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NOTHING IS ART.

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Watching an "argument" between friends on the Internet?

ART.

Being the one that instigated it?

ART.
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I don't know +Rowan Cota very well, but she just leveled up by being a considerate and thoughtful human being.

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It's the least I could do.
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Never assume that my silence on a particular issue means that I don't have opinions about it. There are multiple reasons that I may remain silent about something.

The Quick List (in No Particular Order)
* I know people on more than one side of the issue, and I wish to maintain whatever relationship is in place.
* I don't know enough to speak intelligibly.
* It's not a strong opinion, so I'll wait to be asked.
* The argument doesn't concern me -- or people like me.
* My thoughts would be too complex to express easily.
* I haven't given it enough thought to express my opinion correctly or coherently.

As with most things, if you want my opinion, ask. If I don't feel comfortable replying in public, I'll respond privately.

(Edited to correct typo in last bullet that conveys opposite of intent)
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Yup, I haven't commented on recent things for the same reasons.
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Help a Kobold out.
 
PLEASE SHARE!

As you might or might not know, I'm starting to get involved in the live-stream RPG scene over at Twitch.tv I've run a game of Dungeon World for (the totally awesome) MissCliks and will be starting a run of Stars Without Number next Monday with JP and company at RollPlay. I'm super excited!

One thing that we're looking to do is diversify the cast of these shows. So, what I'm hoping you (my fine friends of G+) can help me do is put my in touch with women gamers and gamers of color who are comfortable with being on-screen. Folks who are outgoing (at least in context) and like playing games of all kinds. Positive people who you would want to see representing our hobby.

What you can do is share this around for me, leave comments on this post (so I can see them!) but really, the best way is to email me (adam [dot] koebel [at] gmail [dot] com) or pass that address along for me.

Thanks, everybody!
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Layout artists:
Looking for help with a small layout project. Haven't decided an exact budget yet. I need help making a template for #DangersUntold playsets. 
This would be a cross between a set of pregen characters and a Fiasco playset. 6-10 pages of work, depending on whether we make the character sheets half page or full page. And I'd want one of the two options, whichever is easier for the layout person:
1. To fill out about a dozen of these playsets with text I provide.
2. To produce a form-fillable version that I can fill out.

Design-wise, I'm looking for something pretty, readable, and inspired by Dangers Untold.
If you're interested, contact me with a quote and/or clarifying questions.
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Friday Five, B-Boy Edition....

I've updated my Patreon page with goals and some revised updates...I've also been releasing a bit of (free) Friday content called the Friday Five, which is a link roundup of things related to Five Fires in the RL realm of hiphop. It's fun to do and it's a neat way to learn more about hip hop.  I'm learning just doing them, along with doing the research for 5F.

I'm hoping to expand the reach of Five Fires (and eventually my other games), building momentum with a high enough Patreon that i can pay for more stuff and devote more time to it. If you can spread the word (and the link), I'd appreciate it. I hope that the concept of a game based on old school hip hop is appealing to more than just the usual list of suspects, so if you know someone who might be interested, let them know!  $2 is enough to get access to the alpha draft, which gives you a good idea of where I am going (it has many notable differences from my current draft, though)

http://www.patreon.com/creation?hid=574738&rf=36991
* Five Fires * This week I only tested city creation once, but it was great! I got Anders Smith, Jeremy Morgan, and Jonathan Lavalle together early in the week to build a city. It takes about 40 minutes to do so, so in accordance to the goals of around an hour a session, you can probably do this for your first session. Character creation I want to take between 15-30 minutes so that you can fit in a short session after that as well. Next wee...
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If you weren't aware, +Mark Diaz Truman has run a few games here on G+ of The Dark Road, which is a western gunslinger take on The Doomed Pilgrim.

I enjoyed reading them, but I thought it might be helpful to take each one and turn it into a story-form to facilitate easier reading.

With his permission, I did this (with light editing for flow) and have included the links below. I'm looking forward to seeing this in the wild, and I'll definitely run it here on G+ on other social media once it's out.

Without further ado, I give you Episodes 1 - 3 of The Dark Road:

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B5thOUafAKlnQVBHSGVOeHdMejg&usp=sharing
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Aww. Thanks for the share, Mark!
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THE single best piece of advice I received when I began freelancing.
 
Wherein I plea with creators and publishers to respond to business email.
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For everyone circling me, welcome to my G+ feed. It's probably a bit barren recently, due to work, but I do post here. Usually it's stuff related to gaming, editing, and writing with family stuff and a bit of theology (I don't bite, usually).

If you want to know something, ask me. Hope you're having a good day, and remember to send feedback about my G+ feed directly to +Sage LaTorra.
#BlameSage #ThanksLaTorra  
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Backstory Cards is live! 

Backstory Cards help you and your friends create vibrant backstories for roleplaying games, no matter the system or genre.

It's my card-based prompt system that I've been using unconsciously for years, and starting building deliberately back in October. I have a lot of fun with it, as do other people, and I hope that you'll have fun with it as well.
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+Josh Roby asked this over on Twitter, but I think +Vincent Baker is more active over here on G+, so I thought I'd ask here instead.

I quote Josh:

Is "Play to Find Out" you or some off-the-cuff forum comment that somebody tossed off and got popularized?
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It's from Apocalypse World.
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A new comic for y'all. It'll make you go "pop"

http://namelesspcs.com/?comic=mind-blowing
We're in the final countdown till baby time and I'm still not entirely convinced this is all real. I'm not sure I will ever be, I am both excited and terrified. -Wesley
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