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Too much going on, not enough time to blog

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Well, so far i'm done with 1 of 6 solo play scenarios (all connected in a series) and about 1/3 done play testing the first one.

I'm also working on a group play called the Sickness of Braddon Bog - that goes really well. In adding some finishing touches i think i've made it too convoluted. It seems to twist the fate of about 5 different groups or powers together, painting a bit of a dizzying picture. It would take a un-ordinary group of players to really appreciate the complexitites - especially as it was integrated into the campaign (lots of history which is unknown).

I started a FaceBook page to support the gaming system: http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/p...5258981866107; this has taken a lot of extra time to keep going. And yep, the rules are going through a 3.5/4.0 revision cycle (because 3.5 never got officially published i'm adding to it and calling it 4.0 - major re-organization of content, some changes, trying to make the materials as stripped down for core as i can. Also freeing up materials which were once under subscription - having to put caveats about the condition of the materials though... ugh.

I am switching my play testing from google groups (older offering) to a FaceBook group under my personal account. In fact, i now have 2 game play groups, dev group , and playtest news list under my personal account.

Not getting in enough play time.

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  1. Otakar's Avatar
    I tried the link a couple of times. No luck. I have bad luck with hyperlinks and FB. Sounds intriguing though.