Take on Rules is oriented around blog posts, which is why the homepage lists the latest blog posts. This Site Map page provides links into other views and aspects of Take on Rules. Below is a list of those pages:
The various blogs that I follow.
An account of system, functional, and stylistic changes. Not to be confused with Updates.
A page to help you contact me.
Definitions / Glossary
Definition and details of abbreviations used throughout the site.
For most blog posts I assign a license for the content; The licenses page shows the type of license and links to pages using that license.
Posts by Year
This page shows a count of posts for each year and links to the posts for each year.
A plain English description of what I do with your information; Hint: I don't collect anything.
A page that lists the handful of game supplements I sell.
A list of attributed quotes on this site and links to the corresponding blog post.
Some blog posts are part of a series. These are logical groupings of blog posts. My more popular series are the following:
- Campaign: Burning Bloodstone
- Campaign: DCC Better World Gaming
- Let's Read “Stars without Number”
- Let's Read “Traveller: Core Rulebook”
- New Vistas in the Thel Sector
If I'm not collecting analytics, how do I know they're popular? People contact me about the post, either via email or through retweets or replies. I also review search information via Google's Search Console.
The Session Reports page lists all of the session reports I've written up, the date I played, and the relevant game system.
A table enumerating all of the tables on this site. On this page I link to all of the tables. I have uniquely numbered each table, and ensured you can link directly to those tables. For example:
https://takeonrules.com/tables/1/ is a redirecting URL that will take you to Table 1:Initial starting positions
on the Diaspora: The Precious Few, Session #2 blog post.
Listing and numbering each table is my homage to 1E 📖 . In that book each table has an identifier and there's an index that provides the page number for each table.
I update past posts, and call out those updates. On the updates page, you can read a table of the updates, when I made them, and what page I updated.