I don’t know what happened.

I don’t know what happened.

I don’t know what happened. A few hours ago, I posted a link here to my redesigned DW Play Kit, available for free on DTRPG for all of you to enjoy, and also asking for some feedback.

A few minutes later however, my post disappeared, but is still visible on my own G+ profile page. What happened? Did my post get removed by a moderator? And if so, why? Is it not allowed to post DTRPG links? I can’t seem to find any community rules and I’m wondering why this happened…

17 thoughts on “I don’t know what happened.”

  1. I saw the original post. I’ve seen plenty of people post their links to DTRPG here, so it’s definitely allowed.

    Even sorting the community by Most Recent, I can’t find it.

  2. We recently had the same phenomenon in a German speaking community that posts disappeared for some. It seemed to be a sorting / filtering issue by Google plus similar to the setting option “sort by relevance” but not use identical to that setting.

  3. Scott Selvidge Yes, I removed the default Undertake a Perilous Journey, Make Camp and Take Watch moves, and replaced them with the Perilous Wilds alternatives. I also exchanged the Hireling moves for the Follower moves and added the Severe Weather moves. All these moves I lifted from the Perilous Wilds supplement, which I pretty much consider to be a must-have when playing DW. Jason Lutes did an amazing job with that product! Go check it out on DTRPG! Too bad I couldn’t get my hands on a hard copy anymore.

  4. When posting an update in this community a few minutes ago, I noticed my post disappearing again after a few seconds, but found out why that is! There’s a Preferences menu item for the community and that has the option “Sort by top posts or most recent” which is set to “Top posts” by default by G+. That’s why posts disappear at first and might reappear after a while. If set to “Most recent”, I get to see all posts! Feeling a bit silly I didn’t see that. Just wanted to let you know in case this happened to you as well.

    By the way, thanks for all the great comments I received about the Play Kit! I addressed most of them and just updated it. Biggest changes are the support for letter-sized paper in addition to A4 paper, Follower templates, the added alternative Ranger for The Perilous Wilds and an additional Moves Reference (without Perilous Wilds moves) for those who like the original better. Enjoy!

  5. Amazing! This is a sharp-looking document that ties together several key knowledge sets (the core rules and the Perilous Wilds) in one package. Jolly good show, old chap! Seriously. I’m blown away.

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