#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 16: Using the Rules as Written

Quick! Let's catch up to today's #RPGaDAY post, but we're still back in time on the 16th of the month where we answer the question "which RPG do you enjoy using as is?" In other words: which game is perfect right out of the box? No house rules. No nothin'. Continue reading “#RPGaDAY 2017, Day 16: Using the Rules as Written” »...
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#RPGaDAY 2017, Day 15: Adapting a Game

Wow. Let's see. I was at Gen Con and didn't get ahead on my #RPGaDAY posts. Where did I leave off? Day fifteen? Okay, then. The topic for that day is "Which RPG do you enjoy adapting the most?" Well, that's an odd one. I mean, I could see how someone's answer is something like how they use game X to play Star Wars (or Shadowrun), but for the most part I'm thinking the real answers to this question is about generic game systems, like Fate or GURPS. Continue reading “#RPGaDAY 2017, Day 15: Adapting a Game” »...
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