When you’re in school, it’s easy to find gamers. I remember playing with people in junior high and high school, in college and even immediately after college. But at some point it starts to get difficult. People have jobs and families and other commitments that don’t let them game as often as they’d like. Or maybe . . . → Read More: Book Review: Filling the empty chair by Johnn Four (RoleplayingTips.com)
(I’m cross-posting this from my personal portal blog…)
Do you live in Colorado Springs, CO? Do you have a gaming group? Or are you looking for one?
I’m looking for a group that I can play tabletop roleplaying games with and possibly GM a campaign using the rules for Warrior, Rogue, and Mage in my setting of Immortals’ Wake that I’m currently writing a supplement for (Immortals’ Wake: Rivergate).
It seems like I’ve been roleplaying forever – from the early days of Dungeons & Dragons back in junior high school (1983) to playing the James Bond Roleplaying Game from Avalon Hill in high school to the many different games I played in college…
- Call of Cthulhu
- Dungeons & Dragons
- Car Wars
- Palladium Fantasy Roleplaying Game
- Ninjas and Superspies
- Cyberpunk 2020
- and more…
After college, I even added a few more to the list:
- Vampire the Masquerade
- Heavy Gear
- Moebius Adventures – The Age of Phaedrus
- Moebius Adventures – Covert Directives
- Moebius Adventures – Immortals’ Wake
- and probably even more that I can’t remember…
Unfortunately, my last roleplaying group fell apart a few months ago, my online campaign idea fell apart due to lack of interest, and I am looking for something a bit closer to home (i.e. in the Colorado Springs area).
I haven’t GMed for a few years, but I’d love to run a campaign in Rivergate using the Warrior, Rogue, and Mage rules from Stargazer Games.
Anybody have a slot open for an aging gamer? I can commit to a session every other week if I’m running one, but might be able to squeeze a weekly session in as a player.
Thanks for your time!
- The folklore of roleplaying games from Trollish Delver (trollishdelver.blogspot.com)
- Is It Roleplaying, or Is It Roleplaying Game? from Roles, Dice and Fun (mortengreis.wordpress.com)
- Ditch the Screen: Open Metagaming Is Good For Roleplaying from Nevermet Press (nevermetpress.com)
- GM Interview: Jared from Roleplaying Tips (roleplayingtips.com)