During the day I manage a cinema and co-manage a family.
At night I paint minis, play games of all kinds (mostly RPGs), cook, watch weird movies, read speculative fiction, listen to punk & lofi while dreaming of a better world. I'm also into comics, photography and free culture.
Don Herzfeldt has released his amazing It's Such a Beautiful Day for free as long as the world is quarantined. Don't miss this perfect film for the time we are experiencing. Via Twitter to Vimeo.
So I caved in and bought the the Digital Tabletop 2 deal at #HumbleBundle and got Slay the Spire as part of the bundle. After playing it for a couple of hours I'm blown away at how fun it is! A perfect mix of a deck-builder and roguelike it is very challenging and rewarding. I would appreciate a little more variety in the point-crawl but that is really just nitpicking. Anyone know if this is planned as a real physical game? I would be all over it.
Just finished watching the Netflix show I Am Not Okay with This and it was awesome! The show has been somehow compared to Stranger Things, but to my mind it is more a perfect blend of Freaks & Geeks and Stephen King's Carrie. #iamnotokaywiththis
If you need just one music video depicting a boycycle and girlscooter this is the one. https://youtu.be/UZEFNHod_DU
Played #squash today for the first time in a couple of weeks. Now every muscle in my body hurts and I think I've broken something important in my hip.
My next #DnD character will be named Alf.
Alf the Half-Alf.
In #GLOG combat is defined as "Roll under Attack, opposed by the enemy’s Defense, to hit." The formula are (10 + level) + (10 - (10 + def)) where 10 is base defense and def is the defenders bonus (armour, magic, conditions etc.). This seems like it could be simplified to (10 + level) - def or am I missing something crucial?
Almost once every year I get it into my head that I would like to learn new computer skills. Today I've started fiddling with Python. What experience I have with coding is limited to a half year class of Simula in the 90's, lots of HTML/CSS about 15 years ago and some fiddling with LaTex and Markdown. Usually life or other inconveniences get in the way before I accomplish anything useful though. Wish me luck. #programming #python #life
I've been trying to find an online version of Labyrinth Lord Turn Tracker after reading about it several places, but my search-fu is kind of weak. Anyone got a link to it? #OSR
Are you interested in a federated alternative to Goodreads that doesn't use Amazon?
because I'm making a federated alternative to Goodreads that doesn't use Amazon
#fantasticart by William Stout, part 3
#fantasticart by William Stout, part 2
#fantasticart by William Stout, part 1
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