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This is a spectacular series on tabletop gamemastering: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-YZvLUXcR8&list=PLlUk42GiU2guNzWBzxn7hs8MaV7ELLCP_
@cryptovexillologist I too love the horniness permeating Amonkhet.
I love the horniness permeating #MTG's Amonkhet setting
Rewired, brainwashed Gods oversee a city of oiled, athletic 20-year-olds preparing for a sadistic game-show gauntlet. The ultimate prize is for a jackal-god to stab you through the heart with her big fork.
All your needs are handled by blank, mummified failed contestants, and you regularly pace around the magical bubble protecting you from the horrors beyond and ponder the benevolence of whoever gave you this world
I feel like all of the modern D20 rule systems are competing for ways to make Charisma relevant.
I have been playing tabletop RPGs like D&D since I was 8.
By that, I mean I found the rulebooks when I was 8, learned ALL the rules, and barely played any games with anyone.
I mean, I guess the work is just on me to hunt for good people to follow. I suppose I can sneakily search mastodon.social by using my account there, but it'd be nice to be able to do something like a remote search of a hashtag.
After about what... 10 days living on a vanity mastodon instance? It feels like a freshly minted Tumblr dash. I see a few boosts here and there but by and large it's rather quiet.
Not that I mind: I do appreciate the refresh even if it's still kind of hard to discover new people.
My opponent got his sunglasses out to avoid my blurry beeble, but i snuck in another one when he took them off. He saw me tap one blue but I was too fast for him. :)
Poirot is such a good character and deserves at least as much exposure as Holmes
Also, low-key annoyance: why not just put the Patreon 5% fee on the patron too? Why hide that behind the recipient? Seems like an unnecessary idiosyncrasy.
I'd like to see something like the humble bundle model.
Set your budget: Allocate percentages to Creator, Platform, Process Fees (some percentages are fixed).
One payment, easily subdividable, entirely transparent.