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You can’t predict chaos

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They have a dragon sorcerer and a half-dragon in their party. OF COURSE they were going to befriend a pack of kobolds, because why wouldn’t they? I’ll point out that the Hoard of the Dragon Queen book offers absolutely zero guidance for what to do if your players decide to recruit or other-wise join up with the cultists.


If you’ve been looking for a way to help us stay afloat, but hate the idea of Patreon, look no further. We have finally have a store page:

They’re really just links out to our Arcana Check content on The DM Guild and DriveThruRPG, but that seemed like the best to us, since that’s *the* trustworthy place to go for RPG content, and I want my WordPress site handling credit card information like I want a hole in the head. And since I am a millennial and crave death, please understand that I am trying to say that I do not want credit card traffic coming through my website. Sorry for any confusion!

Speaking of Craving Death!

Zach and I are both attempting to find jobs in meat-space. We love Thieves Can’t, but it definitely does not put rent over our heads.

If I get a job, basically nothing will change for you guys. I do this for fun, and it takes up very little of my time. A decent portion of my income would go to making sure Zach gets to keep his starving artist lifestyle.

Jobs I’ve applied for: garbage person (it pays really well and the shifts start early, so this is kind of the dream); media assistant for the city of lawrence; camp counselor; instructing positions at local community colleges; administrative assistant positions, and just a mess of stuff I applied for so long ago that I forgot what they were. These are things I’ve applied for all in the last week or so. I’m in the wealthy end of Kansas, so I am hopeful that the economy is going to recover in such a way that one of these people looks at my resume and says, “yes, this person, call him.”

If you’re currently getting a master’s degree in communication, my advice for you is “haha, don’t do this.”

Alternatively, hey, if you need a friendly, lefty neckbeard, reach out to me. I am for rent.

If Zach gets a job, we’re almost certainly going to have to cut updates down to something less than one a week. He’s applying for really cushy graphic design jobs, though.

None of this should screw with the Kickstarter. That gets the brunt of our free time at the moment.


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