Some days I like my printer. This was not one of those days. It was one of those days where you create new curse words to describe your frustration. You ask your printer to do things that are anatomically impossible, not that it has the anatomical parts to perform such acts. This is on of those days where you wish objects had feelings to hurt. Am I mean? Maybe. But when you request a simple thing, like print landscape instead of portrait, of your printer, you don't think too much of it until it refuses. Maybe you're asking the printer to change the size of your document, but no matter how many times you click the button to change the size and save, the printer reverts back to a size you did not select. Over and over again.
I finally settled on what it wanted to do and stopped fighting it. I lost every battle.
bring you Along Came the Spider, my 34th micro-adventure. This one
features the map I drew in a map book a good man sent me as a gift. The
map that is included was drawn in my vehicle at lunch and scanned in to
use for this adventure.
This adventure was inspired by folklore. We've been messing with
folklore in our Pits & Perils game and that inspired me to come up
with something. A folklore thing. An artifact. But not some powerful
magic item, but a thing, a symbol that contains meaning to people who
know it. A thing that inspires or causes fear.
My $5 patron will receive the zine copy of Along Came the Spider at the end of the month and the PDF is free for anyone to download.