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RPGaDAY2023 Challenge After Action Report

So August has come to and end and so has the #RPGaDAY2023 Challenge. I must say that I really enjoyed this month. Last year I had issues that prevented me from actually participating in the challenge day-by-day.

Another thing that made this year enjoyable was connecting to the people participating in this challenge on social media using the #RPGaDAY2023 hashtag. I’ve been moving the bulk of my social media engagement to Mastodon and I even picked up a BlueSky invite. By using this gaming hashtag I’ve followed and been followed and (more importantly) interacted with other RPG enthusiasts. Thank you.

I also used a different method than previous years. I queued up my entries and posted them on the day listed on the schedule. I needed to do this so that I could have a buffer on the days that I knew that I would be busy. That has been a pain with past challenges.

Some of my posts from the challenge that I’m proud of include Favorite Character, Favorite Tie-In Fiction (I had inspired others to examine the comics), Game You Wished You Owned (I had some readers state that they would keep an eye out for the Red Dwarf RPG), Funniest Game You’ve Played, Favorite Published Adventure, Best Second Hand Purchase (I still can’t believe I picked it up for that cheap), Unplayed RPG you own, and Most Obscure Game You’ve Played (someone actually found for me where the online PDF can be purchased from).

I was also able to post a reviews for RPG items in the Coolest Looking RPG Product and another past Character Sheet fro the old book of characters that I’ve kept forever.

Thank you to those who read my posts. Thank you to those who sent me feedback. And thank you to David Chapman for putting this together. I’m looking forward to the #CharacterCreationChallenge in January 2024.

Did you participate in the #RPGaDAY2023 Challenge? Did you have a favorite post of mine from the challenge? Tell me about it. This article is open for discussion on the TardisCaptain dot Com Discord server. You can also email me at Carl (at) with any comments.

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