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I spent a very enjoyable Friday night DMing the first session of our new campaign.

Thrust together by a troll attack and an offer of coin, our unlikely band were tasked with investigating a disappearance. Following an evening of sleuthing, sneaking, and some extremely well-thrown darts, they find themselves apparently alone in the warehouse which was the last known location of the man they seek.

Where they go from here is up to them, but I look forward to finding out!

The office. 

So on the liturgists podcast this week @mike mentioned the prisoners dilemma. It reminded me of this brilliant game exploring the evolution of trust. It takes about half an hour to play and I recommend it to everyone.

Have fun!

ncase.me/trust/

@mike the solution to all our social media problems has been under our noses all along!

youtu.be/bjaZtXRfJ5o

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Are any liturgists interested in D&D or RPG's? 

I'm curious about people's thoughts on the effect of prayer outside of ourselves?

I love all of the advantages that come from seeing it as a form of meditation for personal spiritual growth but after very recently shedding my christianity I have found the only thing I miss is being able to say "I'll pray for you" and actually believe that it will bring encouragement or healing to someone in a hard time.

Where do you all sit with this? What place does prayer have for you?

Hello from Aus!

I've been a long time litugists lurker and this seemed like a good time to introduce myself.

I'm nearing the end of a huge time of separation, deconstruction and mental health challenges but I finally feel like I am regaining some freedom to be myself.

I'm currently building out a van to start exploring Australia. I'm in to sustainable agriculture, any kind of outdoors adventuring and good old board games. Enneagram 9w1.

It's nice to meet you all!

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