This is another quick update.

I had promised a map and a review for this week. Things don’t usually go as planned.

My father had a heart attack this morning. He had a surgery and is now stable, but not out of danger yet.

Until the situation is better I can’t continue working on (and being stressed about) the blog.

This blog is a work of love and I do it as part of me liking tabletop RPGs. However, since it’s a hobby, at this point of time my priorities must focus completely on my family.

Since I have a review mostly finished, I’ll try to finish and post it at some point. I also need to make some other, RPG related, announcements but I’ll see when I’ll be able to do it. After that, I don’t know.

To the people who have trusted me with their work, I apologise. It will take more time than expected for me to review it. I hope you understand.

Until the next time, be well.

A small break

By the time this gets posted my surgery will have probably finished.

Thankfully, it’s not a dangerous surgery. However, it’s still a surgery, which means I’ll be taking a break for at least a couple of days. I hope I’ll be able to return before the end of the week. No promises though.

Take care!


Edit: The surgery was successful. However, I’m a little worse than I was expecting to be. This means I’ll need more time to rest. Hopefully, my plans for posting this week’s Unearthed Arcana analysis and one review before the end of the week won’t foiled. That’s all for now.

Update: Of Earthquakes and Dead Laptops

The following update contains mostly bad news.

If you’re following me on Twitter you’ll probably have noticed that I’ve been tweeting about earthquakes recently. That’s because since last Saturday the area I live in has been hit by a few hundreds of earthquakes, some of which were quite powerful. There is still seismic activity in the area but it’s not as bad as the first two days.

This has disrupted my schedule in many ways, scared me a bunch and because I had to sleep in the car for two days I also have a couple of minor health issues. Fortunately, there have been no injuries and only minor damage to buildings has been reported.

During all that, my laptop decided to die. Thankfully I had most of my work backed up but I’ve still lost some of it. I’ll have to get a new one but I don’t know when I’ll be able to do that. This means that I don’t know if I’ll be able to write here as much as I want. I’m using a small tablet to write this post and it’s not easy.

That’s all I have for now. I hope things get back to normal as soon as possible.