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Wanted to do some industrial grime effects so put this together from some old bits and pieces I had lying around.

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Hi everyone! I'm coming over from the fosstodon instance. It's a fine place, but it reminds me too much of work. I'm a huge fan of all tabletop games, though RPGs and Card Games are probably what I play the most. I'm looking forward to being a part of this community and talking about nerd stuff with all of you!

Socializing is pretty impossible now days, so I'm glad to have found an online community that is excited about the things I'm excited about.

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I've been looking for more diverse voices to follow related to the hobby. Does anyone have any recommendations? Specifically I'd really like to find some new people who talk about RPGs, Mini Pating, Wargames, and Card Games.

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Any tips/recs for a newbie looking to publish a Call of Cthulhu 7ed scenario?

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My beautiful communist shark arrived. Would absolutely recommend @Hiraelle for good work done swiftly.

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Good evening everyone,
Just a little from lil ol' me.

I've been playing since the 80's, 35+ years forever DM/GM, but currently running a pathfinder2e campaign as well as a Call of Cthulhu game. Also love board games, puzzles, alternate reality games and enjoy the odd PC adventure game occasionally.

I have just started to learn the game of Go/Wei Qi/Baduk ... and I'm pretty bad at it 😅​

Nice little community you have here and looking forward to taking part!

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This is the smallest dice tray; a smidge cramped for this design but I do have several sets of these dice so I can do more. And I have quite a few designs that use that colorway (I, uh, kinda like it a lot) so I can do some variations.

The inside of this tray is 5 x 5.5", the tiniest one they make. The 10" round (8" interior diameter) will give me a lot more room to stretch out, but the components are quite a bit pricier.

Going in the shop this weekend when I settle on a price.

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Podcast recommendation, ttrpg, bipoc 

Really enjoying the Actual Play Table Top Roleplay Game podcast called Into the Mother Lands which was both developed by, is played by and GM'd by POC

The Support System

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Intro 

Hello, my name's Ben.
I've been in ttrpg for since m'y childhood
but had to stop the hobby for college reasons.

I'm starting my life as a game designer and i hope i'll be working on some sweet sweet ttrpg.

Also, i'm trying to get into tabletop craft, making terrain and diorama for minis, if anyone has some tips, i'll be glad to hear them.

And finally, i'm french so don't worry of you see some barbaric characters like à é and ' popping now and then in my toots

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Hey, I got my first royalties ever!
It's $60 for one year of sales on DriveThruRPG, but hey, it's a start!

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Heya Tabletop, My name is Matthijs and I am a Dutch lover of games both on the PC and at the kitchen table (I hope to have a real dedicated boardgame table once, with cubbies and dice boxes and satin). I love stories and am a sucker for flavour. When it isn't game night, I like to go outside and hike and camp, read or listen to all kinds of music.

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Hey, I haven't been on this account in a long while. I've since re-joined Mastodon @Robot_Face. I was posting a bunch about a TTRPG I'm writing and it occurred to me that I actually have an account on a relevant instance! So, if you want to hear about a PBtA/GLoG hack inspired by Spelljammer and Star Wars, feel free to ask me!
Also, I suppose this counts as an

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Fantasy nerds please syop talking about realism when you mean internal consistency, these are different things

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You can watch the English-language documentary 10 years with Hayao Miyazaki online for free at: nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/ondemand

It is split over 4 episodes and totals over 3 hours, and is available with subtitles in the following languages: English, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), French, Indonesian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Thai, Turkish, and Vietnamese.

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“a Roman legion (roughly 5,000 men) in the Late Republic might have carried into battle around 44,000kg … of iron – not counting pots, fittings, picks, shovels and other tools we know they used. That iron equipment in turn might represent the mining of around 541,200kg … of ore, smelted with 642,400kg … of charcoal, made from 4,620,000kg … of wood. Cutting the wood and making the charcoal … might represent something like … 80,000 man-days of labor. For one legion.”
acoup.blog/2020/09/25/collecti

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