Thursday, August 26, 2010

200...and a Few You Might Have Missed


Welcome to my 200th post, 241 days since the inception of my blog.

Instead of looking back at my most popular posts, I'd like to re-offer some of my favorites that didn't find an audience the first time.  Since the readership is bigger now, maybe somebody we'll find some value in these "gently used" posts:

On January 15, Reel Adventure Seeds distilled four films in four different genres and one Warner Bros. cartoon down to their essense and recast them as fantasy gaming adventures.

Fantasy Pharmakon on February 12 maybe didn't grab people with its name, but it offered up some recreational pharmaceuticals from fantasy literature, suitable for game consumption.

Last but not least, March 16's Scum and Villainy presented a gallery of eclectic, urban rogues from the city of Terminus, in my world of Arn campiagn.

Thanks to all of you who've supported my efforts!  I hope you'll continue to enjoy 'em in the future.

13 comments:

Risus Monkey said...

Congratulations on reaching your 200th post milestone. It's an impressive feat, especially when you consider the consistently outstanding quality of the posts. I can't wait to see what you do with your next 200.

jgbrowning said...

Congrats!

Shane Mangus said...

Congrats, Trey!

Matt said...

Congratulations. I look forward to the next 200.

Dungeonmum said...

Congratulations! Your blog is a go-to, here's to many many more posts.

Daddy Grognard said...

Raising a glass to you at this end, my friend.

Trey said...

Thanks, guys, for your support and your own efforts in our blogging community--it makes doing this day after day worthwhile.

James said...

Congratulations!

Trey said...

Thanks.

ancientvaults said...

I have never read a mediocre post from you, Trey, everything is interesting.

Trey said...

Thanks. Given the prodigiousness and quality of your own efforts, that's quite a complement!

NetherWerks said...

Cool. Congratulations. Looking forward to the next 200 posts...and the new RPG as well...

Trey said...

Thanks, NetherWerks.