We are on itch.io

I’m pretty happy with DriveThruRPG’s setup. At one point, they charged for free products, but I’m sure they realize that driving traffic to the site for free stuff increases the chance of people buying stuff. That’s good.

But I’ve noticed itch.io recently, and so I will be setting up another site there.

Right now, the basic 2D10 RPG is the only item available, but I’ll be adding more in the coming days.

2D10 RPG is now Creative Commons licensed

Another nice post of good news –

The 2D10 RPG, in all of its one page rules of glory, is now officially Creative Commons licensed. You can use it to create your own works of creativity and imagination, as long as you give some attribution. I am glad there are fans and writers who see it as something valuable to use to power your own games and creations.

(And special thanks to Shawn E. for encouraging me to make this change.)

I am linking a very simple formatted of the basic rules with the license embedded (via Dropbox), but I will find a more formal way to upload this on the 2D10 page soon.

If you have any questions, please let me know in the comments or send me a quick email.

2D10 Gets Some Fixes in This New Year

Thanks to some helpful eyes from a fellow fan, I was able to correct a couple of errors in the 2D10 RPG Rules and Extra Rules documents available on DriveThruRPG. It’s a New Year, so why not begin with this kind of bang? I am thankful for all the feedback I’ve received on these super simple rulesets, and I do have some more plans in the coming year, including a small printable compendium which will have some extra stuff in it.

In other industry news, Mystic Ages Publishing fully supports all efforts to make this a hobby that is safe, where abuse has no place. While I haven’t attended any conventions in years and am not really part of the industry (at best having a few PYWYW games), I support those efforts and will commit to only attending and supporting events that have clear procedures about working to build safe environments for vulnerable people. It’s important to me, and it should be important to all of us.

Stay tuned!