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Socinus
05-14-2012, 11:51 PM
I'm looking to get in on or get a game started of SR4. I'm looking to have it on Sundays or every other Saturday and I'm free all day those days. I live in Winnetka and may be able to host, depending on my roommates. Said roommates are also interested in Shadowrun and may be willing to join as well.

Post a message and let me know so we can get something started.

Socinus
05-16-2012, 12:19 AM
Ok, so we've got four players and a location to play. We're down a GM however and we've got space for one or two more players.

ronin1274
05-02-2017, 03:44 PM
A friend of mine who is a mature, experienced and dynamic Shadowrun (SR) GM is looking to start a proper SR campaign group in the Los Angeles area. He doesn’t have a profile on here so I’m posting this for him.


He’s looking for players that put some effort and thought into their characters and the moves they make during game play, like we're creating our own epic films, TV series and/or SR Novels with each session. Combat is great and Role Playing is great, but there is nothing better than a game with good combat and good role playing and that’s the thing we’re shooting for, pardon the pun. I’ve gamed with him for a while and I can tell you this about his GMing style, he’s definitely creative and although works well off the cuff and/or on the fly, he does quite a bit of preparation for the games. He definitely takes character’s backgrounds and motivations into great consideration and tries to make them an integral part of the individual player’s experience as well as the overall plot. I’d say I’ve always felt that he’s the kind of GM that acts as the player's senses and as a story teller (using the mechanics of game rules and dice rolls to represent chance) instead of their adversary...


He mentioned to me recently that he read a SR short story available online called “Nothing Personal” that has the feel of the kind of game he’d like to run…


He actually wrote up a pitch for the game which is attached to this posting. So if after reading it your’re interested please email him directly at: davidaltman1@gmail.com and make sure to put “Shadowrun” in the subject line.

Please Read This Urban Predators Shadowrun Pitch (https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7Vo80Wa9ZvQY0JONGZDOUJ5UWc/view?usp=sharing)

ronin1274
05-02-2017, 03:44 PM
A friend of mine who is a mature, experienced and dynamic Shadowrun (SR) GM is looking to start a proper SR campaign group in the Los Angeles area. He doesn’t have a profile on here so I’m posting this for him.


He’s looking for players that put some effort and thought into their characters and the moves they make during game play, like we're creating our own epic films, TV series and/or SR Novels with each session. Combat is great and Role Playing is great, but there is nothing better than a game with good combat and good role playing and that’s the thing we’re shooting for, pardon the pun. I’ve gamed with him for a while and I can tell you this about his GMing style, he’s definitely creative and although works well off the cuff and/or on the fly, he does quite a bit of preparation for the games. He definitely takes character’s backgrounds and motivations into great consideration and tries to make them an integral part of the individual player’s experience as well as the overall plot. I’d say I’ve always felt that he’s the kind of GM that acts as the player's senses and as a story teller (using the mechanics of game rules and dice rolls to represent chance) instead of their adversary...


He mentioned to me recently that he read a SR short story available online called “Nothing Personal” that has the feel of the kind of game he’d like to run…


He actually wrote up a pitch for the game which is attached to this posting. So if after reading it your’re interested please email him directly at: davidaltman1@gmail.com and make sure to put “Shadowrun” in the subject line.

Please Read This Urban Predators Shadowrun Pitch (https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7Vo80Wa9ZvQY0JONGZDOUJ5UWc/view?usp=sharing)