Happy new year!

Happy new year!

Happy new year!

As a part of end-of-year accounting for L&B, I pay out profit shares to contributors and donate 10% of DTRPG sales to the Southern Poverty Law Center. This year I’m happy to announce that I was able to give $800 to the SPLC. So if you bought an L&B product this year, thank you!

Along with this auspicious beginning to the new year, I am quitting Facebook and paring down my life in order to focus as much as possible on comics and RPG stuff. Since G+ is sinking, the first steps in this department are to reboot my old blog, connect it to the L&B shopfront, and start posting again on a regular basis. I’ll let you know here when that’s all in order, which should be within the next 10 days. I’ll also be setting up a mailing list for anyone who wants to stay apprised of our activities.

My priorities right now are Stonetop (design & layout) and Freebooters 2e (development/playtesting). My contributions to both of these projects have been minimal over the past 9 months due to book tour stuff, but the dust has settled and I am super-eager to dig back in.

Thanks for your patience! Watch this space for more details.

12 thoughts on “Happy new year!”

  1. Looking for FB 2!! Really enjoyed the first edition. Did you think go to MeWe or other? If not we will go to the Blog for keeping tuned

  2. Mike Davey I’ve found that the DW and PbtA communities there are pretty good and non-toxic. There’s already some Freebooters content on the DW sub and lots of people regularly recommend Perilous Wilds. It could definitely be a good avenue, though per Reddit rules someone other than Jason Lutes would have to start it, right?

  3. That all sounds like a good plan to me. Still looking forward to FotF 2e; I use your excellent random tables regularly.

    But why SPLC? They seem to have gone a bit nutty in the last few years.

  4. Kyle Strong, if you’re not just trying to stir the pot I would be interested in specific examples of what you’re talking about, and we can discuss those via direct message instead of here. I think the SPLC is not perfect, but I don’t know of any other organization fighting intolerance as effectively at the same scale.

  5. I’m no expert on the SPLC, so I’m not sure a private discussion is warranted. It’s just that after hearing about their articles about/classifications of Maajid Nawaz, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Charles Murray, Sam Harris, Christina Hoff Sommers, and others, the SPLC seems pretty incompetent.

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