The Bright Ages: A follow-up

So, The Bright Ages. Easy to read, maybe challenging to digest. There has been some recent controversy about The Bright Ages, and I think it is important to acknowledge where the criticism makes important points about the failures of the authors. See the full review by M. Rambaran-Olm on Medium. In brief, the authors did a... Continue Reading →

what do you think the next level of #ttrpg entertainment is going to look like, and how does the thing hit it, and what is the thing, and does it look like professional wrestling?

There's this and then there was this and then an assurance from Shawn Merwin that there wasn't anything specific to talk about. It was a wide-ranging question, all the facets of any of those words are up for grabs. So. (If you're new around here, this is one of the discursive posts where... Continue Reading →

when my daughter was an infant i was carrying her around a carnival set up on a downtown street and part of the carnival area was a pocket park between a bank and a coffee shop and in that park was a whitesnake cover band and as i walked toward it she whipped her head around to watch the band and as i walked past it she whipped her head around to my other shoulder to keep watching it and when she was old enough to teach cute toddler tricks to the first one we taught her was that the answer to what is love is love is a battlefield because she is a rock-n-roll baby

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