Not sure whether any of you are trying PASHPost. Well, Richard G and JoeV are there. But I found a secret: PASHPost tip? Once you're registered, go to your profile, hit the "Select Interests" button, and then deselect all interests! Then your "My PASHGroups Feed" will be only those people you have followed and groups you have joined. I think! Seems to be working. And then that particular feed is what you will want to check. I am monitoring the Tabletop RPG and OSR groups for people I want to follow, but there are not many folx there yet. Found Gordon Cooper today. @Mamading Ceesay, Jay Exonauts has a "That's Gameable" Group there.
avatar image Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-04-05 10:15:08
From the That's Gameable department:
avatar image Tore Nielsen @ 2019-04-05 09:37:30
This is brilliant stuff. I wanna play 100 Troika games.
avatar image Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-04-04 21:43:06
Caught the Doodles and Dragons stream today as background listening. They create NPCs and draw them as they are working out the details of the characters. h/t @Nathan Treme for his Twitter thread on non-AP RPG streams.
avatar image Paolo Greco @ 2019-04-04 21:22:37
Wow this silly experiment has even users. I love y'all.
avatar image Roger Giner-Sorolla @ 2019-04-04 20:04:53 Da ha, daha, i am blogging again. This is so minimal, so infinite space to grouch about new features! It is tradition.
avatar image Andrew Walter @ 2019-04-04 20:03:07
Hey Paolo, how many people have signed up to this so far?
avatar image Andrew Walter @ 2019-04-04 20:00:50
Can anyone recommend anything RPG/game-y/fantasyish in or around Manchester?
avatar image ktrey parker @ 2019-04-04 17:42:18
Some of you might remember my One Hundred Wilderness Hexes from G+. I just posted a teaser of 15 more as I continue to chug away to get each terrain type to 100:
avatar image Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-04-04 17:19:51
From this book review, it seems like a good read to be had for fans of pulp horror and/or weird westerns
avatar image Paolo Greco @ 2019-04-04 17:10:12
Boarding the plane back home. #iff5 has been a blast, and Valencia is full of delicious food. Squid ink paella was absolutely great. I think I had squid in a form or another most of the meals. I got to meet the rest of the Darcy team
avatar image Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-04-04 11:48:03
What do you do with a drunken planeswalker?
avatar image Paolo Greco @ 2019-04-04 07:42:26
LASAGNA PROGRESS LOG 2019-04-04: You now can delete your comments and the comments of other people in your threads. Here's a short list of features I want to add, in rough order: - report content - images in posts and comments - looking at someone's feed: this exists already, but you have to put in the user id manually, like so: - links as links - tagging people - tags - infinite scrolling, but sane ("load more") Any suggestions?
avatar image Anne Hunter @ 2019-04-04 03:58:12
It's now possible to win a Nebula award for sf/f games writing. Maybe the Hugos will follow suit next year, maybe not. This year, the fix appears to be in for "Black Mirror: Bandersnatch" to win the first game Nebula. All the other nominees are video games, published by the same company - it appears that someone just phone it in with the rest of the list. describes a piratical mystery-solving game that they think is worthy of a prize: What would you nominate for an award for games writing from the last year if you could?
avatar image Matthew Adams @ 2019-04-03 22:52:40
All I can say is thanks for lasagna Paolo, anyway we can help let us know!
avatar image Ivan Vaghi @ 2019-04-03 20:45:46
an interesting option for lasagna --> a follow button, instead of adding a dot to comments.
avatar image A. Miles Davis @ 2019-04-03 20:38:39
I know you're kind of working on it, but this is semi-out-loud thinking: We need something that represents <yes!> <no!> and <cool story, bro> as concepts. <yes> type things on other places are + or Like, or whatever. <no> is less frequent, but a dislike or something not attacking, but probably useful. <cs,b> is that "ok, i'm following" marker. neutral but acknowledges listening. and then I was thinking, what about other responses like <empathize>, <sympathize>, or <commiserate>? <schadenfreude>? <cheering for you>? I don't know.
hey A Miles Davis hit me up on discord my name is richardgrenville#1863 I have a FLAILSNAILS server invite for you but cannot comment on your post right now b/c server errors.
avatar image Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-04-03 16:40:58
Running into lots of server error 500s for the first time. It seems to be mostly on pages that are popular/in demand.
