[2019.3.11] (Re)Birth of the Trudge
Well now, that looks a little bit better, doesn't it? I spent some time yesterday tinkering around in CSS to get the words to look more pretty. This is more important than it sounds; if your words aren't pretty, they become harder to read. Who wants to wade through illegibility for a few good ideas? Not me, for one. Commenting on the platform itself wasn't the only reason that I returned to WorldAnvil. Honestly, it's not really a reason at all, just a nice little stinker of a result. Nope, the real reason that I've returned in this way is because I am attempting to create for myself a stopgap that I feel has prevented me from posting in the past. Again, all my criticisms of the platform must be taken into the context of hey, this is still a very new product! With that in mind, I had trouble developing any real content for my world because I lacked the middle ground between published post and musings. These posts will hopefully be that mid-ground. Barely edited, they are more of a stream of conscious than anything else. I'm both a verbal processor and a messy one, so honestly these posts are as much for myself as anyone. I mean, hey, if you get your rocks off by reading them, more power to ya. You won't find anything too deep in here (at least not yet), but I felt that it was a good way for me to stay linked to the platform. For example, if it wasn't my bedtime I would get into the details of a tribe of people I've been thinking about who are able to control a bond they have with a weapon. Or more likely, the LaceCrash. Or whatever we're going to call it. I've been playing quite a bit of netrunner recently, so the concept of a cyberpunk-themed fantasy shtick is lodged in my brain like a uncomfortably-shaped banana. Maybe tomorrow if I stop griping about the platform you'll hear more about it.