Showing posts from April, 2021

New Podcast Episode!

VooDoo Dolly here, bringing you the latest installment of The Story Told podcast! Fall of Jiara 41: Pearl and Silver The Prince of Jiara finally holds the ball to allow the suitors to introduce himself while Maera and Shao bring their warning to the Queen of Sarkarn. Listen on the player down below or at The Story Told website! 

Interview with The Hardboiled GMShoe!

  Voodoo Dolly here, bringing you an interview from The Hardboiled GMShoe!  Our VP, Christopher LaHaise, was recently interviewed by them, and they discussed The Advanced Story Point System.  Read the interview here:

'Keepsakes' Playtest Conclusion!

  VooDoo Dolly here, bringing you the exciting conclusion to our first playtest of Keepsakes! Watch the VOD at our Twitch Channel ! Watch this space for future updates and news regarding our Kickstarter for Keepsakes and The Advanced Story Point System!
  Voodoo Dolly here, bringing you the lastest episode of The Story Told  podcast!  This week, Griffin and Logan wax poetic (and not so poetic) about the perils and pitfalls of establishing a setting for the games you run! Be sure to check out the attached PDF for Griffins Setting Meditation as well. Listen on the player below or at the official website ! 

Re: Georgia's Voting Restrictions

  VooDoo Dolly here! In light of Georgia's new voting restrictions, we at FMEI  would like to join the many companies taking issue.  FMEI is dedicated to fairness in elections, and believe that this string of voting restrictions are unfair and put undue pressure on minorities. FMEI firmly believes everyone should have the right to a free vote, and that these draconian measures are deliberately meant to restrict minorities and 'get out the vote' actions taken by predominantly black communities and especially black churches. FMEI condemns Conservative attempts to declare providing water and shelter to voters in line as illegal, while also making it more likely that lines will be longer - again, in regions which are predominantly black. While employees of FMEI do not have fixed hours, we do support our employees being able to vote - and see no reason to hinder our employees in any capacity when it comes to this civic duty. #vote