I'm looking for a simple, casual group that is pretty laid back, while looking to progress and enjoy the game system. I perfer having a mixture of Roleplay and character development but at the same time, I'm looking for hack and slash that carry a decent storyline. Premade campaigns OR homebrew campaigns are perfectly fine with me but I perfer to have a story that increases and creates tension between the players - I do not want it completely open world.
Small groups are perfered, I don't typically enjoy groups with more then five players attached to it and I do perfer using the Maptools program while voice chat is perfectly fine for me.
Times are a little funky with me - College starts back up in fall, which means that morning and afternoons can propose problems but that depends on the days. As for weekends though, those would be completely out, due to Real life situations. Saying that, I am looking for a game that can progress far, possibly play once per week with friendly, casual players who are looking to sit back, eat some pizza and enjoy the system; I DO NOT want to tolerate any elitist behavior
I also DO NOT mind playing with new players or even a new GM. I actually perfer it
I do not mind Gming a game either but that will be determined by the players that I have to work with, and their willingness for a casual game - by far, I am not an experienced GM but I do enjoy the role.
As mentioned above, I have a large amount of experience when it comes to Roleplaying games - Infact it's mostly what I do. As for tabletop games: I have been playing Pathfinder/DnD 3.5 for a very long time and I have also touched Palladium books and I'm currently enrolled in a Gurps game that plays almost every sunday.
My behavior is pretty laid back and I can tolerate a large span of personalities until it crosses over into elitist and complete, rude behavior.
I'm currently a college student so my schooling comes first, real life comes first