#RPGaDAY, Last Year: Day 6 – Favorite Game Never Played

Caught up to Now, Last Year! A year ago, the question was What’s your favorite RPG you never get to play? Let's see how I answered last year and see if that still holds true for this year. My roleplaying days have become leaner in recent years. I played a ton in the high school/college years, then again years later with a literal renaissance of gaming. Since moving to Maine, roleplaying opportunities have diminished. I’m on the east coast, which means that all the gamers from the home group are anywhere from two to three hours off, depending on the time of year, so it’s hard to connect. There’s the child’s bedtime to consider – unlike some gamers, my spouse also loves to game, so I can’t just say I’m going to start playing games via Hangout and honey can you put the girl to bed in an hour? – plus with the time difference, we’re starting around 9:30 at night and ending (hopefully)...
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#RPGaDAY2015, Day 1: Forthcoming Game You’re Most Looking Forward To

Last year, Dave Chapman (designer of Cubicle 7's Doctor Who Roleplaying Game) hosted a month-long series of writing prompts about roleplaying games called #RPGaDAY. He's back again this year with another month's worth of prompts to celebrate "everything cool, memorable, and amazing about our hobby." I'm planning on participating again, but over here on my website instead of G+ this year. (This is also a sneaky way of prompting me to update my website.) Along with these 2015 posts, I'll be revisiting last year's posts. Day 1 of #RPGaDAY2015: Forthcoming Game You're Most Looking Forward To There are three games that I'm very interested in, but I think I'd only ever get one to the table. The two that I probably won't be able to play are Apocalypse World, 2nd Edition and Unknown Armies, 3rd Edition. The third one is the Sentinels Comics RPG. Apocalypse World, because my wife didn't like the game (but I think that was more to the sour way our...
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