Antidepressant drug, or elf?
My favourite D&D adventures were those without a strong ending - you made your own, like a real DM.
Years on, I've made my own campaign entirely from 12 random plot threads (0 exaggeration).
Two sessions from the end and it's crunch-time - we'll see how random plot-threads can be tied together without a pre-written finale.
I found someone doing an RPG in Latex from way back when:
For someone who works in IT, I really suck at organizing online games.
I think it was just the last hold-out in my life where the pencil still lived.
At this point I think it'd be more efficient to just organize a feed-tube full of powdered food and a waste-extraction pipe, then just lie on the couch and accept the body's inevitable decline.
A resource to make your own D&D book.
Source is under the MIT licence.
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