February has been a month full of beta programs like For Honor and Ghost Recon: Wildlands and I’ve been stockpiling footage from those games to put on youtube sometime shortly. I haven’t stopped working on Atlas though (For Honor matchmaking times take long enough that I’ve been able to write waiting for games) and what… Continue reading Atlas is Taking Forever, Quick Update on Why
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Not an article, obviously, but posting here will automatically post this to all those social medias I have so it’ll save me some time. Anyway, taking a short break from the articles about Atlas until after the New Year. I still have to get the patreon page in order and I want to have a… Continue reading Taking a Break For the New Year
Still not the article on the Crafting and Travel pillars I said I would do. The thing is, I keep coming up with other article ideas and want to keep those on retainer for when I can’t think of something else to say. Sorry if you feel cheated, but I’m sure I’ll run out of… Continue reading Writing Atlas: How Powerful is my Character?
Hey everyone, since the break in RPG a Month this site has been kinda left out to dry. But in the time I’ve had I’ve been working on Atlas Spire, an RPG with modular character design and a ton of variety. I’m nearing the end of the design process, and now I’d like some people… Continue reading Atlas Spire Playtest Packet #1
So I’ve taken some time to rethink what I want Archfossil to be. I want to do RPG a month, and I still will in time, but it’s on break for a while. I had planned to make split sources for Tabletop RPGs and one for my Video Game interests. Archfossil was to be the… Continue reading What’s Happening to Archfossil
So as I mentioned in the last post a week or so ago, I’m all over GenCon. I was there the days before helping some people set up, I was there yesterday, will be there today and tomorrow, and also the day after it ends. It’s a very busy week for me, and I kind… Continue reading Upcoming GenCon Stories