Well, it happened again. Another week on Twitter, another fight about why metagaming is bulls&$%. But what is metagaming? And why is it a waste of time to worry about it? Well, I’ll f$&%ing tell you.
A brief explanation of where the hell I’ve been and what’s happening.
I know you should never give an opinion about an ex- in a public forum, but it’s been six years now since I broke up with 4th Edition and it’s time to talk about why our relationship had to end.
In this second Ask Angry Superblitz, I’m going to answer two questions that just keep coming up pertaining to GenCon. I’m also going to take off my mask and talk about my experiences with the geek community, judgement, and Sailor Moon.
Have you been using my tips to create your own original content? Do you want to publish your content? Do you want to maybe even SELL your content? Great. Just don’t get your a$& sued. Fortunately, the OGL and the DMs Guild can help. If you know how to use them.
The problem with players is that they always want to run around and do things in your game. Things you weren’t ready for. Or ask questions you don’t have answers for. And sometimes, even your own brain will turn against you and demand you add a crazy idea to your game. So how do you change the story of your game on the fly?
We tell a lot of funny stories about gaming. But just because a story is funny doesn’t mean its good advice. In fact, most funny stories are funny because they aren’t good gaming. It all comes down to tone.
All right, f$&%ers: it’s time for my (sort of) monthly update. Well, it’s actually a little early this month. Or late. I can’t remember if I did one for February or not. But I have to do it because this week’s schedule (as I alluded last week) is sort of f$&%ed. And the future schedule is not f$&%ed. But it IS changing! And I’ve also got some exciting announcements as well as some sad announcements. So, let’s do this.