Today (as I’m writing this notation; yesterday as it’ll run) is (was) my birthday, and in celebration, I got you new story content. The Long Retreat is, of course, a return to the setting for the very first content I … Continue reading
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Weekend content update: you’ll have some parvusimperator procurement content at the Fish Bowl on Sunday.
Sorry for the super-short update. I’m a little under the weather, and I couldn’t rouse myself to type for all that long. My target for this story remains 400+ words per update, and I hope to be back to that … Continue reading
Happy US Election Day, unless you’re not voting for the people I am1. I did promise longer updates, but your author is preparing this one late after a late night, and he could really use the sleep. I’ll see about … Continue reading
Sorry for the update being late. I typed it last night, and opened the dashboard here at least three times intending to schedule it, but got distracted all three times. You may also have noticed that, as promised, I changed … Continue reading
We return to our regularly scheduled update, uh, schedule. Here’s the tentative holiday schedule: Now through November 21: regularly-scheduled updates. Week of November 24-28: no updates. December 2 through December 12: regularly-scheduled updates December 12 – January 9: blog-only updates. … Continue reading
This is the last story update for a while. (We’ll be back in January.) We will be running various bits of content at the Fish Bowl and here. You may have noticed the Command Ops AAR which started yesterday, which … Continue reading
Greetings, readers. It’s been a while since I’ve used this space, but I have two things to say today, so here we are. First off: more on the Procurement Games at the Fish Bowl. Parvusimperator chooses a fighter which is … Continue reading
I’m excited to type the next few pages—they contain the most cogent explanation of magic in this universe I’ve ever produced. I’m very clear on the concept; I’ve just never managed to get it to paper with anything like the … Continue reading
There you have it—the basic structure of magic in this world. You’ll likely have a better grounding in the practical applications by the end: that scene will probably make the cut.