VAIN THE SWORD Salt and Stars Edition The sword may be in vain, but we’ll take our chances. By Renefor , adapted with permission from Phlox ’s original edition Art by Thorø Larsen Pirates. Robbery on the high seas, merchants of favour and fortune, people without borders or a king or oathkeeper to tell them what to do. Democracy at its finest, and gold to be had. Or gems. Or really big barrels of rum. Each year is not like the last on the high seas, Hell, each week isn’t like the last. But if one thing stays the same, it’s that we get to decide our own laws and our own fates. The sword may be in vain, but we’ll take our chances. Click on the image below to view Salt and Stars! Or don’t, a pirate is free.
(see bottom of post for Legamon: Mystery Dungeon Character Creation) It occurred to me during the height of the Legamon hype on Phlox’s GLoG server that it would (could, should ) be fun to play a Legamon variety of the Mystery Dungeon series. It then occurred to me that I would probably have to create it (alas, I could not find it in myself to try to press-gang Phlox into doing so, especially since he’s never played a Mystery Dungeon game, I believe), if I ever wanted to play it. And so here we are, about a week and a half into my process of building out this game, which has me experiencing the usual swings between a manic state of “I can create whatever I want, however I want, and do it exactly how I PREFER” productivity and the more depressing “I bit off more than I could chew in a confusing way, hm?” side. But that is process! It’s the same process I use for all my creative endeavors, I just feel like I should complain about it this time. So far, I have most