#RPGaDAY 2016, Day 2: Food and Games

A few weeks ago, Tracy asked about food and gaming: "Do you eat with your tabletop #rpg group? Are meals an important part of the game [event] or incidental?" Back in time to the days of that great Shadowrun 2nd Edition campaign, ((The one where we seamlessly fit The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr  into the game universe.)) we had (mostly) couples attend the game session. In the main group was Bill and Christy, married; Landon and Shannon, married; Tamara and I, dating. I don't recall who it was that came up with the suggestion we cook for each other, but whomever did changed things. No pizza or burgers here. We'd alternate, bringing food for everyone. Even though we were on a college (and post-college) student's budget, we'd cook for the group. We'd share meals. It helped to make the gaming event a social occasion among friends instead of a thing were we just showed up to game, then left. It's also where I really impressed...
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#RPGaDAY 2016, Day 1: Why do this thing?

It's the third year of #RPGaDAY, a thing where there's a roleplaying game-based question a day that's there for people who enjoy those games to share their thoughts and memories about the hobby. I did the first year on my Google+ account and last year I joined in the fun here at denaghdesign.com ((and revisiting my first year's questions)). But I had a secret goal. I would have a good thirty minutes of writing time and use RPGaDAY to revitalize my blog. Also, the event would help to get me back into creative writing. I had a total of two blog posts since then. ((I'd link to them, but you can just use the previous post button right there.)) Drat. Continue reading “#RPGaDAY 2016, Day 1: Why do this thing?” »...
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