WORG’s social media presence is plain and taciturn. Because, daftly, all the work goes into making articles rather than promoting them.
But it exists.
Reposts WORG some recent illustrations. Mostly the ones I most worked on, and with an emphasis on “full view of the character standing against a stark white background” shots.
We ❤ it
Exact same shots as on Pinterest.
It’s a bot that auto-posts new articles. Alas, articles that merely get modified (adding M&M stats, rewritten, split, etc.) aren’t caught by the bot.
I check on Facebook maybe once a year because it’s horrible. So messages aren’t super-likely to see an answer. The bot is just there as a convenience for our readers who do use Facebook.
The same bot that feeds Facebook feeds Tumblr. I almost never check it, it’s just there for people who like being on Tumblr.
*This* account isn’t a bot, and I actually read it and post by hand. But 98% of the time it just goes “new article up about this thing, here’s the link”.
Some folks on our crew are there.
For true-blue nerds who still use RSS clients (such as Feedly), we have an automated feed.
For a little while we posted WORG pictures. But posting on Insta with damaged hands is awful, so I stopped doing that. If somebody feels the urge of running a fan account, LMK.
It used to be a Majordomo, then a Yahoo! Group. Such adventures, much evolution.
A backstage, mostly e-mail-based DC Heroes TTRPG discussion/work space. Writeups pre-publication and comments, rules discussion and questions, bits of quiet chatting. No CHUDs.
I’m not sure it counts as a social network, and it has next to no posts. But it’s there for those of y’all who are active on Patreon. And like to donate a few bucks to people who create things they like.