Bartholomew is the writer monkey. All hail the writer monkey.
Head over to yesthievescan.com and bookmark that for updates. Also you might do an archive dive — I realized a few of Issue 2’s pages were missing from the archive here!
The TC comics that are here will remain here, but it’s going to be a place for Ramen Empire stuff exclusively as of this post.
See you guys around!
Zach and I review Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes in our first Metasode of Thieves Can’t Podcast. Give ‘er a listen.
You do need the Monster Manual to get this one. No apologies.
Not really. Sometimes they get pretty long though, just because when I’m fast and loose with the language, I inevitably have to give some ruling that either lets someone break the world or be really disappointed.
Also the dragon was secretly made of time-dust, so when I let this work, there was a reason other than “dragons are technically made of material.”
Huge shout-out to the enthusiastic group that came out to see us at Common Grounds Coffee in Fort Scott today for the Second Story event. It was a blast talking to you guys about RPGs and meeting you after the presentation. Thanks for making the trip awesome! If I saw you there and didn’t get a chance to get your contact information, or you wanted to follow up on an idea, feel free to leave a comment here.
Episode 2 of Thieves Can’t Podcast is out, and I think I can safely say that we kinda can podcast. Definitely looking for your feedback on this project as we go forward with it!
There will be a link out on Patreon a bit later — technical difficulties are preventing an upload there. Expect it to be distributed to itunes and other podcast-grabby-places shortly.
Additionally, for our Patreon Subscribers for Thieves Can’t, we’re putting up the entire behind-the-scenes process of how we’re making issue 3 of Thieves Can’t — starting with the script. Click Candor and her awesome Eyemac for the Patron-only link to our script-in-progress, where you’ll be able to see what’s going on in the next issue, and get a sense of what sort of jokes make the cut and what sort don’t as we turn script pages into comic page mockups. You might even catch one of us in there writing or editing, since I’m fairly certain that Google Docs lets people spy on writing live.
Also, be sure to catch us Saturday, 11:30 AM at the Common Ground Coffee Co in Fort Scott, Kansas, where Zach and I (or at least one of us) will be talking about how to write for tabletop RPGs.