The June Patreon stuff is up!

It was… not the best month, creatively. Had to push through a few times. Hopefully July will be better.

Anyway, enough whining!

  • Short Story: Seven Flags. Part One, alas. The aforementioned needing to push through. Anyway, it’s a Fermi Resolution story starring our favorite orc paladin Liza. Well, she’s my favorite orc paladin, at least.
  • RPG Material: Resurgence, Part Three: Community. I’m pretty sure Community was awful. I just haven’t quite decided whether they were actually the worst option.

Patreon Microfiction: ‘Almost Spoiled For Choice.’

Sorry, but ‘Almost Spoiled For Choice’ speaks sooth: Prohibition might have cut down on how much individuals drank, but it had pretty much no effect on how many individuals drank. Although I suppose cutting down our per-capita consumption had its points. Lord knows our ancestors routinely drank at levels that would alarm college seniors.

Patreon Microfiction: ‘Silent Running.’

‘Almost cracked’ is doing a lot of heavy lifting in ‘Silent Running.’ A lot of heavy lifting. Putting individual humans in solitary orbit for five years will result in a lot of psychological pressure. Depending on who you ask, it’s either fortunate or unfortunate that most of those volunteers managed to sustain themselves on a diet of pure rage…

Patreon Microfiction: They Get Dental, Too.

For some reason, it always strikes people as odd that bookkeeping can seduce a certain sort of mind away from magic. Magic can blow up, man. Nobody ever got eaten by a demon for being to unable to reconcile a three-copper shortfall. …And, yes: “They Get Dental, Too.”

The May Patreon stuff is up!

That story didn’t want to gel, for the longest time. Finally did, though.

Patreon Microfiction: ‘Patch Update 3.13.04.’

‘Patch Update 3.13.04’ is, among other things, a major reason why I don’t think we’re living in a video game simulation. If we were, we’d know. Very, very quickly.

Moe Lane

PS: If we do live in a video game simulation, it isn’t a very exciting one by our standards. Or at least not very well-balanced when it comes to gameplay.