I have acquired a bunch of old D&D books, which is always a great way to get me excited about writing/statting things. Something that I always find amusing is finding a way to stat up myself or my friends, which of course requires me to write up snarky feats and flaws and skill descriptions and things, and occasionally consent to look at d20 Modern. Anyone who may or may not be reading this, keep in mind that any making fun of you I may do is not actually personal, and is for the sake of humor only, and also that you are terrible person and ought to be collectively exiled to like, Staten Island or something.
So seeing as I have a job this summer instead of school, I’m going to attempt to ignore my actual work at all costs and instead attempt to hone my rather underutilized mad writing skillz, in a possibly-vain attempt to convince people that I am better at worldbuilding than I am computer science, and that the past six years, spent with my nose permanently affixed inside some D&D v3.5 sourcebook, have not been fruitless.
I’ll probably be posting ideas as they occur, and then expanding on them over the next few days. The goal is to develop formats for writing these things that are fairly understandable to most people, which helps me organize my writing, which helps me actually write documents instead of making illegible notes that I will inevitably re-discover 3+ years after writing them and have to decipher.
With any luck, I’ll also be able to expand on some projects I’ve already got going, which will require note-deciphering, so they’ll take a while. And with all my free time at my new full-time job, I might even be able to ‘finish’ something! What has this world come to.
In any case, here is a brand-new shiny blog for all you people to comment all over and poke fun at. HAVE AT IT.