I put many of the most usable ideas on my blog, Goblin Punch. I've been doing that for over two years. And the response to that has been overwhelming positive.
I'm at an interesting crossroads in my life where I need to decide what role I want D&D to play in my life. Is it just interesting thoughts that I write down when I'm bored, or do I want to organize and index those things so that they are accessible to people when they run their own games? Do I want to keep posting rough notes of my dungeons, or do I want to publish them as PDFs that are immediately usable?
Because posting fun ideas and dungeon notes is fun and easy. The intrinsic reward of those things is enough to keep me doing them. I'll never stop doing that.
Supporting me through Patreon is supporting indexing, organizing, and publishing all of the rough ideas I have in my head. The less-fun part.
I hope you'll choose to support me. I fucking love D&D. It's my favorite thing. And if I could make a bit of money doing it, that'll be my new favorite thing--getting paid to do the things that I love.
My blog will always be free. I will always have ideas, and I will always want to show them off. All Patreon does is help me produce more content in a more usable fashion. I've been posting 10-20 blog posts per month. That won't change. What will change:
- I'll actually proofread blog posts before I post. Promise.
- I'll periodically produce PDFs of my monsters, dungeons, treasures, and classes.
- I'll be asking you, my supporters, what you want me to work on more. Then I'll actually do it.
- All Patreon supporters will be turned into NPCs and collected in a page of awesome random NPCs. I won't use your actual name; I'll use an anagram. The NPCs level will be proportionate to the level of support.