Last one for this year, seventeenth time links post in this series (two meta-posts, one announcing the series, one looking for an RSS aggregator to make my life easier — I expect to have more on this in a week or two).
I just realized and remembered, I’m hosting the RPG Blog Carnival next month, with a topic of ‘Fantastic Locations’… and ‘next month’ starts on Sunday. I’d better get my act together.
Happily, I’ve got a few days off this week, I’ll get things tidied up a bit, blow the dust off some older articles and refresh them to current standards, and we can have ourselves a time.
I’m running a little late this week (about an hour and a half) because I was busy this weekend, but here is my round-up of last week’s links. Many of the regulars, plus a couple of new blogs that are looking good so far.
A nifty little project that looks to be well-funded: $11,611 of a $5,000 goal, so I expect this one will pass. I think it unlikely that enough people will back out to cause it to fail.
I’ve been resisting this one because as cool as the idea is and how much I would like to have a slew of these coins (I would dearly love to dump a bucket of them in front of my players when they find a treasure), I actually can’t justify the purchase right now.
This campaign closes closes in January 15, 2012.
There is a similar product available at Campaign Coins (http://www.campaigncoins.com/) that run about two or three times the cost per coin. However, Campaign Coins has designs that are more fantastic, and more designs (more shapes and multiple denominations).