Progress on everything has been held-up by extra work elsewhere – so it’s good to have found some time to finish-off a couple of slow-burning RPG projects. The first tangible results of this are at the editing stage and look to be just a few weeks away.
While that’s going-on the actions of the minority of RPG players who lose it online – and a few publishers who should know better – will continue to be dealt with by sites like these, which are much better at covering such topics than myself:
It’s maybe worth highlighting that there are also those who spend their time on the Net offering encouragement and promoting the hobby as a whole. The following examples of this are, rather obviously, to Thistle Games’ liking. Nevertheless, they do present obvious examples of how RPG players and publishers can make themselves and their hobby look good.
Game Knight Reviews were kind enough to pop this comment into a recent post: ‘The RPG Cookbook at the Thistle site is chock full of great ideas and I’m happy to hear that there may be new material coming in, including some that may be for science fiction plots.’
How civilised is that!
. . . and Ancient Vaults, who took time out from his constant content creation to post this after picking-up a copy of Corruption last week: ‘I have to say that this is a superb deal! Wow, amazing amount of content, and as I pick things from here and there I found an amazing amount of ideas for gaming here.’ Followed by, ‘I just realized I was so smitten with Corruption that I said amazing twice in the same sentence.’
Thanks to both and all those like them. Goodrightfun may not sound half as cool as badwrongfun; but badwrongfun – like titles and medals – works better in-game.