Let your Geek Flag fly. Read an RPG book in public. Of course, reading a physical book alone might put you outside the norm. But, hey, share your love with your hobby. Throw up those selfies. Use the hash tags. Do all that kind of stuff. But I will say this. Reading an RPG book at your FLGS doesn’t count. So get out there and read.
As you know I’ll do a shout to a Kickstarter now and then. This one is special. Hubris: A World of Visceral Adventure.
Not only is it old school or more specifically Dungeon Crawl Classics, but it’s darned right scary. Well, how do I know? Well, first I’ve Mike “Wrath of Zombie” Evans for quite a while now and he’s a pretty wild and cool guy. Just check out his blog and yes there is more about Hubris there.
But also I helped play test this bad boy. Hubris is fun and keeps to the Dungeon Crawl Classic theme of “You’re no hero.” Life is tough. The world is unforgiving. And it’s a blast. A deadly weird freaky nasty blast. This ain’t elves and dwarves reskinned. To put it bluntly, the world is a bad place. Hubris will chew you up and shit you out then chew up again.
There’s a damned good creative team backing this up too. Check that list out on the Kickstarter. There’s some grad A talent there. Just watch pretty moving pictures.
Like I said, check it out.
That’s right my very first RPG product. That kind of explains why things have been kind of quiet around here. Here’s the quick blurb:
Six new classes for your old school space opera games.
Be an odd Alien from the other side of the galaxy. Warp reality to your will as an Astromancer. Save the day with some bubble gum and duct tape as an Engineer. Slauguther your foes and exlpore strange worlds as a primite Lost Worlder. Shoot first as a Scoundrel. Harness the powers of a dark star as a Warp Ninja.
Outer Space Raiders Volume 1 is compatible with White Star: White Box Science Fiction Rolelpaying by Barrel Rider Games.
You can grab it up at Drivethrurpg.
Yeah, 2014 is over. It’s no secret that the last couple years have pretty much sucked ass. I mean really sucked like a giant flaming bucket of poo. But 2015 is here and things just gotta change.
I won’t jinx myself by ranting on about what I’ve got planned nor will I list my resolutions but I’ll tell you all this. Hang on. You’ll probably see some changes happening on the blogs. You’ll some weird stuff on social media and who knows I just might finally get a few of those projects done. I mean really done.
This year is all about change. Like I said, things just have to change (or at least die trying). A New Year is going to be interesting and hopefully the best year.
So stay tuned for some fun stuff. Either that or train wreck. Let’s hope it’s fun stuff.
Well, it’s December. The last month of the year and that time when just about every one is bouncing due to the holidays. For it’s also that time to sit back and be a little introspective.
I had a lot of plans this year and well most of them didn’t get done. Needless to say, the last few years have been one giant bucket of suck. So many real life issues have thrown a monkey wrench into my brain that I’m lucky that what little done that I was able to.
I do know this. I really need to make some changes in my life in order to have any chance of getting at least a decent percentage of the goals I’ve set for myself done. The bad part is that a lot of things I want to get done in 2015, I had planned to get done in 2014. Let’s see there’s a novel, short story anthology, a second cookbook, about half a dozen RPG projects, and a wide variety of household and lifestyle stuff left over on the To-Do List. For 2015, I’m bouncing around an idea for a little Patreon project. I want to make some changes on the good old blogs. And there’s a couple little secret projects that are just the embryonic stage right now.
I know I’m going to have make a some changes in my lifestyle if I want any chance of getting some of those things done. So December is my time to sit back and think about it and plan. So that means there might not be a whole bunch of updates. It might also mean you might see some old posts recycled. Or you might see the blogs go crazy as I tinker with them.
Stay tuned and wish me luck.