Category: webRPG

I promised, and I deliver on promises occasionally. PFD4 is back up for all your semi-stable online roleplaying needs. Cantrip, its replacement, is still under reconstruction

In the first part of a brand new series, I’m going to document the entire process of getting a web-app working. I’ve been promising a new version of PFd4 for a while now. I have also been meaning to learn…

So, one of my major projects at the moment is to rearrange my online existance away from Aquarionics. Aquarionics remains as it is, mostly, but all the extra things (Like PFd4, ForEver and the forthcoming projects codenamed Touchstone, Threadnaut, and…

Today, as the previous entry shows, has been more or less a write off. Forever had it’s episode locking rewritten to stop manual overrides, PFD4 gained avatar editing and the ability to dump an entire game as an XML file…

Aquarionics now has seperate RSS Feeds for every category. Said feeds are linked to from – logically enough – each category’s archive page. The net result of this, apart from thirty-odd new pages in the Great Aquarionics Empire, is that…

Jumping back into the RSS bandwagon again, I’ve fixed the Aqcom RSS2 feed to escape entities (Hoping that doesn’t break something else somewhere down the line) so that people can stop complaining at me 😛 Most of my current work,…

A minor server outage that was due to last just a little while happened today. We’re now back, ten hours later. Nobody’s fault, shit just happens. Working on PFd4’s messaging system, and various things. Normal service will be resumed shortly.

So this is what we find. In the last days of March 2003, nobody could have imagined that forces beyond the imagination of average were conspiring to make Aquarion Kael D’Blue’s life more complicated than necessary. Necessary, in this case,…

I did it. I went from zero to a fully functional, reasonably complex RPG system in three days, including a day of database design and design docs. It doesn’t have private messaging yet, though that’s coming soon, but that would…

I’ve given up on the cross-referencing thing until I’m less busy and the world is less caught up in Other Events. In the meantime… 2d10 went down last weekend. 2d10 was a generic message board type site designed for online…