Another solid issue if the Glatisant this month. Ben always finds the good stuff.
A third interesting game in this #inq28 space is The Weald.
I fully illustrated the third party Mothership adventure Prison Station Echo (except for the maps). The print copies have been recently mailed and are also available at some online stores. My style is more cartoony than what is usually expected from Mothership but I think that it create an interesting contrast with the game.
I also drew the mini portraits of the pregens for The Drain, another third party adventure. Maybe one day I will illustrate my own Mothership scenarios.
Another game in the #inq28 space I am interested in is Brawl Arcane 28. The rules are quite simple, but seeing Ana’s take on the game was quite cool. https://gardensofhecate.com/blog/miniature/brawl-arcane-28
This small scale skirmish war game sounds pretty cool. Will need to give it a go.
Every day, I'm picking blog posts I want to appear in my #ttrpg "end of week" list. Then, on Sunday morning, I filter once again as I turn the list into a blog post, adding a quote for each post. There is this hope that I will find a gem of a post and that it will reach more readers thanks to the eow list.
A reminder to folks moving to Mastodon: please add your handle to this (145 and growing!) list of folks to follow! Do you want to import this list into your own account?
Well here's a thread as well.
Zedeck discussing cohost on cohost, and its vaguely G+ mode of conversation. Posts and comments make a big difference when it comes to discussion, from my perspective.
Almost certainly inspired by our inability to play through The Cursed Chateau last night, Alex writes about one-scene adventures as another form of one-shot play. https://todistantlands.github.io/2022/11/09/one-scene-adventures.html
For quite some time I would say I do most of my "talking about RPGs" on small discord servers and via my blog and RSS feed.
On Twitter my following is large, and that space is kind of dreadful, so the way I interacted on that site was mostly to broadcast links and chat with my friends. It wasn't really a place for discussions. This space is still constrained by its character limit and no comments, but because of the size of the community feels more conducive conversation. There aren't enough people for anyone to care about your hot take. It's quite refreshing. Curious to see how things evolve.
A new zine from the people behind 28 Magazine, Skulls. The cover is by Lukasz Kowalczuk, the same fellow that did the cover for Space Weirdos. Looks pretty cool. https://28-mag.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/SKULLS-1.pdf
I did make a game at one point. It won an ENnie! It still gets played here and there, and a german version was recently released! It's a weird osr/storygameish hybrid, 29 pages
Another ten marines for my budding Sons of Horus army. I have a bit more I want to do on these minis, but wanted to varnish whole the weather is still good. Base coated the armour by dry brushing 3 different greens, and then it’s all picking out details. The bases are done with Luke’s Geek Game Scenics Ready Bases mix, and that stuff does what it says on the box.
Another social media site that looks interesting to me is cohost.org. Not clear how they plan to keep the lights on, but it has posts with comments so that’s already better than most sites out there. Ha. https://cohost.org/savevstpk/post/146139-mindstealer-sphiranx
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