Saturday, April 19, 2014

What To Do First?

I have spent a lot of time trying to decide what to produce first.  Since a merchant account at RPGnow requires a non-free item as your first submission, I have been trying to decide which of the races I have practically ready to publish.

I even have some not too perverted ones, such as a winged lion-man race that is the result of a female wizard becoming infatuated with watching two Dragonnes mate and then altering her form and mating with numerous Dragonnes herself.  These numerous children bred with things like weretigers and so on and eventually evolved into their own race.  They care called Volaticats from the Latin word "volaticus," meaning winged.

Of course the next step is acquiring acceptable art for whatever I decide to publish.  I will work on that as soon as I decide the first one I am publishing.


Thursday, April 17, 2014

It All Began 33⅓ Years Ago...

I was about 10 years old and a couple of big changes were about to happen in my life.  First was my discovery of Dungeons & Dragons, via the old red-boxed Basic Set.  Second was an interest in writing Science Fiction & Fantasy stories.  At one time I even dreamed that I would make my living as an author and at the age of 17 I submitted an unpublished manuscript to Del Rey Publishing.  It was ultimately rejected, but not before actually having been read.  For a kid still in High School, that was a sure sign that I knew what my future would be.  How wrong I was!

In the late 80's I had returned to playing D&D, which was in its second edition by now.  I would have never stopped, but some overzealous Christian relatives had decided that it was satanic and pressured me to sell them my books so they could burn them.  Instead I traded them for Atari 2600 games.

In 1990 and 1991 I ran games for the TSR Roundtable on GEnie.  It didn't last long, but it has always remained a thing for pride for me and to this day I have been able to hang onto the autographed copy of Legends & Lore I was given.

In 1993 I made one of the worst decisions of my life and it ultimately served to build the coffin for my dreams of being a writer.  It was also at that time that I decided that to support myself I would continue to work in IT and over the next few years I completed a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science.  To this day, I still work in IT.

In 1998 I made one of the best decisions in my life.  It was, in a sense, rebooting my life, but the damage from the past remained.  I had no delusions of ever being a published author left, but I still had my games.

In 2011 I self-published the first chapter in a potentially unending series of very dark, strongly kink-centric furry stories.  These contained torture, mutilations, watersports, and so much more; obviously they were aimed at a very niche audience.

Now I have begun a new project.  Inspired and encouraged by Chris A. Fields of Otherverse Games, I am preparing to publish some of the more perverted creations that I have made with his Fursona and Black Tokyo books.  This blog will mostly be about those, though I expect various things about furry culture, kinky sex, RPG's in general, and who-know-what-else will end up in here as well.

So, welcome, and stay tuned for some truly perverted stuff to come.

Whitehair D. Dogdancer