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Unfortunately, I have no way to have a conversation on Twitter. I miss doing that a lot. I can, though feedly.com, share links to Twitter. This makes my twitter account a long list of links with little to actually say.

At some point soon, I'm going to start doing a round-up of all the links I send to Twitter.After all, since I've become a curator of sorts, I can at least summarize.

For now, though, I've been keeping the following links up because I don't want to lose them.

A Word List of Shapes

Over at the phontistery, you can find all kinds of wonderful word lists. This list of shape words is my favorite. Many of the names just ooze Old School Odd.

Open Game Content from Mutants & Masterminds

The D20 Hero SRD has the goal of providing all the OGC from the third edition of M&M. Of interest to me is the Measurements Table. I keep thinking I can use it in Andras somehow...

Secret Maps of the 1930s

I found the link from another blog, but I've had a heck of a time finding out who pointed me here. My apologies. Anyway, this link features a tale of a man that claims to have mapped a secret underground world. Map is included in the article. Woot!

Irregular Magazine

Who knew? Not me, that's for sure. What a great magazine - and it is free!

Project Gutenburg Is Great

Noisms publishes a list of great source material for gaming from Project Gutenburg. I have greatly enjoyed reading the books by Baron Dunsany.

Speaking of great source material, I have begun reading Almuric. The English Major in me reels at the thought. It's like mental bubblegum. The twelve year old in me, though, just relishes the story. For the record, this is a poignard.

Rethinking the Core Races

Sword and Board provides a 5e take on core races. Very cool. Speaking of cool core races, here is the reskinned Halfling as rat-people. Very, very cool.

The Fantasy Trip Resources and Clones

This kind of speaks for itself.

I have been feeling awful for quite a while. I'm hoping to be back to writing soon. I have revised The Needle post so many times, I fear I won't just push the Publish button and move on.