Glad to see you around. I was just thinking about you the other day, wondering if you'd decided to take a hiatus deliberately or what.Sorry to hear that you've been dealing with a difficult situation and person. I hope that, if it isn't already resolved, it is resolved soon and happily.I look forward to seeing this one. I hope that you are well.
Thanks, man. Onward and upward and all that. :) I look forward to getting back on a more regular scribbling schedule.
I have to say it's very valid to avoid violence, and replace it with dealing with challenges, social interaction, or overcoming natural obstacles. It's not that common in D&D, but more so in some SF games like Traveller and a lot of the FATE settings. Very sorry you have been having a bad time.
Thanks, Tom. Sometimes life gets at you like a...like a hill giant on steroids. I think you are on to something with exploring other systems for a non-violent approach. I will definitely take a look. :)
Wonderful that you're writing again. It's such a great thing. Super happy for you. Tim waves high from across the table. We're at Coffee Culture because Barnes was PACKED! Happy Continued Writing and boogie boogie.
Stopped in to say howdy :-)
I hope you, Tim and the doggies are doing great. :)
Sorry to hear about the troubles, my friend. Glad to know you're doing better.Just wanted to say -- at this late date -- you haven't used any shade of orange since issue #2. LOLLater!
Oh my gosh that is so funny! Where's the orange!?
Issue #2, "The Petrified Giant." A lioght orange.Issue #3, "The Skin Lab," was a darker orange. Issue #5, "Denizen of Pandemonium," was red.There are a couple of purples, blues, greens and a cross between those.
Good news! I just found some orange in the supply closet at woork. Eoot!
I'm watching now! LOL