Thanks.Pandemonium Games was once an aborted plan to expand into retail. After securing the computer infrastructure, I used that as a shell of WEG direct sales.
I used art from the D6 Core books/ GM screen because I like the art and think it has the potential to be rather iconic.
Again, i have to butt in here. This is an example of ignorance of the RPG Industry and possibly of small business. You can have a company make a living, heck, a damn good salary but not choose to work at it. For me, it was running a game store, actually two. Fairly successful and making close to 70K gross per store in the 1990s. The work was unbearable. The stress was killer. The hours long. In short, entirely not worth it.For instance, it makes absolutely no sense that WEG paid a living wage but Eric decided not to work at it full time and instead took a different job, and has managed to rack up a lot of personal debt. Now, maybe his definition of "living wage" differs from mine, but if you can't afford to pay your regular bills (like property taxes), then I wouldn't consider that a living wage.
Very next post by the same author at 8.44 pmLet my formally apologize to everyone for my lack of professionalism, especially with regards to Dana.
Dana, you are an enormous fucking asshole.
Wow way to show love, by stereotyping and name calling all the people in the community you claim to love in the exact same sentence.I was my wash hands of RPG.net and the hordes cat-piss men gamer masses that don't realize that most game publishers do what we do because the love (or loved) this community, but still you manage to treat us like crap.
Yes, how DARE these filthy customers ask for an actual product? Why can't they just give you money and then go away? Truly, the life of the game designer is a long and arduous journey.I am also -- out of here. I wash my hands of Dana Jorgensen. I was my wash hands of RPG.net and the hordes cat-piss men gamer masses that don't realize that most game publishers do what we do because the love (or loved) this community, but still you manage to treat us like crap.
One could always hope...I am going to refund or give exchanges to everyone as they desire and that may yet be that last thing I do in this industry.
Yeah, that's really going to improve your business. Face it, you fail at publishing.As this hobby industry shinks from it's great past, it is sad to see that, rather than doing what it takes to beathe life back into it, we snarl like ravenous beasts fighting for scraps. The hobby will die because it must die. I've is a social hobby designed for people with all the social grace of a reptile. A fat, disgusting reptile with just enough education so that put on an air for sophistication, but they really just justifies the world's labels of gamers as hopeless, vile dorks that need to be put down like lame dogs.
This is, what, the third time you threaten him with implied physical violence? Classy,Give yourself a pat on the back, oh great crusader of the unwashed masses. You have defeated me. You've unjustly labeled me a criminal and attacked me for years, and I've not more heart to fight back. If we should square off again, it will certainly not be on the internet.