The Family Friendly, Yet Way Terrifying, Story Of Mostly Purple Patty And Evil Zombie Santa Claus

…co-starring her Grandpa Boris

Hello, children! It has been a battle these past couple of days between your kindly old Uncle Doc and LiveJournal and this poor old laptop. Many times have I been nearly ready to throw the laptop away and then crush LiveJournal HQ under my sandaled feet.

Seems to be an LJ vs Opera problem. On Firefox now.

After some thought and comments by both doc_mystery and others, I’m scrapping the idea of a website for my writing in favor of a monthly PDF E-zine with a linked blog allowing for audience participation and comments. More details in the following poll.

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370 comments on “The Family Friendly, Yet Way Terrifying, Story Of Mostly Purple Patty And Evil Zombie Santa Claus

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  2. grayhawkfh says:

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  3. grayhawkfh says:

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  4. grayhawkfh says:

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  5. grayhawkfh says:

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  6. grayhawkfh says:

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  7. grayhawkfh says:

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  8. grayhawkfh says:

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  9. grayhawkfh says:

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  10. grayhawkfh says:

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  11. grayhawkfh says:

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  12. grayhawkfh says:

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  13. grayhawkfh says:

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  14. grayhawkfh says:

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  15. grayhawkfh says:

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  16. grayhawkfh says:

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  17. grayhawkfh says:

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  18. grayhawkfh says:

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  19. grayhawkfh says:

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  20. grayhawkfh says:

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  21. grayhawkfh says:

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  22. grayhawkfh says:

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  23. grayhawkfh says:

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  24. grayhawkfh says:

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  25. grayhawkfh says:

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  26. grayhawkfh says:

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  27. grayhawkfh says:

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  28. grayhawkfh says:

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  29. grayhawkfh says:

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  30. grayhawkfh says:

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  31. grayhawkfh says:

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  32. grayhawkfh says:

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  33. grayhawkfh says:

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  34. grayhawkfh says:

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  35. grayhawkfh says:

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  36. grayhawkfh says:

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  37. grayhawkfh says:

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  38. grayhawkfh says:

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  39. grayhawkfh says:

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  40. grayhawkfh says:

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  41. grayhawkfh says:

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  42. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  43. grayhawkfh says:

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  44. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  45. grayhawkfh says:

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  46. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  47. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  48. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  49. grayhawkfh says:

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  50. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  51. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  52. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  53. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  54. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  55. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  56. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  57. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  58. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  59. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  60. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  61. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  62. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  63. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  64. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  65. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  66. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  67. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  68. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  69. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  70. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  71. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  72. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  73. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

  74. grayhawkfh says:

    My only additional thought at the moment would be to see how this goes. 10-15 pages/month is a good start, though if the demand is there (and the desire/drive/energy is there for *you*), you may want to up the page count (and price).

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  149. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.
    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?
    ::B::

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.
      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.
      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.
      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.
      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.
      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.
      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.
      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.
      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

    • Doc Cross says:

      Themes for individual pieces are ok, but I don’t think I’ll do entire theme issues. Too restrictive.

      As for not having a fixed schedule for publication, I want to do it to try and get more writing discipline. And each issue will be on sale at DrivethruRPG/RPGNow forever.

      Also, at certain points…once a year maybe…I’ll compile and expand things like settings and books of characters into stand alone products.

  150. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.
    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?
    ::B::

  151. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  152. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  153. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  154. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.
    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?
    ::B::

  155. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  156. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  157. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  158. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  159. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  160. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  161. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  162. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  163. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  164. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  165. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  166. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  167. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  168. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  169. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  170. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  171. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  172. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  173. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  174. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  175. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  176. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  177. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  178. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  179. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  180. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  181. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.
    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?
    ::B::

  182. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  183. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  184. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  185. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  186. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  187. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  188. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  189. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  190. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  191. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  192. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  193. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  194. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  195. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  196. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  197. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  198. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  199. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  200. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  201. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  202. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  203. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  204. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  205. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  206. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  207. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  208. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  209. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  210. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  211. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  212. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  213. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  214. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  215. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  216. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  217. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  218. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  219. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  220. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  221. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

  222. doc_mystery says:

    I don’t think you need to tie yourself to a fixed time schedule of ‘issues’; you could simply release themed PDFs (say a ‘pulp issue’ where you have a loose story framework, some maps, and some character write-ups sans stats, or a ‘Toon’ issue where you have a bunch of plots, some staple characters and maybe someone to draw some cartoon pics etc., or a ‘maps’ issue where you include a bunch of pre-made maps for the clueless GM to fill in, or another issue where a single map is shown to be recylcled for a fantasy game, and SF game and a horror one, or a ‘reprint’ issue of some of your favourite articles for A&E, or…) as the urge and time fits you, and have them hosted on RPGNow or DrivethruRPG for perpetual sales.

    As for a name, how about something like “Doc’s RPG Tavern”?

    ::B::

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