Cortex Prime is happening folks! I (might be) part of it! If the Kickstarter hits $75,000 then you’ll get to see my little contribute to the world of Cortex Prime.
I got a message on Obsidian Portal today from a user called DissenterKnight. He found my Gotham Nights page and wrote to me. I’ve included his message so you can see what he said. I wrote a pretty lengthy response and I wanted to share it with all of you too. I talk a bit about getting into Smallville (a story I’m sure you’re all very familiar with), a bit about party-conflict in gaming, and the strengths of Smallville. I also do some shameless promotions for good measure. Check it out and let me know what you think in the comments.
Awhile ago I was talking with my friend John. You might know him from JohnWickPresents.com. Keep in mind that I called him my friend, it’s quasi-important\interesting later. Anyway, John offhandedly mentioned something about the Forefathers of Gaming. We discussed, briefly, who our personal forefathers were before the conversation moved elsewhere. For some strange reason that conversation has been rattling around in my brain for some time. I keep going back to it and thinking about my personal forefathers. Something about my list just didn’t seem right to me.
Yesterday I came across a post on Facebook. Today I want to talk about ten random books and what they mean to me.