It’s insane that we’re already in December! I lost another month somewhere in the last 30 days.

What did we get done?

Nothing. I still need to get back to the short story created in October. I’m still working on Mazes & Perils. And I still have tons of ideas to explore for product lines new and old, including a bizarre idea for a set of cards to help generate NPC hooks at the game table.

However, and this is a big however, I did participate in AetherCon 2015 again this year and was more involved than ever before. You can see my report of our activities here.

One of the video recordings has been posted already from the AetherCon crew. I had a great time chatting with the very enthusiastic Walt Robillard from Hazard Studios, as you can see below:

I will post the “How to Self Publish” video with Chris Clark from Eldritch Enterprises and James O from Tabletop Talk as soon as it is available!

What’s coming up?

Good question. Hopefully I’ll get back in the swing of things soon!

Web Traffic

We’re continuing the downward slide with web traffic these days…

November saw 318 page views and 228 unique visits at our main site, which is down from 421 and 338 in October. Meanwhile the old blog saw 260 page views and 217 unique visits, down from 328 and 270 in October.

I have some ideas for next year on how to boost traffic a bit, but they’re still in the noodling stages so we’ll see where they lead.

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Sales and Such

With no new products for a while, we’re definitely in a bit of a slump. But the Black Friday sales at the Open Gaming Store and DriveThru/RPGNow helped a bit.

We had 21 sales at the Open Gaming Store (d20pfsrd) which is the most we’ve seen since January on that site (which was 29). And we had 45 sales at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow.

Again, downloads seem to be on a downward trend – largely because there have been no new releases consistently for quite a while.

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Thank you!

As always, thank you for your support of Moebius Adventures games. My time writing is among my favorite time spent every day and I hope to do more of it going forward and get back on track!

Hope you had another great month of gaming!

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