So my computer has officially bit the dust. I thought that I would be able to just swap out the fans but the heat appears to have well and truly fucked the damned thing. I've got a new one ordered but it looks like it will be late July before I get it back. I'm… Continue reading RIP Computer
While many of my friends are finding themselves in a bit of a creative renascence you'll find me over here, being essential. Others are staying home, social distancing, and I'm over here going to work fighting crowds. I'm still writing though, and more will come. I just need to get through the next few days.
I'm going to have a slight delay in finishing up the Gygax 75 Challenge. I've got some electronics issues with my camera that won't be resolved until the beginning of next week. So that's when I'll finish up the challenge.
In the early 1990s the game studio that had brought the world Dungeons & Dragons (D&D), TSR Inc., found itself faced with a growing number of competitors who were often challenging the company for dominance in the role-playing game market. One of these competitors, Steve Jackson Games, had produced a wildly successful role-playing game called… Continue reading An Introduction to the “Amazing Engine,” the Role-Playing Game to Conquer Them All that Never Did