Posts Tagged ‘D&D
My emotions to this range from OOOOOH, to MEH.
I think it can be useful tool but certian aspect like having Monsters NOT BE miniatures and ushc sort throw me off.
I still prefer a low-tech solution
Overall It can be a something neat to use, especially for mapping but I’m not really bowled over.
Alright so as you can see things seemingly screeched to a halt here on the blog. Well, that’s true as all the 9 hells, but not off the blog. Off the blog I’ve been jumping around more than a Blink Dog on Crystal Meth.
Now Originally this blog was to be a support site, with supplements and little things here and there for Dragonbreath, a fantasy webcomic I’m currently working on. In that time I decided to stretch my legs and have a go writing extra material here and there and in that got caught up with deadlines.
I hate Deadlines. They are my favored enemy.
I like working with a buffer, a long list of work in front to give me time to develop what will be coming and jumping the gun had just put me into too much crap to do that.
So Dragonbreath isn’t stopped, not at all, I’m working on it as I type with ink covered hands, it’s needing to get finished up and “Buffered” so as to work smoothly.
I’m imagining an August or September opening but right now their is a change up happening over at WCN so we’re kind of waiting on that too. heck it’s halting the work on Zombie Years and Vigil too, and those have already allotted plenty of pages and such.
Ernest Gary Gygax (July 27, 1938 – March 4, 2008) was an American writer and game designer, best known for co-creating the pioneering role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) with Dave Arneson, and co-founding the company Tactical Studies Rules with Don Kaye in 1974. Gygax is generally acknowledged as the father of the role-playing game.
On March 4th, the Associated Press confirmed reports of Gygax’s death that originally were made by Troll Lord Games, a small role-playing game company Gygax had been working with. He had been in poor health, suffering multiple strokes and a near-heart attack. He died the morning of March 4, 2008 at his home in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.
I guess it was his time to join the cosmic, and to finally create with none of these mortal boundaries. A great man with great ideas, he will be missed and remembered.