Change of Projects.

I once had what I thought would be a fun horror/space game for FATE. It still looks pretty in my notes.


Once upon a time recently I was planning to do a horror/space one shot for FATE RPG.

First, GI Joe RPG showed up at my doorstep. Then, Freelancer: Skies Over Tolindia showed up in the mail. I backed it on Kickstarter wayyy back when I still had a job/stable income. Finally, I recently acquired a copy of Mutant Crawl Classics RPG, which promises to be as fun as DCC and Gamma World combined. Woot!

Needless to say, I have three big reviews I want to write in coming days. I’d like to drop a few one page adventures for GI Joe and Power Rangers RPGs while I’m at it. They’re easy enough to plan. I might also cook up a couple of adventures for DCC and MCC, since Goodman Games is pretty cool about their intellectual properties.

I can always come back to the other stuff, right?

Just because I abandoned one spiffy project for other things doesn’t mean I can’t come back, right? It was a good idea once and will still be there in the future if I decide to come back to it. I still have my hand written project outline.

For a guy who doesn’t work a regular job, one would imagine I have a lot of time on my hands. It looks good on paper, anyway. When I have four kids to chase, a wife to support and all of my own wacky projects? Time evaporates rapidly and I find myself writing for my Blog at 2:00 in the morning. Yay.

For added excitement, my youngest developed an earache at 4:00AM on Friday. We have Little League games all weekend. My oldest has to be taken to and from work. Somewhere in there we actually have to cook and get groceries in there. Oof. To think I wanted to squeeze in D&D or Power Rangers in the midst of the chaos. Maybe next week? LOL!

I appreciate all of you. Thank you for being here with me on this incredible journey. See you tomorrow at about 2:00AM.

Author: Jeff Craigmile

I'm a tabletop role-playing game writer and designer from Des Moines, Iowa always looking for more work. I'm the father of four boys and human to three cats.

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