Two days ago we released the revolutionary 6d6 Online Tools.

Yesterday morning, I wrote post about how I would be working on 6d6 Magic and that now everyone can now follow its development, word by word.

Yesterday afternoon, shortly after the blog post went live, I lost my internet connection for most of the day and was unable to work.

The irony of the situation is not lost on me.

Unoriginal Choice of Video

Of course, “The only ironic thing about that song is it’s called ‘Ironic’ and it’s written by a woman who doesn’t know what irony is. That’s quite ironic.”

The Bright Side

My evening session of 6d6 Magic was almost ruined as I needed access to the tools to create the monsters for the game. Luckily, I could pop round the corner to Chimera and borrow their computer and printer for a few minutes. Thanks Andy.

All this illustrates why, even though we put the full game online for free, it is worth buying the PDF and hard copies of the rules.