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Less Math for the Apocalypse

More Paper for Pen & Paper

This Isn’t Perfect The other day I saw a post from someone talking about how they run tabletop games as a person with dyscalculia, which is a situation where someone has difficulty with numbers. This person’s solution was to have a spreadsheet printed with a bunch of pre-rolled results, and as they used results they’d […]

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A New Thing: Old Cupboard OTF

A Free Font For You !

The Forest Hymn & Picnic was not very machine readable—screen readers couldn’t read off chapter titles or other small bits because I hand made the text on them. So I made a font in the same handwriting I use in the book, and you can get it by using the menu to check it out […]

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Inktober Is For Candy #1

Also for Troika!

Green Gumball Pietist In 2020 I am releasing a game I haven’t started writing yet, but it is called The Secret Battles Beneath Toothache Mountain What Rests Atop A Land Faraway And Covered In Sugar. It’s a dungeon crawling, wargame-esque adventure game in a candy flavored fantasyland with a hint of gothic good times. And […]

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