[Site] Some Much Needed Advertising

It turns out that our resident image guru Carlson has a pretty sweet gaming related connection. After a quick PM to his buddy Mark, Talislanta made the news on the All Games Considered podcast. The blurb about Talislanta is about 44 seconds (starts at 7:10, ends at 7:54) of the podcast and we’re almost mentioned in the show’s notes. He is hoping, due to AGC’s position in sea of RPG podcasting (they won the gold Ennie last year), that this will generate some buzz or at least increase site traffic.

We also made an appearance in community member Koraq’s blog, The Omnipotent Eye; W.J. Walton from TheEscapist.com has added Talislanta to their Terra Libris directory and blogged about its release in his personal blog, The Contemporary Quixotist; Tal has a wikipedia.com entry, which sorely needs an update, and is on Facebook.

To anybody who would like to show gratitude to SMS, the hard working volunteers that make this project possible, or the community at large, you need only do one very simple thing; spread the word about this project. Add it to your forum and email signatures, tell a friend, mention it from time to time in conversations with other gaming friends, put a post it up at your local RPGA event or FLGS, blog about it, talk about it in sociable online venues like forums and social networking sites, etc… This website and project needs your support so start moving those mouths people!

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3 Comments

  1. Posted May 23, 2010 at 11:03 AM | Permalink

    I just wanted to let you know that Stephan Michael Sechi’s donation of his Talislanta work to the community, and your fantastic document scanning project, have recently come to the attention of the people over at The Piazza.

    (The Piazza is a forum that is interested in all D&D campaign settings, both big and small, and there are a number of members who love it when they discover a setting they never new about before.)

    So far we only have two threads on the forum:
    Entire Talislanta Free Download
    [Talislantia] Has anyone played this?

    But I expect that we will have others too, as people either ask about playing Talislanta as a standalone campaign setting, or as they ask about mixing it up with other campaign settings. (As a Spelljammer fan, I’ll probably be most interested in working out how to add a crystal sphere around Talislanta and build Talistlantaspace.)

    I am not sure how Talislanta managed to slide under my own personal RADAR for so long, but I’m really glad that one of the people over at The Piazza found your website.

    Keep up the good work!

  2. Marques
    Posted May 23, 2010 at 1:22 PM | Permalink

    I’ve stopped by the forum and am awaiting account activation. I would be happy to stop by and spread some information around =). Thank you for the heads up!

  3. Marques
    Posted May 23, 2010 at 9:47 PM | Permalink

    I’ve now posted an introduction to Talislanta, the game system, and this project.