Happy end of the year, everyone! I’m busy with family stuff now and you likely are too. I just wanted to say thanks for reading and invite you to take some time to try out new games. Whether you take the opportunity to run some games for kids in your family (like No Thank You, Evil! or My Little Pony) or you try out a new game for the holidays (like City of Mist or Good Society). If you’ve enjoyed hearing about Invisible Sun this year, you might also check out Monte Cook’s holiday gift of $5 to offset the cost of it. Then start the new year with a new game!
Regardless of how you spend it (gaming or, you know, something lame) have fun and be safe!
Happy holidays, readers! I hope you’re doing just what you want tonight. For me that’s being slightly cold with a warm fire and a board game so hopefully that’s true! As I write this, though, I’m taking a look back at 2018. Like a lot of people I have mixed feelings about the events of the year but I’m pretty happy with how things have gone with my blog. I joined the writers at Continuing Mission and have been writing up a storm on both sites, not to mention starting RPGs with my oldest and gaining a second kid!
I wrote a ton of posts that I’m proud of here as well, some of which I’ve listed below in case you need something to read. I’m taking this week off of writing but here’s to new posts in the new year!
This will be my last post for 2016 and it feels pretty weird! I started this blog this summer just wanting to share my thoughts with people and maybe generate some feedback. The connections I’ve made and the support from people has felt pretty good but I also know that I’m mostly doing this for myself. I make stuff that I’d want to play and I think that’s the beauty of RPGs. You can easily design and modify things more than you can with a boardgame and certainly more than with a video game or (shudder) real life.
I’m open to suggestion, though. If you are reading this and there’s something in particular you’d like to see on this blog then write me a message here and let me know. It’s a whole new year in 2017 and I’m willing to go in new and strange directions.
See you in the future!