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For people looking for an alternative to Facebook events that isn't spammy like evite and the like, I recommend checking out gath.io

It requires no login, basically you provide an email address, you get a unique editing URL, you make a nice looking event form, and people can RSVP there. Your event and all related info is deleted from their DB 2 weeks after the event is over.

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This completely black d20 and d6 combo. The all black d12 is now my spirit animal.

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Tumblr link. Warhammer 40k. Battle sister art. 

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I wrote a thing. I mean I write things all the time but I kind of forget dice.camp exists. Sorry sorry. indiegamereadingclub.com/indie

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I wish downloadable D&D adventures and rulebook supplements and the like were available as epubs as well as two-column PDFs so they were easily readable on a phone.

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I thought I would share this 1-bit tile-set by KenneyNL over on bird-site.

It's a CC0 licensed #gameassets pack containing 1,024 tiles/items/characters. I love its aesthetics and _will_ be making some things with it.

https://kenney.nl/assets/bit-pack

#gamedev #pixelart #1bit
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Avid TTRPG player/DM (mostly DM 5E lately). 5E/Pathfinder/Fiasco/FATE. I sometimes 3D print figurines.

Big fan of Sneak Attack, Titans of All'Terra, The Broadswords podcasts.

I enjoy lots of other games, some highlights would be Terra Mystica, Mansions of Madness, and Cursed Court.

If you play Star Realms online, send a challenge my way (Nestarion).

I build mechanical keyboards for fun; I generally rock an Ergodox, but I also own an Atreus62.

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