thenovalord wrote:none of the above!
That was Officially a 'tard Comment
- Location: Oxford
- Thanks: 2302 given/1007 received
- Playing: The Witcher II
- Running: Mouse Guard
- Planning: Pig, War Stories For Boys
Pete wrote:Games that draw inspiration from the poetry of Lermontov will excite especial interest, so do bear that in mind.
Sounds like the sort of thing the Pompey crowd could do in their sleep, puerile adolescent poetry...
Pete wrote:I've been talking about it too long, and it's time to crack on with flyting and verse form.
Interested to hear how this works. I wonder if combining it with something like The Railroad might make it more likely to happen, with some pre-written reponses available to each Player (possibly from a single list that gets crossed off, bingo style Flyt house!) so that you've an option to keep the tempo flowing even if the creativity freezes for a bit. Although I still need to be sold on where the rpg bit comes from.
- Location: Maidstone - Kent
- Thanks: 1269 given/1269 received
- Playing: Pendragon, The Quiet Year (PBF), TOR (G+)
- Running: DitV, Supernatural, BtVS
- Planning: De Profundis, SFLRP
... 1 ... Dogs in the Vineyard
... 2 ... Mouseguard or possibly Burning Wheel
... 3 ... Dungeon World
... precisely because these are the sorts of games that I never normally play, and in an ideal world ...
... 4 ... my own new game, Soul's Calling RPG*, if anyone in attendance, other than me, is up to speed for reffing it ???
PS I would also play Amber except that I imagine it's one of those games where being a total newbie makes it more difficult to join in?
* current status = main text complete, proof-reading / double-checking final chapter, no art as yet, estimated 370 pages 11 point Calibri, of which 260 pages or so are main text (the remainder being pregens, musings on roleplay and other such distractions) - see Omnifray subforum
PPS:- I will probably run 3 sessions of SC, subject to demand, and none, this year, of Omnifray. At least 2 of my friends who are coming would probably like to play something Space Opera-ish.
- Thanks: 94 given/124 received
1) Mouse guard
2) Love in the Time of Seid
4) Poetry roleplay stuff
If II've finished reading the Amber books by IndieCone
- Location: The Phoenix Games Club in London
- Thanks: 36 given/45 received
- Playing: Mostly Indie Stuff.
- Running: Monsterhearts and Legends Walk
- Planning: Legends Walk
also I honestly have no idea, and will probably just wing it. If pushed some DitV would be good.
...as long as I'm not losing!
- Location: Oxford
- Thanks: 143 given/210 received
- Playing: GM-Less Stuff
- Running: GM-Less Stuff
- Planning: Narrative Pursuits, What You Wish For
DitV as I haven't a clue about it but it seems to be "in" here.
Whatever else piques my interest when scanning the sign up sheets.
- Location: Maidstone
- Thanks: 77 given/198 received
- Playing: Pathfinder
- Running: Nothing, zilch, nada
- Planning: Nothing. Although I might think about games for Indiecon
With the HBO Game of Thrones series, based on George's books, being the main factor for re-igniting my interest.
I could totally see the setting working in the same way as, Love in the time of Seid. Using the Archipelago system.
Some one come up with some characters, a charged situation and scenes cards already!
I'd also not be shy in signing up for a game of The Mountain Witch, as the trust mechanic coupled with the dark fates is made of win.
Other than that, I hoping someone will turn up with a cutting edge poetry style games that lasts around 30-60 mins.
Pre-Orders go on sale 10th August 2012
Full Release 24th August 2012
London Indie RPG Witch launch party 15th September 2012
- Location: Portsmouth
- Thanks: 867 given/553 received
- Planning: Witch - The Road to Lindisfarne
- Apocalypse World (shouldn't surprise anyone)
- Dead of Night (I really, really, really would like to play this game for once, instead of run it.)
- Cool stuff. (Anything that sounds good, really)
I won't be running the proverbial f*ckton of games that I ran last Indiecon and Conception, so I should actually have time to play stuff :p
- Location: The Netherlands
- Thanks: 148 given/167 received
- Playing: Various.
- Running: Dead of Night, Hot War
- Planning: Hot War, Dead of Night
-some of that 1 on 1 ten minute-speed-table-round-robiny-stylely mentioned elsewhere*
-nothing to 'sick' for my sensitive demeanour
-wotever looks juicy on the day
*8 tables in a circle, 16 chairs/players,
2 blank cards on each table.
Each person writes whatever they wish on the blank card.
inside of circle goes clockwise, outside goes anti-clockwise
ten minute scene based on card on that table
repeat for the full circle
15 minute de-brief on what just happened
- Location: Derby
- Thanks: 558 given/672 received
- Playing: Krispie Slize in Eclipse Phase
- Running: Shattered Star.
- Planning: To publish The Search for Lost Legacy. running Dread Watch very soon
Barbarians of Lemuria or Jaws of the Six Serpents.
Been reading through Duty and Honour, so wouldn't mind a game of that again.
Or anything that looks cool.
- Location: Derby
- Thanks: 767 given/389 received
- Playing: Eclipse Phase
- Running: Nothing
- Planning: Earthdawn or Atomic Highway
I'm sure there are other games but my mind is blank at the moment.
- Location: Southampton, Hampshire
- Thanks: 6 given/34 received
- Playing: Nothing
- Running: Pendragon
- Planning: Pendragon and Supernatural
Lusus Naturae wrote:Pendragon is a must if any is on as it's always nice to see how other people run it.
If I make it down, I'll totally be running the original and best laser-focused indie game that is Pendragon. I've had or seen a couple of cowboy games of that recently, time to dust off the reinforced chain, oil the sword and charge into battle on my finest Andalusian charger.
- Location: Nottingham
- Thanks: 1563 given/1672 received
- Playing: Iron Kingdoms
- Running: Savage Worlds, Hot War
- Planning: Deadlands, Lot5R
Lusus Naturae wrote:I still need to play Apocalypse World and I would love to play Smallville as I want to see the relationship stuff in action.
Yes, I'd really like to play Smallville too. I've been reading the rules but I'm not sure I've quite got a handle on what it would be like in play.
- Location: Bournemouth
- Thanks: 242 given/31 received
- Playing: Heroquest in Glorantha!
- Running: Marvel Heroic
3. Dogs in the Vineyard
5. Apocalypse World
Plus loads of others if time and energy allow. If only IndieCon and Conception were two months long :sigh:
I'd also like to run/playtest a couple of games I've got ideas for, that's if I ever get round to writing 'em...
- Location: Leyton, home of 2012 (sort of) and the Internet
- Thanks: 361 given/244 received
- Playing: Space 1889
- Running: Sci-Fi Beta Kappa and Where The Heart Is.
- Planning: Chaotic Evil and My Life With Master.
2. One of James Mullen's cool games
3. Anything else that looks interesting
Arse like a Japanese Flag, Harry Redknapp'd,The Toad, Pompey Social, Crash at Mick's, Spend a Penny, Mines a Guinness, Broken, Them Pompey Crew, Spicy Cock,The Fly, Cinderella, You Fackin' Slaaaaaag, Good Game That, Haven't we been here before,You-you-you. Come and join the Conga
- Location: Southampton
- Thanks: 133 given/52 received
- Playing: Anything the Portsmouth group put on
- Running: Monsterhearts
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