Was reminded by the news of Gab invading mastodon that I hadn't been here in awhile.
I see you have it in hand.
My tabletop activity of late:
A couple weeks ago I ran a Barbarians of Lemuria session for friends and family with lots of props - 28mm minis, a boat, a jungle, a Ceratosaurus, etc. Hauled indoor props too, but ended up not using them. Wrapped an island around Rafael Chandler's "World of the Lost" module and plunked it down in uncharted waters east of the Pirate Isles.
Gaslands from Osprey rocks. Buy some (or dredge up your old) Hot Wheels cars, and if you are a modeler, add guns & spikey bits & crew, and play out Mad Max and Deathrace inspired races and skirmishes. Thematically, it's kind of like Car Wars but faster and funnier. Commitment can range from around $30 for the book and a few cars to whatever you want to spend to enlarge your fleet, get add on guns and crew, templates, custom dice, scenics etc. Thingiverse has a lot of 3d STL files for it.
#introduction Currently I'm in a couple regular games of D&D5e, and have run some Astonishing Swordsmen and Sorcerers of Hyperborea recently, and Barbarians of Lemuria also in the last year. My biggest hobby activities in time spent lately have been painting and modeling figures and scenery, and 3D printing scenery pieces, with D&D and skirmish games as targets. A fair amount of boardgaming also slots into the schedule.
Miniatures, RPGs, board games from Euros to old hex and counter wargames. Lately into 3D printing miniatures scenery and game aids.
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