So it seems pretty clear, with 7/10 of the top posts directly T2k related, that the interest is likely related to the recent launch of the 4th edition and perhaps people's reactions to (or against that). I'm quite proud of some of the articles in this list, so good to see people are finding them useful.
I am however curious why they are being accessed - whether they are being accessed for use in the new 4th edition or rather being used to support people playing the earlier editions. As noted above, leave a comment on what you have found useful and preferably why. Also if you have any ideas to shed on the site's sudden popularity I'd appreciate it.
As to the other three posts:
- Glad to see some interest in my tightly themed mini-site the Derropedia.
- I really like Riverine adventures and will keep returning to that topic again and again...
- Check out Operation White Box - it's a great game and Pete Spahn is an amazing creator.
So when I do get my boxed set, I'll be returning to revise and expand on my existing T2k articles.
I'll compare the v2.2 mechanics of my older articles and the new 4th edition mechanical interpretations of the setting: character generation, iconic pre-generated NPCs, the Polish campaign and hex maps, trains, cavalry, and of course TOTs. OK maybe some new articles as well, eh?
Should be fun, I'm looking forward to it.
Tu N'es Pas Tout Seul... Merci!
Oh last, but definitely not least comment.
Thank you to all you viewers in France.!
Whoever you are and regardless of why because this was a very unexpected audience metric.
It seems this blog is now significantly more accessed from France than elsewhere by almost an order of magnitude. I really don't understand why to be honest, but although I can understand the content being popular in North America and also Sweden, I'm not quite sure what the "French Connection" is exactly as nothing is in French (my schoolboy French is terrible, Google Translate to the rescue) and nothing on this blog is set in France, unlike my other blog.
I'm not aware of French VPNs being suddenly popular either.