As some others in the blogosphere have been doing, I thought I'd kick off 2012 with a look back at what I got up to in the previous year. Just looking through the posts I made last year, I've picked out one or two each month, which for me are defining moments.
- In January, I played old-school D&D for the first time in many years, and put the finishing touches on my Tome of the Spider Mage.
- In February, I published a PDF of my Elementalist class for Labyrinth Lord, and wrote about psychoactive substances for adventurers.
- In March, I wrote some nice illusionist spells dealing with prisms.
- In April, I participated in the A-Z challenge, which ended up in the publication of a PDF with a load of new spells: An Arcane Alphabet.
- In May, I decided to run my first game at a con, and wrote an amusing little historical piece about orcs in my campaign world.
- In June, I decided to write a book!
- In July, I won something.
- In August, I published a PDF of my Necromancer class for Labyrinth Lord.
- In September, I didn't do that much, but I did name the book.
- In October, I had an idea for an online collection of old-school monsters, which Alex Schröder kindly realised during the night, while I slept! It unfortunately hasn't gotten the attention it deserves, so go and check it out right now!
- In November, I finished the draft version of my book, and had some amusing conversation about what happens to playerless PCs in a dungeon.
- In December, I didn't do much, but I did draw a funny picture.
Happy 2012 everyone!