Drawing fire trucks takes a long time, and then we had some things we needed to correct before we uploaded this comic, and those were overlapping with our (scheduled for four weeks and therefore not movable) D&D character creation party today.
We’ve got a vampire-hunting shifter monk, a pirate airship captain Bard, a Cleric and a Gunslinger who sniff glue, and an artificer named Corporal Cuddles for completely valid and awful RP reasons that involve a sugar glider. Looks to be I’ll be DMing for a fun group of lunatics.
I have not been able to find a free screenwriting program that wasn’t also trying to sell me its premium version, or a subscription, or that doesn’t require saving my work to the cloud. I suspect a lot of people out there may share my frustration and general “lack of seventy bazillion dollars to spend on a special text formatting program.”
So I made an MS Word Template that does as much of the formatting for screenplays as humanly possible. It’s free. Tips are appreciated but in no way necessary. You can distribute this in any way that you like. I’ll keep it current to the best of my abilities with MS Word as that program evolves. If you have suggestions, comments, problems, or questions, drop ’em in the comments.
Here is the link: https://gumroad.com/l/aiPE
Let me know if you find this useful!