Title: What do you play?
Chabit Rane - January 13, 2006 05:38 AM (GMT)
What systems do everyone here play? What settings?
Me, I play AD&D (2nd ed), gamma wolrd, West Ends Star Wars, Alternity, Last Unicorns Star Trek, Decipher's Star Trek & Lord of the Rings, Shadowrun, TORG, Boot Hill, Amazing Engine, Pandemonium, Mechwarrior (plus BattleMech), Fasa' Star Trek, and White Wolf.
MOst of the campaigns are homemade.
Darth Windu - January 23, 2006 02:04 PM (GMT)
Jedi Skyler - January 23, 2006 04:03 PM (GMT)
Anymore, all I play is SW D6. However, my experience thus far includes the following: Shadowrun, AD&D, Boot Hill, DC Heroes (including a hybrid a friend of mine put together combining the DC and Marvel games- let me tell you, I had a GREAT game running Green Lantern, Batman & Robin, and Thor all at the same time! :chk )
Teradoxx - January 23, 2006 07:54 PM (GMT)
Me? D&D D20, West End SW, White Wolf, (A small amount of..) GURPS and Warhammer: Fantasy Roleplay.
Bakkabot - January 25, 2006 07:30 AM (GMT)
1st & 2nd Ed. AD&D (1st Ed's still my favorite, clunky though it may be.) Huge fan of the original GDW Traveller (late 70s, still one of the best settings out there, you can literally take it in any direction you want, rules are a little on the primitive side, but functional enough) Big supporter of WEG Star Wars (Still one of the most elegantly simple pieces of game design I've seen). Liked the idea, but not the execution of Shadowrun. TORG has one of the most lethal combat systems I've ever seen and really makes its players use their heads before pulling a weapon. FASA's Star Trek was great, very Cold War take on the setting (the SIB Handbook was a gem and launched many a campaign). Love White Wolf's Vampire: The Masquerade, but have had very little luck running campaigns in it (My players tend to expect Blade or Underworld, I give them more Anne Rice-inspired stuff.) Werewolf was fun as well, but tended to get too "heavy metal warriors" for my tastes. Loved WEG's short-lived The Price of Freedom (Remember the movie Red Dawn?) Dated but tons of fun nonethless. One of my real favorites was a home-grown system developed by Chabit, but we've yet to be able to get him to put it in print. ~HINT HINT~
Tina_D - February 19, 2006 01:30 PM (GMT)
DnD 2nd ed (offline)
online just free form fantasy chat rp
I am considering joining the LARP that was mentioned in another post though in the later half of March... looking foward to it alot (I think its more my cup-a-tea then DnD.