Yet still, I do want to produce content for this blog, something that might be of use for some people other than myself (well, maybe right now not many people read what I write, but this blog is two days old and hopefully it'll gain some popularity over time). If I were publishing things related to my retroclone in progress, nobody would have had the possibility to use it. That is why I decided to choose one game and write the stat-blocks and orther rules-related stuff acording to that particular ruleset. My game of choice is Swords & Wizardry: White Box.
Why? The reasons are two-fold. First of all, the rules are simple without being simplistic. S&W:WB possesses all that I need and leaves plenty of space to provide house-rules etc. Secondly, it's a proxy for my own system. It's quite possible that if I manage to finish my game, I'll rewrite the content of this blog to be used with it (leaving the S&W stats, of course).
But if I have something finished for my game I'll also post it here, because feedback is a thing that encourages me to work. So things like basics of the game, Abilities, Classes/Races etc. That will go to the main rulebook will probably appear here as a "work-in-progress" status thing.
Oh, yes. And hopefully my writing will improve along the way. Writing in English only for the purpose of my Academic Writing class made me use a lot of hedging, and the neccessity to keep the deadlines and meet wordcount limits quite delimited the vocabulary that I use in my writing (but I believe it did not touch my inner lexicon as I seem to passively know a lot more words than I'm actively using).