This is a personal blog, mostly from Stephanie Bryant (mortaine), but with a few guest contributors who are close to me.
I am a 40-something Agile coach, game creator, knitter, and author, living in Las Vegas, Nevada. I’m married, no kids. I love my friends (who live both near and far) and my family (who all live far!)
Current Projects and Hobbies
- No Man’s Sky civilization: Luminumbra Collective
- Wiki editing in general for Fandom
- Working at Praecipio as an Agile consultant.
- Playing bass in a punk rock band (currently on hiatus).
- Writing various games
- Including: 200-word RPG Winner Escape Pod One Launching
Social Media Policy
I’m on Facebook, Mastodon, and lots of other sites and networks, usually as mortaine. I usually add people back if they add me and don’t appear to be spam or porn bots.
Where to find me – Please use this site to find me on your social media platform of choice! I update it about every 6-12 months.
3 thoughts on “About this Blog”
I enjoy your coverage on indie table top games of Kickstarter so I wanted to subscribe to your newsletter via the sign up box at the bottom but every time I try it redirects me to /blog/about/# and doesn’t appear to do anything.
Also, my friend and I are working on a card game similar to Bang! called Deceit. Given your great post about great resources for making games, I’d love to get your thoughts on how to make Deceit an even better game than Bang!.
Would you be open to play testing a copy of Deceit after we iron out the kinks and do our first prototype run?
Let me know!
Thanks for the heads up, Bernard– I will take a look at the subscription link.
I can’t make a promise about playtesting– Bang! isn’t a game I know a whole lot about. But I’d be happy to try, and to pass it along to more frequent board/card gamers to playtest if that works for you as well.
Awesome, our first prototypes just came in but I’ll keep you posted!
We still have a long long way to go.
Sorry for the delayed response, I didn’t realize you replied because I didn’t get an email about it.
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