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Christopher Mennell
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I produce D&D themed games.
I produce D&D themed games.

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So I have this idea for a Bubblemancer, a magician that carries around a lot of soap and water and blows bubbles to cast spells. It feels a bit classic Final Fantasy to me, kinda cutesy which I like, but bubbles move in chaotic patterns so it would be a lot of area effect spells I think that could be good and bad for friend and foe alike.
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I hope to be a better contributor, and foster a better community for the games industry.

#beyondtheOSR
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@mattsav.concept on Instagram shared this...dystopian image of an astromech from the Solo film. Don’t recall seeing it in the film but I’ll have to rewatch it for details like this I’m sure.
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Looks like if your blogs use G+ comments, those are being shut down/deleted sometime between February 4th (or 7th?) and March.

If you feel there might be something useful contributed in your comments and you converted to the G+ tie-in, you should make a copy of that content soon.
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Where to find me:

Email me at thesecretdm@gmail.com

I may blog again one day at thesecretdm.com

Or avoiceinthevoid.com

I’m not on FB right now, but I exist there. I think the link is Facebook.com/ChristopherMennell

On Instagram as @crapwisdom and less often @insearchofgames

I’m sure I’m on Twitter under some similar name(s).

If this is the end: I’ll miss everyone. It’s been fun.
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Part of what I feel is essential to the Japanese Horror Forest setting is undead. As in, the human population is generally indifferent to them, and they use them to do things. Vanquished enemies, probably, as ugly as that is.

This is a desperate land. There aren't a lot of people. There are a lot of demons and horrors at the doorstep. And necromantic magic is readily available. And I also want to separate the idea of ghost in the Japanese sense (e.g., onryo) from a deliberately animated body without a "ghost." What I mean is that a ghost, an agent, is not the same as a piece of flesh executing a program, which would engender neither fear nor reverence. It's just a ... robot, basically.

So undead can be enemies, but aren't in themselves to be feared.

Artist: https://www.deviantart.com/noistromo
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Source: https://www.artstation.com/artwork/lVbG

Borrowed the image from a private share.
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Saw this style guide by Grant Snider on FB and immediately thought of +Karen Conlin, who I’m sure has seen this already.
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This was shared on Facebook; not exactly sure of the source.
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