I’ve been listening to Ken & Robin Talk About Alignment, which has made some thoughts resurface—namely, that I find alignment a potentially interesting character creation (or rather, a
As a busy adult who doesn’t have a regular gaming group, one thing that I am very interested in is using RPGs as a dinner party activity. It’s something I uncovered while pitching A Penny for My Thoughts to people—that as a three-hour game, it fits in nicely in an evening involving dinner. I don’t mean
I mentioned a month ago of an experiment to cut out some distractions from life, to see what would happen. I was partially successful. Let’s go through my list. “First, I’m going to pause blogging during that time.” Well, that I certainly did, aside from the Katanas & Trenchcoats: Car Wizards announcement. There was some good and
If you’ve ever been to Gen Con, your life has been touched by a dear friend of mine: Derek Guder, the Events Manager for Gen Con. He’s been
I’ve lately come to realize I’m letting distractions rule over me, and they’re—no, I’m—creating a me I’m not happy with either creatively or personally. So for the next four weeks, I’m going to experiment with some life changes. Here’s what they are and why I’m trying them: First, I’m going to pause blogging during that time.