RPG Blog Planet Features

I haven’t had a lot of response to my question about a New RPG Blog Planet, but what I have had has ranged from “sounds like a good idea” (with suggestions for alternatives) to “SQUEEE!” (which I interpret as fairly positive). I’ve had a bit more time to think about …

New RPG Blog Planet?

I am aware of the RPG Blog Alliance (RPGBA) and the RPG Bloggers Network.  Neither of them does exactly what I want. If I were to create a new RPG blog aggregator that would store the article texts in full (for search and index purposes only, I don’t want to …

Polyhedral Pantheons: Sanity Check

When developing something new, it is often worthwhile to look around and compare to similar things that already exist to make sure you’re not going too far off the rails — or if you are, that it is in a direction you want. In this post I do a rough comparison of my intermediate results with the Greyhawk pantheon to make sure I’m not too far out of line. I’m mildly surprised at what i find.

Links of the Week: April 16, 2012

Not so much reading this week as last week, but a fair bit more writing.  I finally got around to updating and modernizing my Polyhedral Pantheons article from 2007. Hall of Fame Additions Body Models Not all high-level athletes look alike.  Nina Matsumoto has a page full of pictures (photoshoot …

Links of the Week: April 9, 2012

Nice, quiet week off, I’ve done a lot of reading. Hall of Fame Additions 10 Secrets to Creating Unforgettable Supporting Characters Charlie Jane Anders wrote an article at io9.com about Creating Unforgettable Supporting Characters. I’ve included the summary list, you’ll have to go to the post to see the explanations. …