Dungeon World: Tabletop RPG that combines classic fantasy with modern rules. It is built on the PbtA engine and emphasizes narrative gameplay, encouraging players to create rich stories through their actions.

MÖRK BORG: Apocalyptic fantasy RPG characterized by its bleak setting and minimalist design. It stands out for its stark, impactful art and streamlined rules that promote fast-paced and grim gameplay.

Ironsworn: Tabletop RPG designed for solo, co-op, and guided play. Set in a dark fantasy world, players make vows and embark on quests that drive the narrative forward. The game is known for its robust mechanics that support storytelling.

Fork: Great Git client for macOS, built by a family of software developers. They started working on it on their free time and now it’s their full time job. It’s a great application.

One Player, Many Worlds: A new blog where I share notes from my solo RPG sessions.

Micro.publish: The official home of Micro.publish, my Obsidian Plugin for publishing notes as posts or pages on Micro.blog.

Epic Tales Tavern: Featuring daily AI-generated images for unexpected dungeon encounters.

Personal Blog: My personal blog, where I post about technical things, photography, and publish my opinion on certain topics.

Listening To Metallica Until They Say “Yeah”: It’s because of things like this that I love the internet.

How to Play PbtA (Powered by the Apocalypse): Ironsworn (and Ironsworn Starforged) is a Powered by the Apocalypse (PbtA) game, but there are many others. This video explains what PbtA is and what the subset of games in this video have in common (as well as some differences). Pretty interesting stuff.