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The US is still doing better than us in a few things, like, very surprisingly, nutritional information labels… ugh. Well, you shouldn’t eat much packaged food anyway, cooking is more fun!

I got nostalgic when I saw ICQ and Winamp, but I got horrible flashbacks of my very first junior year as a dev when I saw the Visual C++ screenshots 😱

The first Harn hardback Kickstarter is up, in case you’re not nerdy and/or OCD enough to use binders to classify your medieval RPG material!

Oh hey, GURPS Realm Management is out! As with many GURPS 4e supplements, it’s cheap, small, and oozes of generic ideas that are easy to use or transpose into a different system if you don’t use GURPS!

A couple of us North American nerds are organizing a local time-zone friendly alternative to Dirk the Dice’s British RPG book club! First meeting is April 17th in the morning, discussing (among other books) The Elusive Shift. DM me for details!

The Delta Green Kickstarter keeps on giving! Frankly at this point I don’t even know which books I still have coming up… 😅

This month’s chocolate delivery, courtesy of Origins Chocolate Bar!

When I make a scenario: Step 1: I have a couple plot points, NPCs, and locations in my head and/or on one page of notes. I could run it as is with lots of improv. Step 2: I start writing a draft for real. The adventure quadruples in size 😅📚

I received my hardcover copies of the Sandheart trilogy! It’s a campaign for RuneQuest Glorantha set in Prax… in which you can see a few illustrations and maps by me! Yay!

GURPS now has a supplement for playing furries! Yes, you read that right! (this is why I love GURPS :D )

It’s been a long time since I last visited MacLeod’s… here’s today’s haul! A mix of art and writing references…

Current status: re-watching Conan The Barbarian with the wife to establish some baseline word associations that were missed in a recent game of Codenames: Duo…

It’s so let’s participate for the first time! I’m a French & Canadian (but not French-Canadian!) half-black game programmer by day, and aspiring illustrator and writer by night. I hope you like these!

The excellent Origins Chocolate Bar in New Westminster is doing chocolate subscription boxes! Here’s their selection for January (I took the safe “dark chocolate” subscription). Visit them and/or subscribe!

People of the Lower Mainland! If you want some real good French croissants and other baked goods, I just realized that Ca Croustille Bakery is delivering every week-end! Go go go!

And by the way, having only very recently upgraded to a Face ID iPhone, the face recognition unlock’s only upside so far is to easily unlock your phone when you have gloves on.

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