but just barely.
I had known for a while what I wanted to do this year and as far as posting goes I got it. It was fun to share my thoughts and read others thoughts and remembrances of this old (and some new) adventures. While I focused on the top 30 Best, I also looked at others. In the end, they are all adventures I will either run or have run in the past. I had a great time.
There were also a lot of great blogs in this Challenge, and I didn't get anywhere close to visiting them all. I didn't even get to visit all the blogs I had really wanted to visit. Lots of reasons for that, but mostly it was work related.
Every year I struggle with the questions "Do I do this again?" and "What should I do?".
I have done "Witches", "Vampires" and "Demons" already. I have considered "Undead" and have many of the creatures already picked out. That could be fun and I have this old red notebook full of undead creatures I created back in the 80s that have never seen the light of day anywhere else.
One of my own goals for this Challenge is to spread the word of our little hobby here. I don't have to guess, I can look at my analytics and I know my audience shifts in April. I get a lot of new people coming in from the Challenge. This is my time to speak to people outside of our little corner of the internet. I want to evangelize our hobby.
I think doing a month where I focus on different OSR game might be nice, but I had done something like that in 2012. Are there even enough OSR games/products with all the different letters? Can't think of "Q" at the moment unless I cheat and do something with "Queen" again. Though I do have X and Z figured out, so that is something.
The point of that sort of posting would be to get someone that is new and put them on the path to a game they could play. I buy and hand out copies of "Basic Fantasy" all the time, but I can get so many more people here.
I suppose the criteria for me would be these would have to be complete games and OSR ones are preferred. I guess I could start a list.
What would you all like to see?
You are the reader, what would bring you back each day?