The Mimics, An Unnecessary Work, for Use With Fantasy RPGs Kickstarter.

Phil Reed’s Mimics, An Unnecessary Work, for Use With Fantasy RPGs Kickstarter perhaps suffers from a slight incredulity that anybody might actually back the Mimics, An Unnecessary Work, for Use With Fantasy RPGs Kickstarter. Given that it’s only been a half hour and the game is already 31% backed, said incredulity might be unwarranted. Not that I think Phil really means it. I mean, why create a Kickstarter that you don’t think will fund?

So, did anything… *happen*, today?

I mean, I was more or less productive, on my own. I just can’t find anything to write about. Maybe it’s because of the new year?

…Oh! I did get the DIFFERENT TROUBLE supplement for Greg Stolze’s Termination Shock space RPG. It’s all about aliens! And how hard it is to roleplay them. It’s pretty nifty. So, you know: there’s that.

Tweet of the Day, I Look Forward To Funding This Bad Decision of @philipjreed’s edition.

Phil Reed’s good at his job.

The December Patreon stuff!

Done, done, done. Short story AND getting TINSEL RAIN to a first draft: I must have been tripping. But it’s over, and for the rest of the night I have no deadlines! Huzzah for me.

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FROZEN DREAMS Kickstarter backers, check your email!

You should be getting the Kickstarter version of the Fermi Resolution RPG rules. Cover and internal art, edited, etc. etc. etc. I’ve also closed that Kickstarter, now that the stuff is being distributed. Let me know if there’s a problem.

Keep watching this space for news on when I’m actually printing this puppy. You can also pick up FROZEN DREAMS here… (#commissionearned)

Tweet of the Day, How Did I Miss The TSW TTRPG Kickstarter News? edition.

Actually, I know how I missed the news of a Secret World TTRPG and Kickstarter. I missed it because when it came out I was off writing a novel. This is gonna be way cool.

If you’ve pre-ordered the Swords of the Serpentine RPG…

…the book is available in your Pelgrane Press bookshelf. Been looking forward to getting SWORDS OF THE SERPENTINE for a while: Kevin and Em are good folks. I was glad to help playtest it. And, as I recall, some of the people reading this were in on that…