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Paul Gorman
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Detroit area I.T. director & old-school D&D enthusiast https://devilghost.com/
Detroit area I.T. director & old-school D&D enthusiast https://devilghost.com/

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Elevator pitch: post-apocalyptic Mutant Future game set in a Middle Eastern "city of the future" that got hit by a neutron bomb, killing all the people but leaving buildings intact. That city contained an Epcot-style "cities of the world" theme park administered by an artificial intelligence. The player characters are investigators working for the AI to solve and punish serious crimes committed within the park.
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After trying a number of platforms (Twitter, Mewe, Diaspora, Mastodon, Discord, etc.) in preparation for the rapidly-approaching G+ apocalypse, Diaspora feels most comfortable, day to day.

It's too bad more people haven't tried it. The "osr" tag seems to be the place to meet up.

https://diasp.org/tags/osr
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I hope ActivityPub gets traction. I wish it was a bit more mature as of the G+ apocalypse. It promises to be all the thing we want but that mewe, Mastodon, etc. fail to be.
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I'd love to see Arneson's First Fantasy Campaign be made widely available in PDF and print. It's an underappreciated holy relic of our hobby, and a window into the mind of one of D&D's co-creators.

https://blackmoormystara.blogspot.com/2018/11/first-fantasy-campaign-belongs-to.html
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After using mewe.com for a while... no. Among minor niggles, the inability to link to a post (or comment) disqualifies it as a G+ replacement. Diaspora and Mastodon aren't perfect, but they're slightly better.
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My new blog: devilghost.com
For months, I’ve been slowly moving entries from my old blog (here) to my new blog . I want to escape Blogger both because of technology preferences (I like the idea of static site generators, like Hugo and Jekyll) and because I want the security of hosting...
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If there was a free web-based zine that, in each issue, did a few experimental takes on a D&D topic/theme... is that something people would look at? Like, somewhere between Brion Gysin cut-ups and fantasy heartbreaker? Should I call this abomination "Mormo", or do you have a better name?

What do you have to say about "treasure"?
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