2017-03-22

"What happened to yer blog Mr. Henchman Abuse?"

Worthless status update incoming!

"So what happened to ASE4-5?  Where are all the session reports?  When will you publish again?"

a. I played a lot of Destiny on the PlayStation 4
b. I designed a lot of electronics (my other hobby).  Little circuit boards everywhere, doing things at dangerously high voltages
c. And now I'm playing a lot of Ark: Survival Evolved on the PlayStation 4.  Yeah this is RIGHT UP MY ALLEY.  Dinosaurs for days!
d. I try to get the group together but it's tricky getting everyone together, so not playing as much as I want
e. There was an unrecorded session of White Plume Mountain.  They recovered Wave, went back to Under-Miami, and were introduced to the mayor at a dinner party - who in turn introduced them to Ashkasor.  Players and Ashkasor pretended it was their first meeting, and veiled threats were exchanged.

But yeah, ASE4-5 is still on my radar.  I just get distracted by whatever the latest project is - it's kind of a thing with me, I've always got a half-dozen incomplete projects in the backlog.

In the meantime, just got an email from someone starting up an ASE campaign, and he's blogging the play sessions here:  http://selfportraitasagiant.blogspot.com/

Creative stuff with Monsator!

5 comments:

  1. Glad to see ASE is still cooking. I've got hard copies of the first two books and will purchase the third when it occurs. It is a fine product!

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  2. It is great to know that you haven't disappeared.

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  3. Hey, thanks for the link! Having a blast with ASE, and should put up play reports every other week, with other RP stuff in between. Looking forward to reading ASE 4-5 whenever it comes out!

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  4. Pat's alive AND Gus teased new Apollyan stuff at Dungeon of Signs. Good times!

    This is our ASE campaign, would love to get it back going again:

    https://1000towers.wordpress.com/

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  5. I've just started an ASE campaign, so I'd love to see ASE 4+. However, I figured I was going to read Winds of Winter first. Any rough idea of a timeframe, Pat? Are we talking months?

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