avatar image Paolo Greco @ 2019-04-03 16:05:30
PAOLO WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO WITH LASAGNA.SOCIAL? Simple question, complicated answer. Putting it simply: this is an escape capsule. It's done as a prototype for the Darcy project, which has a site at and a patreon at Eventually it will become part of a federated social network. Hopefully it will feature an RSS reader, integration with mastodont, and other stuff. But right now I'm only preoccupied with getting the damn thing to reach a baseline: images, links, tags, mentions, etc. And reporting. TTDP (time to dickpic) is incredibly short and, no, sorry, no, nobody wants to see anybody's aubergine. Also, I'm not a frontend developer. My day job is cloud engineer/DBA/BOfH. So we are not implementing stuff in the usual order, because I write software used by other software, not by humans, and human interfaces are hard for me. Also, I'm 1000 miles from home and have only a 10" subnotebook, which makes front-end development kind of difficult. We have a trello board for, and I plan to have it available soon. Only, I am not the only person on the team, and while I could make executive decision because while runs on my own money, own domain, own server, I'd rather take decisions about it with the team. Also, Lasagna is not strictly Darcy. Lasagna has design choices specific to it. I am freer to experiment with stuff. I can do stuff that I would not do on "Darcy" Darcy. I need to find what works and what does not, and why. So even a development plan would not be that that meaningful, and I'm not sure that i want to publicly justify every item and every amend at each step with everyone. That would require an account manager. The most important thing for me is: we are still flying.
avatar image Evan Edwards @ 2019-04-03 15:46:36
Richard G proposed a Lasagna icon. Here's a quickie first idea: Update: And a quickie gallery:
avatar image Bruno Bord @ 2019-04-03 15:26:34
Dear Paolo, I really like your idea and how it is taking shape... But everyone would agree that this is far from finished, and at the same time, we don't really know where you want it to go and what's your vision about its future features. I think it'd be nice to have at least a place where we could see your "todo" and "in progress" (if there's any), or better, what you would see it as "finished", your final vision of the "perfect" version 1.0... All the best!
avatar image Brian Ashford @ 2019-04-03 15:16:05
I never new I wanted a Mario Golf tabletop RPG, but I do now...
avatar image Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-04-03 14:47:34
Is there a current magazine that fills a similar niche to Omni?
avatar image Andrew Walter @ 2019-04-03 13:19:32
I have to admit, I'm actually sort of looking forward to a G-Plusless world. My relationships with social media networks - even the good ones - have always felt a bit vampiric. I'm looking forward to seeing how old friendships and concepts are integrated with new ones. Trying to be positive. Or maybe I've had too much caffeine.
avatar image Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-04-03 12:57:48
This is one way to put the Boss into Boss Monster in D&D
we need a lasagna emoji, right? Instead of +1 meaning “I ambiguously acknowledge your post,” lasagna is offered as consoling solidarity. It’s the “I feel you, take a breath” icon.
avatar image Iacopo Maffi @ 2019-04-03 09:42:02
Gplus is gone. Mewe is run by awful people. Facebook is your grandma's land. You are not cool enough for Discord. Twitter is hell. ... ...hi, im Lasagna :D
avatar image Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-04-03 09:21:44
avatar image Matt Strom @ 2019-04-03 03:43:15
Tomorrow I’m going to be running a slasher flick style one shot using Into the Odd rules. Players will be guests at the isolated Gator Gretchen’s Everglades Palace during a skunk ape cryptozoology convention. Any ideas out there for other guests at the hotel, grisly Florida-themed murders, or advice for running a slasher game?
avatar image Evan Edwards @ 2019-04-03 03:30:37
So, it's only the paid Google accounts now. We are all saying, "who else is still here?" in nearly empty communities. The content consists of our posts and our replies to now missing comments. Like we were talking to phantoms that were never there.
avatar image Chris Dunlap @ 2019-04-03 01:06:57
Does anyone know if anyone is working on anything for supers/superheroes for the OSR? I remember this pitch from the Dorkland! blog from a while back.... …
avatar image Evan Edwards @ 2019-04-03 00:32:55
What are we going to talk about other than G+? And Lasagna, of course... I just started running a table through Castle Amber. It wiped out half the table on session one, but everybody was smiles and super excited, which is the goal. The (large and semi-rotating) table is all under 30 except three grognards, and two were out due to work. It isn't a surprise, but the great old school modules are still a hit.
