Discussion in 'Role Playing Resource' started by Sawn_Kassal, Nov 13, 2009.
I thinking more human based of to mars and back, but hey I'm going to be picky here.
Nope, offsite advertising is not gonna fly here.
Dude, offsite advertising is bad enough, but taking people off the RPF in particular which would like more games played on it is an act of bastardry.
Have to side with Saint on this one.
Anybody interested in a classical modern science thriller? I had a strage idea lately and I think it might one day make a good game. It plays on a space station not too far in the future and a crew mining the moons and asteroid belts of Jupiter, when news from earth arrive who cause unrest, while a discovery is made that could change history forever in the outer reaches of the asteroid belt.When personal problems come into the mix the space station faces a crisis unlike any ever before . . .
Limited run, few players, character heavy and more looking for realism than space fantasy.
I think of 2001 meets Michael Crichton´s Sphere meets Moon.
I'm especially interested in that! Sounds like my cup of tea. I'd be happy to give it a shot!
I'd be interested - assuming the pace is a bit slower than some of our games here, I'd be interested
Same as Peng. I'm spread thin at the moment, but if it's not too fast-paced, I'm game.
Guess if you run it besides Castaways that would slow you down considerably, would it? Anyway, I´d be highly interested. As you might have guessed.
Well, I got that story in my head and decided it might make a better post-by-post game than table-top or novel, so I am not really knowing when I´ll do it or with how many players and certainly not at what speed I´ll do it. Also I will keep in mind people prefer a slower rate. Also I feel sometimes you can hardly dictate that . . . but what do I know. I got one game to draw from so far. But I believe it could be a good one, if we got reliable players sticking to it, full of twists, turns and interesting questions, with a lot of character interaction (there we got it again, how quick player respond to each other is harldy within my control) and probably it could even ask a few questions that are a bit deeper . . . so yeah, I am aflame, but feel right now I gotta concentrate on Castaways and probably get a bit more "game" under my belt by doing my Han Solo game long-planned towards the end of the year, which will be sweet, but rather short (compared to my Castaways plans). Then I believe I can start truly planning for my "next one". If I am still in love with the idea by then, this will be my next. So I thank everybody for assuring me there is an audience. That´s actually what I felt I need to know, before I allow the thing to crawl into my head any further . . .
If its in the vein of Solaris at all...I'm in.
Um yeah this sounds like it is for me sign me up
Well this is very unusual thing a not quite double post. meh.
Anyway I was batting around the idea a community written episode VII. What I mean is that through the power of like the community decide which way things happen and by the end everyone has in truth contributed to the final product. Is this a crazy idea?
Not exactly what you are looking for, but check out the 4 words at a time challenge.
and star wars uncut.
I will do that but I was thinking as an RPG
An RPG that throws out the EU and continues at some point after Return of the Jedi?
Yep I was also think community approved CS's. However, that may take it to far.
It sounds intruiging, but will it be thrilling? If we decide all events, we´ll know all events beforehand, too. Do we?
I'd bite if it wasn't rendering everything else non-canon...
Something set post-FotJ, but a separate story that feel the need to reference everything that has happened, but picks up on Lucas canon e.g. the films, Mortis, other Lucas-notable plots...
The events need to be held only by the GM or GMs, I think.
It would probably be a good way of bringing in new users. "Why wait for it? There's an Episode VII game going on in the RPF."
I believe it'd be a good idea. The KotoR III game was doing very well until ToR was announced
I think you guys should check the RPR on Monday. For... reasons.
It's Monday now! And a like by Imperial Hammer is not helping my excitement!
Hm, have I missed anything?
Monday's almost over. . .the anticipation is scary!