A Free One-Shot Adventure
Merry Christmas Everyone… I’m just getting that in now in case I forget to make another post before then. Either way, I have a present for all of you
Click on the image above to go The Warehouse and download a fun one-shot all about trying not to get eaten by the undead. It’s simple, has all the info you need to play, and can even be played without a DM if you like, although I’d argue that makes it more of a choose your own adventure than a TTRPG.
From the same page you can also download a MAP handout, the STL files for the game (to download and print on a resin 3d printer), OR, if you like to paly online, grab the Roll 20 Beta character sheet, and an undead token.
Go on… Accept my gift to you.
Kickstarter 27th of September!
The Kickstarter is READY!
If you are curious, feel free to check out the Kickstarter Preview.
Facebook, Twitter are still things. Use them to communicate productively… or don’t. I don’t care. I’m not your mum! Bye for now.
Nearly There Yet?
All over the place this month, and late with my update. It is an actual update this month though, so YAY!
I’m sure nobody cares but I actually did what I said I was going to do and made a video about learning some scripting. I think most of you might find that fact more impressive than what I actually managed to put together in Roll20.
I don’t know if any of that had a point, but I always wonder that about me vlogging and blogging.
Facebook, Twitter are both places I kind of exist. Maybe you should do something with that knowledge… NO! Not try to get me banned. What kind of evil lunatic are you. I just meant talk to me. Sheesh! Bye for now.
Happy Easter! (If you need this STL file just take it!)
A bit early but I’m going to lose internet for a few days so I thought I’d get this into the wind before then.
Remember when I said I was going to be sculpting that sci-fi guy. I ended up doing some other stuff instead. I think it should be pretty obvious by now that I juggle a number of disciplines and that often leads to some progressional acrobatics. I admit I just made up that term, but the road to release of SARIL is nothing like a straight line. I mean c’mon, It travels through fantasy worlds, outer space, and around time loops full of demons in the wild west.
One thing I did was update the SARIL website: tidied a few bits and bobs, but also fixed a number of issues it was having on phones specifically. It now looks significantly less terrible.
I realise this might look a little odd if you are using your phone right now. To all intents and purposes I’ve just posted a smaller screenshot of the same site you are on. Sorry if that causes a mental crisis, but just go with it.