Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Quick Update Re: Baby (and Pathfinder Coverage)

Just wanted to give a quick update--the hospital internet seems to have walled off Blogger, so I can only get on here sporadically. That means I may not be able to comment regularly, but my pre-scheduled posts shouldn't have any issues. In any case, thank you for all your kind thoughts. My son and my wife continue to do well, and I feel incredibly blessed by all this. So thank you, thank you, for your good thoughts and wishes.

Thanks to everyone who commented or emailed (we had a ton of emails on this one!) regarding our James Jacobs interview. The response was overwhelmingly positive, and I'm pleased, because I plan to try to expand a bit more on our Pathfinder coverage. That's not to say it will be to the exclusion of other topics--we'll still blog D&D, small press, and whatever general gaming topics that come up--but there are a ton of blogs doing an amazing job covering D&D 4th Edition. I'll be working to do something in the same vein with Pathfinder as the opportunity arises. Hopefully that means some interviews when fitting, some product reviews (if possible), and general reaction and news regarding Pathfinder. If you hate Pathfinder, bear with us--there will still be more general and generic material on here than anything else, and I'll continue to work hard to keep this blog updated, topical, and interesting within the scope of my cursed inborn Midwestern politeness. :)


Ron Perkins said...

Good to hear from you, Zach! Hope everyone continues to do well!

Questing GM said...

Hey, then what I am I left with? I love Pathfinder too. :(

Just kidding but I will try to keep up with my coverages too (maybe I should bribe Jason Bulhman for an interview).

Zachary The First said...

@Questing: You're gonna shoot me, but I have an interview with him next! :) If you want, I'd be happy to coordinate some coverage between our sites for future stuff!

Questing GM said...


Coordination is a great idea. I would love to share coverages or resources (if I have any) on our sites. These days that's what my site has become anyway.