Friday, November 27, 2009

Well, Obviously

I thought I should get around to formally conceding there's nothing going on on Eleven Foot Pole.

* Yes, I am well and alive and happy.
* No, I am not writing much of anything at the moment, including blog posts.
* Yes, you are welcome to contact me by email.
* No, I am not ruling out the possibility of more posts here in the future but there is no schedule or firm intention in that regard.

The magic of the internet allows you to keep Eleven Foot Pole on your RSS feeds and watch lists at a cost of zero effort to your good selves so that would appear to be a worthwhile thing to do. At the very least if I end up writing anything else on another site I'll leave some notification here.

Thank you to the huge number of people who have read the blog, you are all excellent!

18 comments:

Greg Tannahill said...

Actually in the spirit of "if I write on other blogs", there's a handful of bonus posts scheduled over the next couple of months at the otherwise defunct The Dust Forms Words (amongthedust.blogspot.com), maybe six in total and all videogame reviews.

AbsitFlux said...

Damn, just as I finish catching up...

thanks for the thought-provoking analysis nonetheless...

Mike said...

I'm glad everything's going alright for you, but sad that this blog is ending. Thanks for the good read, running through KotS as DM would not have been the same without you.

Kameron said...

Sorry to hear that. I was really looking forward to you finishing Thunderspire and starting in on Pyramid. I hope you're still gaming, at least. Thanks for the great reads.

Oscar said...

I still check in every few days. And after this recent entry, likely will with renewed fervor.

Khalas said...

By the way, I'm not sure if you're aware, but you've been mentionned in The Power Source's second podcast.

Pretty flattering, go and lend it a ear when you have time!

Kelly said...

Nooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!...okay.

Your insights into both adventures have been a great read and will be missed.

By The Sword said...

I actually recommended your blog to someone on the D&D forums (WOTC). Your analysis of the two adventures was great and I look forward to anything you write in the future.

Colmarr said...

Thanks for letting us know, Greg.

As I mentioned in my comment on your previous post, I've tried to take up the mantle a little on my blog http://astralsea.blogspot.com/ by reviewing the Scales of War adventure path. After all, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

I look forward to the day that/if Eleven Foot Pole returns.

David said...

Really bummed to hear you're not continuing because I've just found your site (thanks to D&D Doodle) and your analysis is tremendous. I hope you get the itch to continue in 2010.

James L said...

And thank you Greg; this blog has been a very useful pool of DMing advice that I will use forever. :)

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Noumenon said...

This was a great blog and I would have left a lot more adoring comments if you hadn't revealed you turned off the "get comments on old posts in my e-mail" feature.

David said...

Well damn. I only discovered your blog about a week ago, and I've finally gotten through everything... and now it's on hiatus. Figures.

Well, I've followed you, so that should you decide to continue on (and I hope you do) I'll know about it!

Aikidragon said...

Excellent blog and analysis of these adventures. It's inspired me to try my hand at my own rewrite and blog about it.

Anonymous said...

I've really enjoyed your analysis, I'm a few session into running Keep of the Shadowfell and I was inspired by your blog to chronicle my own thoughts and adjustments to the module:
http://doombot.com/category/games/

-Tony

Anonymous said...

Are you still alive?

Talismancer said...

Right now I am running the party through Thunderspire after holding on to the module for YEARS...this blog has been a great resource for deciding how I might modify the adventure. My characters (8-9th Lvl) are approaching Thunderspire from deep in the Underdark via the endless stair (try getting a wagon up THAT) and are mainly heading to Hammerfast. I have made Grimmerzhul a small Duergar city in a cold war with Hammerfast that is about to get even nastier. The mini adventures in Thunderspire (let's face it, they are barely linked) can happen spaced over months while other things are happening in the area.

Thanks again for providing this ongoing resource!