It’s Tuesday again already? Let’s Do This.
At 9pm Eastern my friends and I will be streaming our Gods of Vareon D&D game. Dan Wells is our dungeon master. Brian McClellan, Mari Murdock, Charlie Holmberg, Ethan Sproat, and I are playing, respectively, the no-healing¹ Cleric, the no-prisoners Rogue, the no-romance Druid, the no-religion Paladin, and the no-fighting-please² Bard.
I’ll doing high-speed color sketches of in-game events, and new subscribers get to suggest targets for my pen, so if you’ve got an Amazon Prime account with unused Twitch subscriptions, this might be a good use for them!
Previous sessions are available on YouTube, but our giveaways (including some of those sketches) are reserved for the live audience.
We’ll be at Salt Lake City FanX doing a one-shot adventure in Room 255 DEF from 5pm to 9pm on Thursday. I’ll be doing the in-game sketching thing during the show, and those sketches will be given away to audience members. For reals!
I’m not exhibiting at the show³, so if you’re in Salt Lake City for FanX this weekend, your only opportunity to catch up with me will be Thursday evening. And while I can’t promise you a live D&D sketch, I’ll definitely sign whatever merchandise you may have that needs my attention.
¹ This has proven inconvenient. My bard is now the party’s main healer.
² My bard was pacifist-leaning before he realized he was also the combat medic. He now has even more reasons to try to talk his way out of a fight.
³ Regarding exhibiting at FanX: Sandra and I have tried several times to make it worth our while, but it’s just not. Four of our five least profitable shows in the last 10 years have been FanX/SLC Comic-Con, so as much as I’d love to have a presence there, my time is more pleasantly⁴ and profitably spent at home drawing comics.
⁴ Of course, if this Typecast thing is enough fun, and enough of a hit, Typecast might exhibit next year, and I’d definitely be there for that.