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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

In Which I Put Up a Post Using "In Which" in the Title Because It Sounds So Cool

It occurs to me that it's been a Very Long Time since I posted anything of real use to my readers here. I apologize for this - and for the necessity of allowing crass commercialism to invade my blog. (A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do, ya know?)

It also occurs to me that, since my move last fall, I have access to much of my older gaming materials - stuff I haven't had available to me since the end of 2008, shortly before I founded this blog.

So, I'm going to rectify the former situation by exploiting the latter situation. Namely, I'm going to get off my gluteus maximus and scan more of my old maps and such for your consumption.

Watch this space...

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7 comments:

  1. Good to see you back. I'm a fan of "Wherein" myself.

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  2. So, I'm relatively new to this whole "blogging" thing that the kids are doing. What constitutes "useful" content?

    Personally, I enjoy reading people's memories and various opinions on the spectrum of RPGs and the inspirations for those games. I also like reading well-written, concise, and entertaining campaign session summaries/recaps.

    If by "content" you mean "game stats"... well, I guess if that's what your readers want, that's cool. But those are likely to be skipped by me.

    You mentioned scanning some old maps of yours. I think that's cool if you talk about why you made the map the way you did (your inspirations behind it), etc.

    As they say... that's just my two coppers.

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  3. @Spawn: Thanks - and "wherein" is good, but "in which" seems to be all the rage these days. ;D

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  4. @Martin: No worries - I try to change things up, and even when I'm just posting "stuff" (as in: "I made this!" sort of stuff) I tend to talk about where I was - not necessarily in a physical sense - at that point in time. And, heck, sometimes I even do that without posting "stuff." :P

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  5. And what about "A Comic Ad Is Worth 1,000 Words (or Thereabouts) - Part 5" ? :P

    O_oV

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  6. @Kuronons: Yes, that was one the things I had skulking in the back of my mind when I was thinking of "useful content." I have to be in the proper frame of mind to write those articles (basically not down-in-the-dumps, as I've been feeling much of the time lately) so I can't promise when I'll get to the next entry - but rest assured, it's on my To-Do List.

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  7. Yup, I hear ya on that. I hadn t fed my blog (which I not really use as a blog anyway heh XD) during months due to similar kind of feelings.
    So, well, I think I can wait until ya fully recover your accurate critical spirit. ;)

    May the dice be with ya ! o_O

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