Is CC-BY-SA 4.0 an appropriate license for a DIY zine with multiple authors?

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screencap of a tweet and a bunch of text, religious transphobic propaganda 

Love these two customers walking into a gaming store and realizing one doesn’t need to play D&D like they do on YouTube. ❤️
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@rimraf I've seen French and Spanish RPGs, some of them quite good, but when they're rooted in fantasy, it's still German fantasy.

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Also this beastie wears scraps of scavenged armor.

I get that a lot of "classical" fantasy is rooted in Western European ideas. What would a fantasy setting based on the Eurasian Steppe be like? Have any been published?

Maybe this instead has stats as Gnoll, depends on edition.

Another #rpg beastie from a recent desert adventure 

#rpg beastie from a recent desert adventure 

@linkskywalker I just joined Masto recently and was happy to see you show up on my federated stream (am I saying this right?). I love the blog and continue to enjoy Deadly Dungeons. Keep up the good work! 👍​

Lately I've been paying more attention to d6-based RPGs, namely Barbarians of Lemuria and Tiny Dungeon. Besides using d6, these two games are also similar in that characters advance by spending XP/AP/whatever to incrementally improve stats/skills/abilities, as opposed to gaining discrete levels. I think WEG/OpenD6 also does advancement similarly.

Is this just due to these games influencing each other? Or is there something specific about d6 games that makes this easier/better than in d20?

I'm also new to Masto in general, so feel free to correct me on usage, lingo, conventions, whatever. I promise I won't take it personally 👍​

I'm interested in using tabletop.social to share some thoughts about games, get some feedback, and have participate in discussions. I'd like to create blog posts from the interesting content generated, so maybe I want to use this as sort of an idea incubator.

Hi there, tabletop.social! I guess here is my .

I'm a forever DM who also enjoys the artistic and DIY aspects of the ttRPG hobby, even though I'm not particularly good at those parts.

Something interesting I did: I ran The Lost Mines of Phandelver from the D&D 5e Starter Set with a group for at least 25 sessions over the course of an entire year. Of course I added stuff, but that was the core.

I also like rules-lite games like Knave and d6-based games like Barbarians of Lemuria.

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