I've ported my levels-checker bot to mastodon and added over 70 new things it can check!
Is it considered bad mastodon etiquette to not put stupid shit behind CWs that warn people that they’re about to see some stupid shit
Me: [spends hours creating fun magic items for my players to find as fulfilling rewards for hand-crafted adventures]
Also me: oooh, maybe I’ll get REALLY lucky and one of them will lose an EYE!
Are you new to Mastodon?
Have you seen the awesome Content Warning feature??
If you're posting about sensitive topics, consider putting them behind a content warning. This puts your post body behind a "Show More" button. Some common CWs, off the top of my head:
• uspol (US Politics)
• mh (mental health)
• +, - (indicating a positive or negative take, often used with mh)
Allowing people to read certain topics at their own pace (or not at all) is one of Mastodon's greatest features.
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