So, as I've said before, Dragonkeeper+ Patrons and giveaways and subscribers are in our first round of printing (and those have already been printed, arrived, and shipped back out!) and I've put in an order for a second round of printing for after-the-fact subscribers, late Patrons, and free copies for contributors and goblins. I'm sending … Continue reading Spring 2018: Printing Updates!!!
Hey, folks! Now... I don't exactly have a board room full of suits to give a report to, and gods willing, I never will. (Blazers are welcome, but Chucks, jeans and your geek/band tee of choice are preferred.) But the people who I DO report to are you, my gobbies. Not really, but in all … Continue reading 2018 In Review
Anime Expo is coming in July! Updates on ITTD 2018, TTRPGs in need of review, new swag i the shop and more!
Greetings and salutations! A blessed new year and hopefully a wonderful Chryssam and winter festivities for you all. We here at the Dungeon are unspeakably grateful for a very successful first year with Blake's Dungeon Quarterly Magazine, and doubtless an even better one in 2018. Here are a few things we did in 2017: Made our … Continue reading Wiser Than Before
Sooo... A quick list of things I worked on today, for any of you who are interested: modified the banners from the 5000x5000 (albeit gorgeous) pictures I had previously and made some that are smaller -- smaller pics, less formatting time, should make for faster load time on the website. took suggestion from one goblin … Continue reading Website Modifications
Sooo... Hmph. What should I even say about Fall issue? I mean... It happened. But god, with the move and the no-moneys, and then suddenly a job that sucked up all of my life (BUT MONEY!!!) I was kind of... Working my ass off there for a while. There was almost no hooplah for it, … Continue reading To Recap
First of all, holy fuck, you guys. WE DID IT. WE DID A SECOND ISSUE! When I first thought this thing up, I was a telemarketer selling magazines, and I figured this would be a kind of bullshit way to build a clientele and brand for the eventual Dungeon, and maybe 15 people would read it, but … Continue reading The Beast From Below…