So this is what it's like to be out of gas.
That's it, folks. My good friend kweee's editorial is the only new one this time around, and he's got a few things to say about what our RPGs could be. That kite-flying one sounded pretty boss, I say. In addition, I dug up three other eds from the archives: Doug Hill's discourse on regular and MMORPGers; Chris Politz's ponderance on a 'what if' pertaining to the bad guys; and Michael Henninger's history of an era of RPGs a lot of us remember fondly, for various reasons.
I would like to not do an update solely of classic eds, and I don't want to miss one either, as I've been told They will harvest my brain for the good of the community. So, I respectfully inqure that all available would-be opiners (that's a word, right?) get down with their bad selves and churn out a good editorial or two, or four. Four's a nice, small, even number, and that seems to be a theme here. C'mon folks, I'd like to keep my brain. That's where I remember all my stuff, like which key opens my car door, or which five-grand-or-less-mobile is my car, or which folder on my computer hides the
pr0n important documents. I like remembering that stuff.
Now, we won't be having Eds Hour officially, since that's a biweekly thing, but I wouldn't mind having a bit of a rap session with any of youse actively interested in writing. So here's what we're gonna do: I'll be in IRC at 8pm this Wednesday, at #edscorner. Anybody interested, you drop by and one of two things happens: either you pitch an idea you have in your head, I help you refine it, and you send it in whenever you bloody well please; or you show up all eager to write, I think up something for you to write, we refine the topic and go from there. No hour limit, no obligation to produce on the spot, just a simple discussion on potential editorials topics. I know that all of you haven't suddenly gone into peaceful coexistence with each other on me. That would seriously bum me out. >.>
In conclusion: go forth, my minions! Conquer the Internets!