Sunday, March 25, 2012

69, 10, 2

10 hours left from the time I type this on the Monolith/God that Crawls IndieGoGo campaign. $69 to go to the second bonus goal... get it done!

Someone over at RPG.net has started a thread where they are talking about LotFP magic items and monsters. Some good stuff there so far, read it here.

Also, this monstrosity:


6 comments:

  1. Nice t-shirt. How about one with the victorious dwarf from p.14 of the rule book? That I'd buy for sure!

    Another nice video blog, btw.

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  2. What are you wearing on your arm?

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  3. You're over $6000 now. So...what's the $6500 bonus gonna be? I gotta know if there's anything else I can tell my wife to try to convince her to let me upgrade to Psychonaut.

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  4. James, I just want to say this:

    I started playing D&D with 3rd edition in 2006. Hated 4th edition, started playing Pathfinder instead. Have experimented with various other systems -- I've run a metric shitload of Call of Cthulhu, and it remains my favorite RPG.

    I've been part of the gaming blogosphere for a couple months now, and having gotten my tax return, decided to finally jump into this wild OSR thing I've been reading about for months. I purchased the PDF of Lamentations of the Flame Princess last night.

    I proceeded to stay up all night utterly and completely engrossed in it.

    LotFP is everything I've ever wanted in a fantasy game, everything I've struggled to make D&D and Pathfinder games duplicate.

    So it looks like I'm going to wrap up my current Pathfinder game and then hold up LotFP and say, "This is what I am willing to run. If you're somehow not interested in crazy Weird Horror-Science-Fantasy, then you're S.O.L. Because fuck you, that's why."

    So thank you for making my life as a gamer complete.

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  5. This is what I love to see from you: insightful mini-essays on gaming, delivered with the aplomb only you can muster.

    Also, you're looking a lot more confident in front of the camera now, and that's good to see.

    Thanks for doing this. It's fun to watch, and it feeds my nerdbrain in a satisfying way.

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