No posts pending for this last weekend. After blowing myself up last October, I more or less trapped my wife at home for rather a while. This past weekend, she got away with her girlfriends to Duluth for the weekend, and I got the kids. That’s great, and we had fun . . . but there was no time to sit and write.

So while sometimes I can polish off some retroactive posts, with a nod to Aragorn, today is not that day.

What can I say? 

Next weekend will feature a review of Action 3: Furious Fists, which brings martial arts awesomeness to the rules-light Action series.

My D&D5e project will undergo some low-key playtesting. I’m still quite pleased with how things are shaping up, but it’s clear to me that I need to make some firm decisions about what this is going to “grow up” to be. I have some clear options, and I need to choose which ones they are. Setting or no setting? Lethal-minded or more forgiving in combat? Stuff like that . . . and I have strong opinions already, so I just need to decide if I’m going to commit to my predispositions, or not. Exciting either way.

Game on for Aeon tonight, and I’m almost wondering if after last game, if we’ve either hit a “new” Season, or if that was what would be the equivalent of the Christmas break half-season cliffhanger. Feels like that, so I don’t think we’ll move on to S2E(n), but we got a lot of good intel last game, and this one we need to figure out what to do with it. Oh, and we’re still trapped in the basement with a sociopathic AI and his sociopathic partner and his sociopathic nemesis. It’s like a political campaign where your best option really does seem to be Cthulhu, because why vote the lesser evil?

One thought on “Took the weekend off

  1. My current goal on my blog is one post every four days, sometimes squeezing down to three if I build up a bunch at once (which has happened in the past).

    So far, I'm largely barely squeezing that out this year, with some 5- and 6-day gaps. So a weekend off is doing far better than I.

    At least I'm handily beating my old goal of at least one blog a week.

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