Thanksgiving has come and gone and life goes on. Below is a summary of what we posted for the month of November. We made a total of 55 posts, launching our ongoing foray into Friday Flash Fiction, joining in the Art Every Day Month Challenge, and of course, continuing our exploration of Lithus Sector every Tuesday and the ongoing adventures of Bujilli every Thursday. It was a busy month, but a very good one.
Gus L. from Dungeon of Signs recently said: "Wernspittle really is one of the great blog based settings." James M. from Grognardia said: "The walled village of Wermspittle is surrounded by garbage-infested shantytowns and its labyrinthine sewers are filled with all manner of unwholesomeness. Plagues and warfare are abroad and the once-secluded village has seen its population increase, as refugees and fortune seekers make their way here. Wermspittle is a weird urban fantasy campaign -- and we need more of those!"
Wow! Thank you. It is nice to receive some recognition for our efforts, and you both really made us both smile quite a bit.
We are at-work on the Wermspittle Index, Player's Guide and a few more things along those lines (including, perhaps a certain illicit Grimoire...), so make sure your werm-pliers are handy in the weeks ahead.
We participated in the Art Every Day Month Challenge, posting a new piece of fresh artwork most every day for the month of November. We did miss a few days, due to scheduling conflicts, but there will be a summary/round-up post that will cover those sorts of things later this week.
We titled this series 'The Late Show.' Each piece was done at the end of the normal business day and was intended to get posted in one minute increments leading up to midnight. Silly, arbitrary, but it made things fun and for the most part it worked. The pieces that missed their deadlines will be gathered together in the summary post.