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#RPGaDAY 24: Gift Time

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24th: What is the game you are most likely to give to others?
Hmm, I think that would depend a lot on who I was giving it to. As a gift, I’d want the game to reflect the interests of the person I was giving it to. If it was a child it would be something cute like Golden Sky Stories. For anyone else, it’s going to depend on the person.

#RPGaDAY 23: Worst Luck

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23rd: Share one of your best “Worst Luck” stories?
Gamewise, that would have to be an incident that happened in Universe. We spent the whole previous session preparing for this very tricky docking and boarding operation. Especially the person playing our pilot. We had everything planned perfectly … and we collided with an asteroid on the approach, and were forced to spacewalk the rest of the way with most of our gear gone.

#RPGaDAY #22: Seemingly Random

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22nd: Supposedly random game events that keep recurring?
I can’t think of one off hand. Since there are only two players in the group, there’s a 50% chance that anything that happens, will happen to my character.
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21st: Funniest misinterpretation of a rule in your group?
While we’ve certainly had misinterpretations I can’t think of anything funny. So as an alternate;

What are good ways for the group to support the host on game night?
Be awake, alert, bring food, be ready to play, help set up…

#RPGaDAY 20: Most Challenging and Rewarding

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20th: Most challenging but rewarding system have you learned?
I’d have to say that would be Skyrealms of Jorune. The early editions of the game had a very confusing set of rules, this combined with the glossary made it a bit of a challenge. But the world of Jorune made the effort more then worth it.

#RPGaDAY #19: The Best way to Learn em...

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19th: Best way to learn a new game?
It has been my experience that playing is the best, and at least in my case, only way to learn a new game. You can try telling me about the rules and such over and over but it doesn’t sink in until I actually play it.

RPGaDAY #18: Innovation

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18th: What innovation could RPG groups benefit most from?
I can’t say I can think of anything off hand... Rules, paper, some means to generate results (ie; dice, cards, etc.). Really anything else would be extra decoration… I mean I suppose you could replace rule books with tablets, or dice with Random Number Generators, but they don’t really add anything to the experience.

#RPGaDAY: All Caught Up.

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16th: Historical person you’d like in your group? What game?
Arthur Conan Doyle, he seems to have a keen analytical mind, yet is open enough to believe in Fairies. I’d like to have him in our Primeval campaign.

17th: What fictional character would best fit in your group?
Adama from BSG, because he’s got the brassballs to get in our faces, set us strait and get us playing like a group. Something we’re seriously lacking as of late.

#RPGaDAY Two for the Price of One

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13th: What makes a successful campaign?
This is a tough one, I’ve never run a campaign or finished one. I’d suppose, something that could hold the player’s interest beginning, middle and end, even if the player is playing the grandchild of his or her original character.

14th: Your dream team of people you used to game with?
My dream team, and excuse me for just using first names here, would be Mark, Trevor, Mike, jkahane and another person, who I think was named Stephanie? Who was a really good role-player.

15th: Your best source of inspiration for rpgs?
I suppose my main inspiration would be the news, movies, anime and television. Of course, in hindsight I’m not sure that these are the best choices for inspiration. I’ve tried using books but I always come off feeling like I’m railroading the players.

#RPGaDAY again

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10th: Largest in-game surprise you have experienced?
That, for me at least was the time that Sharra Dern, my human Hunter/Guide in Jorune nearly beat a Woffen in an arm wrestling match. The Woffen then got it’s second wind, smashed her arm down through the table, spilling a Bronth’s Rusper and causing an epic bar brawl. BTW: Creatures and drink names may be spelled wrong, likely jkahane will correct me.

11th: Which gamer most effected the way you play?
This one is rather difficult, I'd have to say Mark, Trevor and Mike. They were already in the group when I joined, and set the tone in my mind for how one was supposed to role play.

12th: What game is your group most likely to play next? Why?
Polaris. Everyone in the gaming group is fascinated by this undersea sf adventure rpg.

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