Thanks to my brother and his birthday present to me, I am now armed with the newest (again) version of Dungeons and Dragons that's out there. I'm digging the new rules although it's a bit disappointing that they don't mesh as well as I had hoped with the D&D Next beta for 5th. I completely understand the need for the changes they did make though.
I've been developing the World of Caudor ever since I had my first edition DM's Guide in 1979. I'm hoping to finally get it out of my head and into the wild. I've got a generator idea for random dungeons that I need to develop for DMless play too.
Here's to the kick-off.
Side Note: I am subscribed to www.roleplayingtips.com 's email. Informative and inspirational. You should be too. :)Write comment (0 Comments)
So I'm involved with "the" property boundary issue still. There's a portion of "her" fence on our property from the last time I had to cut the fence down. I could leave it alone, but at the very least, in 19 years (unless laws change) the property she's fenced off that's ours automatically and without compensation, becomes hers, free and clear.
I have a problem with that.Write comment (0 Comments)
I have a Microsoft Professional certification, Dell certifications, HP certifications, Cisco training and all that jazz. I spent a lot of time on getting those and have a lot of experience maintaining those. I apply them to my business. -- where I get paid for what I do.Write comment (0 Comments)
Robin Williams took his own life today, the media telling us his choice to end his life was due to a battle with depression. When do you make that decision final? When do you know it's time, or past the time, and you can justify deep down that it's the right thing for you to do.
Depression and suicidal thoughts are more common than everyone thinks at one point or another I'm sure, and I sincerely doubt it's being brought to the surface as often as it needs to be addressed.
Apologies for the following ramble if you read on. ;)Write comment (1 Comment)
When you've got an overwhelming amount of things going on, it's difficult to see a way out sometimes. I find that when you're at that point, someone will always come in and add something else to your fire when you're not looking. The fire seems to be at a dying sputter almost every minute and requires constant attention.Write comment (0 Comments)