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1WhisperedDreams
May 14, 2009, 9:52pm

Just checking to see if there are any gamers left on LibraryThing.

2Essa
May 15, 2009, 1:08am

Searching for a pulse? Is that like rolling for a Heal check? ;)

3andyl
May 15, 2009, 4:20am

I'm still here, although this group isn't terribly active when it comes to talk. The Roleplayers group gets a few messages. I don't look at the groups for individual systems (I would have preferred that they weren't split out because of the lack of messages).

As for games I had a great game of 1829 North Board last Sunday. Which of course is not role-playing but this group is for all gamers - roleplayers, wargamers, boardgamers, abstracts fans etc.

4gilroy
May 15, 2009, 10:05pm

Still here, just not posting as much as I used to.

5bibliorex
May 15, 2009, 10:21pm

I'm here, just not gaming much these days. I have recently rekindled my interest in some of the "old school" RPGs I started gaming with: original/1st ed. D&D, Empire of the Petal Throne, etc.

6drwho
Dec 8, 2009, 3:58pm

Had to resleeve into a Menton morph to keep up with daily life. :)

My group still gets together about twice a month to game; lately we've taken a break from Mage third edition to try out Eclipse Phase.

7erikschmidt
Feb 8, 2010, 12:52pm

New to the group, certainly not new to gaming. I'm trying to figure out a way to bring gaming back into my life now that I'm supposedly a *responsible* member of society with a wife, a child, and numerous commitments.

Lately I've been running an IM game using Chaosium's Basic Roleplaying rules. It's set a century after a great cataclysm destroyed modern civilization. As a teenager, I played plenty of Gamma World and Aftermath!, so I can't resist.

Though back then I had time to immerse myself in complex rules, now I find the BRP rules about right. Perhaps years of running RuneQuest games gave me a bias.

Anyway, I'd appreciate hearing from anyone who is in a situation similar to mine.

8branadain
Feb 8, 2010, 4:57pm

Spent the past two months or so prepping for a to run a new d20 campaign that is a sequel to the 5-year D&D campaign I wrapped up in November. It is a synthesis of D&D 3.5, Monte Cook's Collected Book of Experimental Might, D20 Modern, and the Dragonstar campaign setting.

I won't claim to be a "responsible" adult, but I've been role-playing non-stop for 13 years, and intermittently before that.