Discussion in 'Role Playing Resource' started by Sawn_Kassal, Nov 13, 2009.
This subject requires more investigation:
Shepard is very interested:
Okay...am I the only one creeped out by that look?
No. The Shepard rapeface meme has been around a while, but that's probably the most disturbing form I've yet seen of it.
And I believe SNL has already enlightened us as to just what is in that box.
This page of the thread gives "Interest Measurement" a whole new meaning.
That is sooooooo wrong.
An RP based on the work of JRR Tolkien, chronicling a band of Men from the East and the South headed West when their homes finally fall to the Dark Lord. An exploration of the world beyond the continent of Middle-earth.
Totally had a similar idea. Would epic deeds be part and parcel?
Wow, I didn't even know Middle-Earth was just a continent in that setting. I would totally play that game, because it allows the more casual fan (like me) to play alongside the hardcore Tolkien devotee without there being a vast disparity in knowledge.
Certainly sounds interesting. Have to brush up on my Tolkien EU though
I'd play provided I don't have to brush up on my Tolkien EU.
Tempted to make elves into Sephi and Sauron into a Sith?
We aren't talking about Ktala's map, Sin.
@Penguinator: Epic deeds ARE the parcel.
@Winged: My thoughts, too.
@Ramza: Whichever works haha.
@Saintheart: Saintheart's interest bolsters my confidence.
Clarification, I'm only interested because I want to be able to see your strangely compelling avatar on a daily basis, Matt.
I'd help in any way I can.
Umbar, Rhun, the Haradwaith. Good stuff, the great unexplored areas of Middle Earth. With a few interesting hints of what might be there ...
And my axe! I mean, uh, keyboard...yeah. *strokes dwarven beard thoughtfully* I'd be down for this. Never played any Tolkien based RPG's. Sounds like an interesting challenge.
I've been thinking and I would like to see a game that uses the power of like to not only drive the story but also determine how the game progresses. I was thinking a political redistribution game might work, but a mystery were everyone could be suspect might also work and the person with the most likes becomes the suspect, but necessarily the murder or guilty party.
I'll be making a game based on Gibson's Sprawl trilogy -anyone interested?
I like cyberpunk but I don't know much about Sprawl, to be honest. I'd be willing to familiarize myself though.
EDIT: By now wiki has told me that William Gibson in fact coined that term. Looks like I have more familiarizing to do than I thought