Good game tonight.

But GMing dreamscapes is hard. The problem isn’t thinking up weird things; it’s describing them. Especially when the iconography that makes sense to me doesn’t make sense to everybody else, or sometimes anybody else. I’m not entirely sure that I properly considered the inherent difficulties of this In Nomine campaign, honestly.

Well, at least we’re having fun.

FnordCon this weekend!

Technically starts tonight at 7 PM Eastern, but all the events are tomorrow. Via Discord: I’m going to see if I can make the GURPS panel tomorrow. Ironically, I may have a scheduling conflict, because I’ll be running In Nomine

BEYOND THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS reprint available at Chaosium.

Link here (I’ve already ordered mine). AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS is a reprint, not an update: the module uses the Call of Cthulhu 5.5 rules, but they offer conversion advice for 7.0 campaigns. Hardest hit: the folks trying to sell old copies for three hundred bucks.

Heh. Reminds me of why Steve Jackson Games reprinted GURPS Imperial Rome. IIRC, somebody on the forums came on and started bragging about how he managed to score a copy of the first edition for a ‘mere’ hundred bucks or so. Steve Jackson took careful note about how many people were enviously congratulating him, then went ahead and did another print run…

Gen Con planning hybrid convention in September.

Slowly but surely, we are clawing ourselves back.

Moe Lane

PS: I am thinking about it. I got books to sell, don’t I?

Last days of the DIFFERENT TROUBLE Kickstarter!

Greg Stolze’s DIFFERENT TROUBLE is a science fiction TTRPG supplement to TERMINATION SHOCK, which is itself a science fiction TTRPG (obviously) that aims to get playable realistic aliens and AIs, among other things. It’s a fun setting and I hear the game itself is fun to play; I’ve backed it. Greg’s just having the Kickstarter go down to the wire, that’s all.