Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Appreciation and Updates

It's been a long day. I sit down to check the blogroll and see this! Max Cantor has used multiple generators from this blog as threads and, through skilled interpretation and storycrafting, spun them into the history of a world.
Max, I cannot thank you enough. This was exactly what I had hoped someone would do with these generators. This practice you have started, of remixing and celebrating the works of fellow creators, reflects the very best of what our community can be.
If you haven't yet heard of this Max fellow, he was the one that inspired me to start this blog in the first place. From the beginning it was apparent that he makes cerebral, inventive content with incredible depth and scope, and his powers have only increased with time. Fettered as they currently are by the stresses of a tech fellowship, still they are fearsome.
And now, the oracles of sand, sea, and star begin to gather and whisper of his return...


Some updates:
-Currently working on two large blogposts. One is a follow-up to Mapping with Playing Cards, the other is a system of a similar nature but different purpose.

-An announcement for a fairly large project that I've been working on for the past half-year is incoming.

-Additionally, a small but very strange mini-dungeon is in the works. It's... completely and utterly insane.

-Multiple commissions are in the process of negotiation. One is for Michael Lombardi's kickstarter project Beneath the Canals, which is looking to be a conflux of stellar art, writing, and visual design by some very talented creators. More on this soon.


  1. It was my pleasure! I'm pretty happy with how it turned out, like a premise for a deadspace-esque survival horror dungeon crawl.

  2. Mini dungeons! Yay! Weird mini dungeons! Double yay!

  3. Mini dungeons are my obsession. I am extremely excited.