James Jacobs wrote:
Those were really really really fun to read when I was laying them out. Shubby is still my favorite. <3
All things must end...and this time, it is my chatroom. It's long served its purpose, but I don't have the time to properly monitor, moderate, or maintain it to the extent that I'd like. When I started the chatroom (over 10 years ago), there wasn't any place quite like it on the Internet that was easily accessible. I do take some measure in pride in that, but new places to chat about gaming are available everywhere now.
I've set up a redirect to places where you can find me, but it will take some time for the server to kick in the changes.
Thank you to everybody that spent time in my chat room, and thanks for all the fish. <3
Adam B. 135 wrote:
Seeing the PDF preview for the Nexus, something I usually don't think about came to mind. The layout work is exceptional! I love the way the text sits in front of the smoke from the Nexus Iconic art. Usually art and text overlapping bugs me, but this was tasteful.
Thank you Adam! I'm usually not a fan of it myself, but I liked the idea of the iconic "speaking" the phrase in question. :D
[PaizoCon 2017] Pathfinder & Starfinder Compatible Publishers Workshop - Sunday morning, 11:00 am-12:00 pm, 2017
That's right, this event is back again! Along with my illustrious cohorts Ashley Kaprielian and Owen K.C. Stephens, we will be discussing the ins & outs of publishing with the Pathfinder (and now Starfinder!) Compatibility License. Don't be afraid: arm yourself with the practical business experience that the three of us are doling out, whether it's regarding working with intellectual property, common pitfalls you'll want to avoid, or tax implications (dun-dun-dunnnnnnn)!
If you can't make this event, never fear: I will be around all weekend if you want a one-on-one Q&A regarding third-party publishing.
Zelgadas Greyward wrote: