Compiled end of week #ttrpg links 84
"Don Featherstone said you do not need rules to recreate history, just a player who plays historically"
"Take the gnome pill and wake up in the garden, a jolly fellow"
compiled end of week #ttrpg links 83 https://weaver.skepti.ch/20220731.html?f=mdn&t=Eow_Links_83 "and so instead I do it for love"
My own answer is to think smaller: write the documents I want for myself and my table, teach myself the skills I need, enjoy the do it yourself spirit, the amateur aspect of it, and thereby accept that many artists will not be able to make ends meet. I cannot see how I can make money making the software I love, write the books I love, draw the pictures I love, so I do it for love, not money, and expect most others to do the same.
compiled End of Week #ttrpg links 82 https://weaver.skepti.ch/20220724.html?f=mdn&t=Eow_Links_82 "but the player does not get to choose directly, only influence the decision"
some end of week #ttrpg links, iteration 81, https://weaver.skepti.ch/20220717.html?f=mdn&t=Eow_Links_81 "as the game progresses, the hero player can choose a character class"
"God of Cheese Justiciar Class" https://weaver.skepti.ch/20220716.html?f=mdn&t=God_Of_Cheese_Justiciar_Class lack of prestige class
compiled end of week frp links 80 https://weaver.skepti.ch/20220710.html?f=mdn&t=Eow_Links_80 "the nexus of play lies not in the interface between the player and the game, but inside the player’s mind"
sunday morning #ttrpg links 79 https://weaver.skepti.ch/20220703.html?f=mdn&t=Eow_Links_79 coffee or tea?
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