Friday, June 29, 2018

Obsessive Compulsive

Sometimes...I obsess.

Who does? You Adam? Nah.

It's true. As anyone who's perused my blog or knows me can tell you, there are ideas I hook onto that I just can't let go of until I thoroughly explore them.

To that end, I haven't been able to post lately because I have too much to say.

Doesn't make sense does it? Hear me out...

I saw a movie recently and ever since I haven't been able to get the idea of running a game in that universe out of my mind. 

I am deeply pleased with our new Champions campaign, Champions: REVIVAL. We've had three sessions so far and the game is straight up slamming! I keep opening up blogger with the intention of talking about it...and then I think of my new idea.

I wanted to do a follow up post about the Star Wars one-shot I ran that might just turn into a campaign. I have one half written but...I keep thinking of my new idea.

It's an idea that will probably never see the light of day. It's something that nobody else I game with likes as much as I do as far as I know. 

Doesn't matter. Can't stop thinking about it. 

Expect more posts in July then you've seen from me in recent months, but expect them to be about my new idea. It's the only way I'm going to get it out of my system.

Stay tuned...

Barking Alien


  1. Any posts are welcome. Always enjoy your insightful commentary on gaming and your interesting takes on ideas and universes from other media.

    Really looking forward to catching up on REVIVAL, but don't let that stop you from sharing your other ideas.

    A half-formed thought, or an incomplete gaming post, from you is always going to be more inspirational than blank space ;-)

    1. Wow. Thank you so much for this comment Tim. It really made my day.

      Recently I have been concerned about maintaining my blog for a number of reasons, the main two being I just don't have as much time as I used to and I don't know if it really has the relevance it once did.

      A 'Do gamers really read gaming blogs anymore?' mindset has taken hold of me to some degree. I don't see my own favorite bloggers posting as often as they once did (present company excepted) and certainly there aren't as many bloggers posted about the kind of stuff I post (and there never were). This has me a tad discouraged of late. I feel like I am too busy with life and running games to discuss then online with community that isn't interested.

      Your comment reminds me that someone is If I feel like writing and at least one person feels like reading it, well, maybe it is still worth doing after all.

      Thanks Tim.