Saturday, October 18, 2014

The Great Purge

Lo, as was promised in days of yore, it has begun!

If you'll look at my blog list, you'll see it's noticeably shorter. It's not as short as I expected it to be, but some blogs got whacked. Most got whacked because they're not even there anymore, which is annoying, but what can you do? Others because they haven't updated in over a month or...

Well, to be blunt, this is my blog list and represents blogs I find interesting. So with some, they changed their formats or topics. The Nerdy Girl's Game Blog is now Amber By Design. It's a neat crafts & cooking website, but not really the sort of thing I associate with Trollsmyth. With others, I drifted away from them.

Others haven't been updated in years, but they're still here because I still find them useful (like the wonderful Hamsterish Hoard and How to Start a Revolution), or I've linked to them a lot or I find them of historical interest and value (like Grognardia). Such blogs will likely always have a spot on my blog list for so long as they remain up.

Next step: adding new blogs. I'm still soliciting suggestions, so if you don't see one you think you should, let me know!


Jon Bupp said...

Dyson's Dodecahedron is a wonderful source of maps.

Goblin Punch is wonderfully gonzo.

That 70's Game has done a nice job of converting some 3e/Pathfinder stuff to 5e.

From the Sorcerer's Skull has cool world building ideas.

More world building and a continuing series of magic items at Anarchy Dice.

World Builder's Blog has been putting out some nice monsters recently.

Lum said...

I'll second Goblin Punch.

I'm surprised you don't have Telecanter

Aeons and Augauries is good.
Elfmaids and Octopi is freaking awesome, and if you like Metal Earth, I bet you will find things you like there too.
Dungeon of Signs is reliably very good.
I like my blog too, but I don't post too often and, as they say, your mileage may vary.

Lum said...

Also Necropraxis is very good.

James Introcaso said...

Thanks, Jon Bupp!!!