My #introduction is long lost to the depths of my timeline, so here it is again.
I have another account @nebulos where I post my non rpg related art and writing, and also WIPs of my comics.
(Also, I'm part of the welcome cabal for tt.social, if you're wondering why you're already following me.)
Something extremely odd has happened, I have begun to multiply! Which is to say, I have another mastodon account now.
I'm still trying to figure out exactly how to do this identity management business, but so far, I think I'm going to stick to posting rpg related stuff here. @nebulos will be a little more art and writing focused. Random statuses will be distributed evenly among both. I don't plan on doing much duplication, so feel free to give both a follow.
Pretty sure our GM improvised the entirety of our last session off of a pun on "refined food"---as in, our poncy elf was looking forward to something other than like hardtack and jerky, but the city of mechanism obsessed dwarves have a different idea of what it means for something to be "refined"...
Hello, my name's Ben.
I've been in ttrpg for since m'y childhood
but had to stop the hobby for college reasons.
I'm starting my life as a game designer and i hope i'll be working on some sweet sweet ttrpg.
Also, i'm trying to get into tabletop craft, making terrain and diorama for minis, if anyone has some tips, i'll be glad to hear them.
And finally, i'm french so don't worry of you see some barbaric characters like à é and ' popping now and then in my toots
Cats staring, scratching at the walls. More careful examination of the layout of the rooms reveals a large, unaccounted space in the middle of the flat.
I'm going to get fucking house of leave'd.
GM: "There'll also be a mixer for elbowing some big wigs---"
Me: "You mean rub elbows?"
GM: "Hah! Yes, I do. But knowing Maya, elbowing is more likely."
A musing that game up in our #faterpg game that I'd like to hear your thoughts on:
It seems that there are two styles of combat encounters: 'random encounters' and 'heists'---the axis here being how much you planned for it. In our #DnD campaign we get much more of the former, and in Fate more of the latter, no doubt due to the expected amount of player agency.
It's clearly a spectrum of sorts, but curious to hear if other people have other axes for styles of combat encounters.
-throws out all the assets, makes new ones-
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