Xander Harris Posted March 11, 2004 Share Posted March 11, 2004 How many of you here play, or have played, in an old-school pen and paper Roleplaying game. Where a bunch of people sit around a table with a Gamemaster running things? If you have, what game? What is/was the campaign/adventure/dungeon crawl like? What are your best and worst RPG memories? What do you like and dislike about Pen and Paper RPGs? I myself got into RPGs with the old West End Games Star Wars game. I GM'd that for several years before switching to the d20 version. I played Dragonraid for awhile in there at our church. Last year I began a very successful Lord Of The Rings campaign, which was the first long-running campaign of mine to have a satisfactory ending. Everyone really loved that campaign... I am currently running a game set in a universe of my own creation, about a bunch of bounty hunters fighting demons and vampires in the far future. Think Cowboy Bebop meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer. My best memory would have to be when our Lord Of The Rings Campaign ended. We watched ROTK and played the final session in the same day. Worst would have to be the time only one person showed up... I love RPGs because it gives me a great creative outlet, and provides far more unpredictabilty and versatility than any video game or TV show. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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