Never Goes Smooth...
Wednesday, August 9, 2006

Okay, so, really, it just never goes smooth. But this is why we playtest right?

BWAH! The Vampire Slayer is gonna take longer than expected to produce. Mostly because the playtest showed some GAPING BLACK HOLES in the mechanics. For example, Vampires had the ability to embrace others with a ROCKET LAUNCHER...so that has to be fixed, despite the humour value. That was just one of the few dozen things that made characters too uberpowerful.

Also, Fruity Oaty Bar the game...still trying to find ways to get the game down to a 20-30 minute format instead of 4 hours...*sigh*. It's fun, but loooooooong. I want it to be quicker, so still working on that.

In better news, I have tons more stuff at my Space Bazaar http://www.cafepress.com/10thcrew for Firefly, Serenity, Joss, Buffy and Angel fans as well as a bunch of new stuff in my catch-all section known as the Cyclopian Sheep Productions. Also, if you want to help with the Ariel Ambulance Rescue Group, I am their official product designer and all profits from any purchases of AARG gear goes straight to the restoration and exhibition of the actual ambulance used in the episode ARIEL from Firefly!

Also, from the department of Great Shows That Were Cancelled But Shouldn't Have Been comes the development of an all new card game based off of The Tick live-action series (which only had 9 gorram episodes...DAMN YOU FOX!).

Lastly, I've been posting my comic, % in Liar, here on FFF.net. It is based off of real occurences in my own RPG group, mostly, so please read it and post feedback. So far, 4 sessions, and I'm still inspired! ;)

So lots of thing in the works, and more to come. Also, I'll be at Dragon*Con, so if anyone else is going, maybe I'll see you there!

Keep Flyin'!

Oh, and remember, my Space Bazaar is always looking for new and exciting stuff, so send me your t-shirt (or sticker or button...etc.) requests and I'll see if I can accomodate you!



Thursday, August 10, 2006 8:16 PM


Vamps with bazookas? huh...that would be a problem, wouldn' it?




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