Monday, January 2
My Top 50 Articles on ENWorldENWorld's top articles for this year includes a few of my contributions. Always good to have data on my work:
- #16 - The War on Imagination: This article caused a lot of controversy because of the title, but it's clear the title got a lot of traffic. This was an example of a sensationalist piece that definitely sparked an interesting dialogue -- but mostly, people disgusted by the mere thought that a girl should be able to dress as a superhero to school.
- #18 - The End of a D&D Campaign Was the Beginning of Doom: I was particularly proud of this article because I got a tweet from John Carmack himself about it. This article was an example of good old fashioned reporting and it's great to see people enjoying it.
- #22 - How a RPG Changed the Star Wars Universe: A late contribution I wrote a few weeks ago, inspired by the buzz about the Star Wars RPG's contribution. This article is an example of right place/right time with Rogue One being hot right now.
- #31 - Can Wizards Avoid Another RPG Glut? This article was written in response to what I saw was a timely topic on ENWorld. Also, I've been through the glut and it's not fun. That said, this article was written earlier in the year so it's just as likely in the top 50 due to SEO-type searches of "Wizards" and "glut".
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