James chip boosted

Hey, theres a new draft of the Adventurer available right now with new art and a better layout. Also has an oracl and aura in the back to help you kickstart your game. Go check it out!

jameschip.itch.io/the-adventur

James chip boosted

Hello fellow skaterz! 😎

We are , a libre community created tabletop RPG similar to the , or kind of games.

That means that YOU can share, edit or even SELL Bind if you'd like or make your own game out of it.

But most important of all, it's a fun roleplaying game that isn't in the way of the ocmmunity and you having fun. 😀

Please share!

One of the girls in the gaming group just sent this picture around and now I am excited.

@Lofenyy although I believe they have something similar in Greece.

@robert how do you even begin to GM for that many people.

@Lofenyy basically yes. Little bit of garlic, red onion and ground cumin in the mix.

@robert oh great, another game added to the to play list. :)

Haven’t been playing DnD for a while because everyone’s lives getting in the way, but we should be back at the table soon. Its me running a campaign this time and after my last “you are newcomers to town running a haunted bakery for a demon” campaign I feel like my next is going to be even better. This time its:

“You are on a paradise island for a flour arrangement contest when... one of the contestants is murdered the night before the competition starts and you are all prime suspects!”

@robert this is on my must play list, is it as good as they say?

@robert it isn’t actually as hard to solder these chips as it looks. The hardest part is getting all the pins lined up with the pads nicely. Once thats done you can just tack a couple of pins down with a tiny bit of solder to hold it in place, flood the rest with a load of solder and wick off the excess. Takes a bit of time and a steady hand but you don’t have to solder every pin one by one, thats the best route to madman.

@neauoire Is there a way to cancel out any leftover red pixels without having to draw over them again?

I am really getting to grips with using a drawing tablet on the computer now. Previously I had never gotten on with them and just gone back to pen and ink but i have given it more of a chance and now i am quite liking them. I sit quite comfortably on the sofa with laptop on my lap and tablet raised up on a cushion next to me.

Slightly better one with the jaggy edges removed and a few bits touched up. calling it done.

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