Nuketown social media posts for April, May, and a good chunk of June 2022.
- Stashing this away for when I return to my Weird Pulp campaign.
- Potential fodder for my summer reading list.
- Played the heck out of the first one, less so the second, and life kept distracting me from the third. All that having been said … I’d love to return to that setting. I’ve got a ton of great memories of blood-splattered dialogue. 🙂
- “Giant Fish Lizard” sounds like an excellent D&D monster
- My first Labrador Retriever of my adult life, Madison aka Mad Dog, loved vanilla ice cream (including McDonald’s ice cream). She lived to be 14.
- I’m curious as to what impact this will have on print+PDF bundles. It’d be super great to be able to buy a book once…
- The playtest rulebook, which uses the “All-New, All-Different d616 system” was released in April. This article includes an interview with game designer Matt Forbeck. On a separate but related note, David Moore and I interviewed Matt Forbeck and his son Marty back about their Shotguns and Sorcery Kickstarter on Season 2, Episode 1 of the Lair of Secrets.
- The actual play adventure continues!
- On this episode, David and I talk with David’s daughter about her experiencse with Dungeons & Dragons and role-playing.
- Some ghosts go bump in the night. Others – like black holes – devour the night … and anything else they encounter.
- Hubble identified “a difference between the expansion rate of the local universe versus that of the distant universe right after the big bang.”
- Fortunately, the impact on the telescope is minor.
- The spacecraft will do an extensive analysis of the Venesian atmosphere before dropping a probe to the surface. This quote sums up just how hellish the surface of Venus is: If we survive the touchdown at about 25 miles per hour (11 meters/second), we could have up to 17-18 minutes of operations on the surface under ideal conditions.”
- There’s a whole lot of shaking going on.
- Podcasts have lasted longer than the device that inspired them.
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Artwork from Dragon Age: Inquisition. Credit: Bioware.