avatar image Scott Martin @ 2019-04-02 23:26:50
avatar image J. Max Kielbasa @ 2019-04-02 22:27:00
can you please make this lasagna gluten and dairy free? if not i'll have to pass as it'll feel like i am pooping razor wire. thanks.
avatar image Donald Welsh @ 2019-04-02 22:23:50
For some reason I'm hungry and keep thinking of the lasagna in the fridge. Well I guess I know what's for dinner.
avatar image Donald Welsh @ 2019-04-02 22:21:34
The ArchiveTeam Warrior has stalled, looks like whatever was captured is it.
avatar image jack ackerman @ 2019-04-02 21:51:53
Finally unistalled G+ off of my phone .I don't know why I feel so bed out that it's gone. :(
avatar image Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-04-02 21:42:51
MEMO TO: All Agency Personnel FROM: Col. Masters SECURITY CLEARANCE: New Recruits New recruits are reminded that Tuesday is their training course 'The Vampire: Menace or Misfortune.' Recruits should bring their own piece of wood. -- The Agency: A roleplaying game of sixties spies and the supernatural by Matt Machell
avatar image Bruno Bord @ 2019-04-02 21:01:21
Probably relevant
avatar image Ivan Vaghi @ 2019-04-02 20:54:26
Some brutal CSS changes @paolo may want to try. This makes a card-like layout, but it will later need some framework to make the layout evenly distributed first of all let's make it 10 cols instead of 8 to give it more space col-md-8 ==> col-md-10 then splice this stuff in: @media (min-width: 1200px) .container { max-width: 1340px; } .card { float: left; width: 350px; margin: 5px; min-height: 200px; } .card-header { background-color: rgb(249, 121, 121); }
avatar image Zenopus Archives @ 2019-04-02 20:49:18
I'm using the G+ app to read this. ; ]
avatar image Ivan Vaghi @ 2019-04-02 20:39:27
G+ has become a sad thing to behold.. recent posts flaking away leaving a progressively incoherent shadow of its former self
avatar image Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-04-02 20:23:52
Possibly of interest to some folks here: Old Stories Into New - Retelling Fairy Tales, Myths, Legends, and Other Narratives I have my own notes on doing that sort of thing so won't be partaking.
avatar image Ivan Vaghi @ 2019-04-02 20:21:14
This is really coming along quite nicely!
avatar image Mischa Krilov @ 2019-04-02 20:18:06
Needs a favicon. Maybe:
avatar image Matthew Adams @ 2019-04-02 20:10:32
This looks good
avatar image Handy Haversack @ 2019-04-02 20:02:52
Paolo, in case it's useful, I am getting quite a few 500 | Server Errors when clicking into responses and posts.
avatar image Paolo Greco @ 2019-04-02 19:57:35
IMG: Nuff said. Tomorrow, after reporting is online, I'll add images for y'all.
avatar image Eric Nieudan @ 2019-04-02 19:56:10
That's it. G+ is gone for me. Sadness.
I deleted the G+ app because I couldn't stop refreshing it even after it stopped working. But now I've started Google maps like 5 times because that app moved into the spot it had been in.
avatar image Mark Krawec @ 2019-04-02 19:50:55
Last thing I'm seeing is Bonnie Burton mourning the end of G+ & now it's stopped showing new posts altogether.
avatar image Jason Blalock @ 2019-04-02 19:40:38
Hello. :)
avatar image Jensan Thuresson @ 2019-04-02 19:16:29
West of House You are standing in an open field west of a white house, with a boarded front door. There is a small mailbox here. >
avatar image Steve Keller @ 2019-04-02 19:12:34
I keep waking up and I swear I can still feel G+ lying beside me.
avatar image Robbert Raets @ 2019-04-02 18:53:17
I picked up Cult of the Dragon, the 2nd edition softcover (1998) a few weeks ago. It has something about Sammaster's obsession with Lady Alustriel that seems strangely relevant for the times... "[..]but Alustriel did not take his attempts at 'mastery' well, nor did she appreciate his trying to control her like she was a set of rules to be manipulated by a clever game player."