In the last post on long-distance D&D (2 weeks ago) I expounded on time. This time it’s supplies. I bet you expected space, but no. Space should be abstract. The tale of a fairytale kingdom across seven forests and six sees, five months of travel away sounds fantastic. The tale of an orc-goblin kingdom 2,276 miles away, with 1,600 light infantry and 400 heavy infantry is horrible and dull.* Also, yes, this post is also a suggestion to go and support the WTF rpg and art patreon.
Because I’m sometimes pre-occupied, my posts are sometimes slow. My second post on long-distance D&D (3 months ago) dealt with supplies, the first dealt with time. This one still isn’t touching on space, but instead attacking inventory. You’ve probably already heard that … more >>>