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So I found out a friend of mine was using some pirated pdf @Wizards_DnD products to plan his next campaign. Found out he had no intention of purchasing, nor did he feel bad because they were a "big company." Here is why that pisses me off:

#dungeonsanddragons #CriticalRole
I am CEO of a really tiny RPG company that is desperately trying to break even on our products. We do this for love, for sure, but things cost money. Not only that, as much as I thought I did, the main thing that I have learned is how much work it takes to make even small things.
Right now we are working on a #savage worlds setting called #ArchonsofNikud and it is going to cost us thousands of dollars and untold thousands of person hours to make. It is hard to describe the blood, sweat, and tears that will go into this project.
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So, @VoiceOfOBrien’s @CriticalRole one-shot was my first time ever playing D&D. I’m grateful to Liam for asking me to guest. I loved all of it... and the 6th grader in my heart finally got to experience what is beloved by so many. There’s a story here, so welxome to THREAD: (1/9)
A while back, as #CriticalRole was taking off, I told @matthewmercer over lunch how inspiring it was to see so many people delighting in his storytelling, in everyone’s incredible role-playing, and in the game itself. He asked if I’d ever played. I said no. (2/9)
I’d always wanted to. But I wasn’t cool enough. Matt tilted his head a bit, and asked me to explain. A friend in 6th grade played D&D. She had an expansive imagination and a sense of adventure I admired, so I asked if I could play, too. But she said I wasn’t allowed. (3/9)
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While I'm waiting for someone I'm going to entertain y'all with some #tarot facts and fun oracle/fortune tidbits I've learned over the years

This thread will have pick up and die down as needed but hope you enjoy (DM for card reading info)

Okay first things first the origins of #tarot are widely disputed.

Some claim ancient Egypt others Asia while others still claim europe.

With all these different claims to it then it's no surprise that there are multiple kinds of decks.
Here's some of the most common #tarot types that I'm aware of although I'd love to know more.

- italo-portuguese or Tarocco Siciliano it's a 64 card deck and none of the cards have reversed meanings.
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