When Da’ Vane (Christina Freeman) dropped me a note about the first D-Jumpers product from DVOID Systems, I was definitely intrigued. Da’ Vane is another of the folks going through Yax & Johnn Four’s Gamer Lifestyle Project. She started in April 2010 and in six months has released a book with help from Ouroboros I (Sebastian . . . → Read More: Book Review: D-Jumpers Volume #1: A Gate to Adventure by Da’ Vane of DVOID Systems
(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)