Hi there, tabletop.social! I guess here is my #introduction.
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.
my big 2019 -> 2020 blog post
Last #rpg item of the week.
Tea leaves of communication.
You and the person you want to send a message to must both have tea from the same leaves. When drinking the tea you can infuse a short message into the leaves while you drink it. The next time the other player drinks tea made from the leaves the message will appear in the leaves in the bottom of their cup. One message per cup of tea.
I want to post a play through of my solo #rpg but I think my writing is so bad I would feel bad for the people reading it.
So i have been reading through the Genesys #rpg core book recently and I have to admit I am pretty excited about running this for the group I ran FAGE for in the new year. Also I think the narrative dice system looks more perfect for solo rpg games than most other systems I have read. Its interesting how the dice narrative dice don’t just produce a binary pass/ fail result like DnD and others. Its really going to work out my GM muscles running it.
Joining the #kalimba crew.
Hey #mastodon I just realised I have been here for one year as of yesterday. Its been an absolute positive switching my social to masto from Facebook. Thank you all for making this such a great place.
Theres well above 20 people there normally. Last year too much food was eaten, games are played (we played fiasco) and we launched a lot.
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