There's been a lot of changes happening around Dungeons & Donuts behind the scenes.
Sad news out of the way first, though.
Unfortunately, D&D Encounters ONLINE has been postponed, most likely indefinitely. My work schedule is pretty rigorous, allowing me only the most inconvenient times to be online and host games (both for myself and for players).
Anyone who's followed the web series on Youtube should be unsurprised. None of the D&D Encounter episode 'seasons' are complete.
I'd like to apologize to all of my assorted online players from Google+, as well as the audience we've had on Youtube. All of you are fantastic people, and I love playing D&D with you all.
While I may host some Google+ Hangout games in the future, I can't say for sure when that would be.
Now some great news!
So, this blog is infrequently updated. Most of the content I produce is either image based (maps, character sheets, doodles, etc) or lengthy opinionated ranty posts (with images). The amount of content I produce that contains game advice, tables, and useful tools (which most of the D&D community seem to want) is very small.
That said, I'm transferring a great deal of this blog's content to a new tumblr. It'll have all the articles, rants, and pre-gen characters from this site, only in a more pleasing to the eye (and efficient) pictorial format.
Please follow us on tumblr. It's really good (and good for you!).
With a tumblr, I can guarantee weekly updates, as well as flex my photoshop and tablet muscles (which are scrawny and need to be worked out). Also, there's a ton of blogspot users writing about D&D, but very few on tumblr. Working here, I'm just another monotonous voice amid thousands, but over there I have the chance of being heard a little more (or, at the very least, my voice will be more unique).
Thanks to everyone who's supported this blog so far. If you can, please give the new Dungeons & Donuts a visit. It's similar to what's come previously, only better.
Seriously, you'll want to check it out, if only for the 4-page guide that allows you to make a 4e D&D character from scratch without the aid of books or software...all in less than 20 minutes!
I think that's a record.