Friday, December 20, 2013

It turns out there actually IS a Secret Santicore this year...

But my Christmas offer stands firm:

So tell you what: Comment on this post and tell Santa Rachel your Christmas wish, kiddies, and I'll do my level best to provide it, within the limits of my abilities. Tables, fiction, poetry, new content, anything you want that takes up no more than two pages. If you feel like being charitable, volunteer to take up someone else's wish, or just heap more on my pile, I'll take it on. Ho ho ho.

8 comments:

Brendan said...

Joey is working on this year's:

http://metalvsskin.blogspot.com/2013/12/secret-santicore-2013-2-page-preview.html

Arnold K. said...

I wish I had done Santicore this year. Want to do a gift exchange in the 5 days we have left?

I would like a list of beautiful jewelry/treasures made by insane, insect-worshipping cultists.

Roger the GS said...

Can Rachel draw?

Edward Wilson said...

Umm, it should be on the way--I was one of the wranglers this year, actually. Of course if you want to do some cool poetry or something that would be awesome.

Rachel Ghoul said...

Roger: I can't, but I'll try?

Everyone else, yes, I know that now, thank you.

ProfessorOats said...

"... no more than two pages."

Crap, can't ask you to write my game for me then. I don't think it's within even your power to extend the amount of time in a day, so I'm running out of ideas...

Ooh, I know! I love reading other people's house rules (despite it being a cause of so much frustration), so maybe a list of some you've used in the past. I'd be especially interested to know how you modded 3E "back in the day"

Rachel Ghoul said...

Sorry, Oats, I cannot alter time, speed up the harvest, or teleport you off this rock. I'm only a droid, and not very knowledgeable about such things. Not on this planet, anyway.

But I could talk a little about houserules. Wouldn't have so much to say about what I used in 3e and all-- I was young and foolish back then and tried to keep it by the book. I'll see if I can remember any alterations I did, in fact, make.

Roger the GS said...

Rachel: OK, how about a description of a single room, locked for 200 years, in a castle run by mad wizards and aristocrats?