#RPGaDAY 2017, Day 17: A Game Collecting Dust

The #RPGaDAY topic for day seventeen is about a game that's been sitting on the shelf. Specifically, a game that I own but haven't played. For this, I'm only going to count physical game books. Let me nip down to the basement where it probably is living and I'll let you know after the break. Before I head down, I'm going to guess it's Blue Planet, first edition. I never played that game, but I loved it so. The second edition, I've ran and I so do love the setting. But that first version -- which I know is downstairs -- I have never played. Continue reading “#RPGaDAY 2017, Day 17: A Game Collecting Dust” »...
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#RPGaDAY 2017, Day 11: A Dead Game

Today's #RPGaDAY topic is "Which 'dead' game would you like to see reborn?" Man, that's a crap question because "dead game" is such a crap phrase. What's classified as a "dead game"? Any game line that doesn't have ongoing support or releases. All the books are out and nothing new is coming, so it's dead. Why even bother playing? Such bull on that. Continue reading “#RPGaDAY 2017, Day 11: A Dead Game” »...
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#RPGaDAY 2016, Day 16: Keeping Track of NPCs

Another question from Tracy Barnett, "How do you prefer to keep track of your game's NPCs and characters?" When I'm in a face-to-face game, I use index cards (which should be on sale right now at the beginning of the school year), but I used to use a binder. For online games, I use a word document. Continue reading “#RPGaDAY 2016, Day 16: Keeping Track of NPCs” »...
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