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this article about fantasy maps (and why fantasy characters should have them) is giving me a ton of interesting thoughts for #tabletop games:
especially this part: "They would be specialists’ tools requiring specialists’ skills to parse and decipher. A ship’s captain would have a certain kind of map, a spy would have another, a priest still another."
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ACAB, food mention Show more
one of my fav frozen yogurt places in a queer neighborhood:
1. redecorated and appears to be under new management
2. gives cops in uniform their food for free very effusively
cool cool cool cool
There's a culture of negativity forming on the fediverse, similar to other platforms. The instinct is to call attention to it and critique it, but that itself is just creating more negativity
I think a better tactic is to make a conscious effort to create and spread more positive content, even simple stuff like the plants you're growing or the meal you're having
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