I've got a few things I want to work on, not the least of which is figuring out a fun and fair way to give out some prizes to my readers. I suck at contests tho, at least when it comes to being a participant, which doesn't make it any easier when you want to run one. Maybe a contest to decide on a contest ;)
Anyhow, I'm also looking at doing a fairly complete listing of available quick-start / fast-play / playable previews that are available for free download in PDF form. Although I find I rarely use them as written, they are an excellent way to get a peek at the various game systems. Much easier to break out the wallet when you have an idea you might actually enjoy the full game in question.
I need to go back to checking out the VTTs that are out there. Fantasy Grounds 2 is going strong as always, but iTabletop 2 / Pandoren is getting closer to a full release and is looking damn nice. Give the videos a peek to see what is in store (links are at the bottom of the page linked above. That sounds nice and awkward... heh). It's getting so I can almost taste it ;)
I also need to update Battlegrounds RPG and Maptools to see where they are at.
Interesting. The Opera web browser plays much nice with Blogger then Firefox. I think I need to change browsers for real now.
I'm also trying to find the time to give Legends of Steel - Barbarians of Lemuria Edition a nice read through. I have had the Barbarians of Lemuria (Legendary Edition) PDF for a bit. BoL (LE) reads real well (haven't had a chance to use the rules in action) and has a near perfect 5 star score (9 of 10 reviews are 5 star, the other is a 4 star) at RPGNow. From what I can gather, its the same rules with a setting change. Should be fun to compare the two.
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