Dark Future, Fantasy, Horror, Modern, Post Apocalyptic, Science Fiction / Futuristic, Space Opera, Super Heroic
Chronicle of Darkness, Apocalypse World, and Indie Games
Mage: the Awakening, Demon: the Descent, Trail of Cthulhu
Preferred Playing Style:
75% Roleplaying / 25% Combat
Ideal Group Size:
Small Groups (Between 2 and 3 players)
What are you looking for?:
I'm interested both in playing and running games. As a player I'm looking for a mature group closer to my own age (i.e. one consisting mainly of players no longer in college). I like a mix of action and roleplaying, where the characters are allowed to drive the plot from time to time.
As game master, I am looking for mature players who are interested in roleplaying and games that consist of a mix of combat and mystery. I'm hoping to start some longer games soon.
I've been roleplaying since the early 90s. I started with D&D second edition, both playing and running games. In college I tried out a number of other games including: Amber (played and run), BESM (ran), Castle Falkenstien (played), GURPS (both), and old World of Darkness (played). When D&D 3E came out I ran that for several years, including one game from 1st to 20th. I ran another game like that with the Arcana Evolved ruleset. After that I ran a science fiction game in GURPS's Transhuman Space setting and a Mage: the Awakening game that included a crossover with Vampire: the Requiem.
Since then I've run Promethean over skype, a long Mage: the Awakening game also over skype, Changeling the Lost (once locally and then another on Hangouts), Amber, a second Arcana Evolved game, Hunter the Vigil, Apocalypse World (local and on Hangouts), Psi-Run, Microscope, a space based Fate game, Worlds in Peril, and The Sprawl. I am currently wrapping up a Night's Black Agents game on Hangouts.
In college I'd run a game AND play in another games each week, but now that I'm in the real world I like to alternate playing and running games for my face to face games.