Coming up for air

I’m still knee-deep in the Month of Weddings and Vacations, so not much gaming is going on beyond the occasional window of World of Warcraft. Writing on my WoAdWriMo adventure is coming along, albeit more slowly than I had hoped. It turns out actually writing an adventure that can be used by others–as opposed to just jotting some plot notes for myself down on a page and running a game on the fly–is not nearly as easy as I’d thought! Nevertheless, it’s been a fun writing challenge thus far.

At any rate, I’ll leave you with a NYT piece on Chinese gold farmers. Yeah, the gold-farmer situation has been covered pretty heavily already, but the article has some interesting angles I’d not yet seen before.

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2 Comments

  1. 805pm says:

    I feel your pain. I’ve been out of town every weekend since the beginning of June, which has left me with little spare time to write my adventure. Last night, I realized I was going to have to write 2.5 pages a day from here until the end of June if I’m going to make 32 pages.

  2. Andy says:

    Ouch! Glad I’m not the only one struggling to keep up with adventure writing! I’m trying to keep the last weekend of June relatively open so I can do a binge writing session then to complete the adventure…

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