He was at best part-time and was very likely a contractor. Was he even on-site?I started to lose all of my confidence. I started to lose trust in myself. After finding out that I wasnt getting an extension or FTE, I resolved to just finish things out and take care of myself. To stop fighting and to just survive, quietly. But it just kept getting worse.
Hasbro expects WotC to turn a profit? Wow, never saw that one coming.Trust actions, not words. Not "look at how much we freelance so and so", because freelancing is exploitation of diversity with no support for the freelancer. Not "here we finally did what we KNOW we should've done a long time ago", because they only care about how optics turn to dollars. EVERYTHING involving D&D will continue to farm marginalized people for the looks and never put them in leadership. They wont be put on staff. They will be held at arms length. I hope they prove me wrong.
So he's a freelancer who just very publicly burned his bridges with the biggest employer in his field. He's never going to work in this field again.“After finding out that I wasnt getting an extension or FTE, I resolved to just finish things out and take care of myself”
Must be a day ending in y.Gather round, boys and girls, for Uncle Goose has a new story to tell. You have never heard this one: another genderweird SJW indie RPG designer has been outed as a sex pest! Meet Ben "SwordsNFlowers" Chong, who always keeps his sword close to the delicate flowers of South-East Asia. Like all stories, it gets better as it is told, with many twists, turns, and new revelations.
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There are a bunch of other names, but it would be tiresome to document all of them. There is an interesting takeaway in there, too: apparently, the South-East Asian game design community is almost exclusively the domain of trannies.
Didn't see this post before.I have a relative who is currently running a D&D 5e campaign and wants to try new systems once that one is over. I'll be taking a look myself as well since I rarely find people willingly to do that.
Now I need suggestions, he wants something easier than 5e when it comes to encounter building and combat, but not something braindead either.