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Thoughts (as I think to record them) regarding my return to Role Play Gaming.
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  #5 New May 31st, 2014 04:52 PM
I finished Gygax's "Role Playing Mastery". Worth the read. I enjoyed reading his thoughts on the matter. Good advice. Not Gospel.

Ordered the Mindjammer book/pdf today. I've been reading Sarah Newton's book of the same name. I already have her "Future Earth" BRP supplement and am looking forward to the release of the new RQ6 version of same. She's a talented author with some good and interesting ideas. Fate Core interests me. I look forward to seeing what it feels like in play. So many approaches to RPGing. So little time.

Also finally discovered Alternity (or have I already mentioned this?). I have not explored it in depth, but what I see so far looks quite good. The things one misses when one is not paying attention. I've been able to get the PG, GMG, StarDrive setting, Tangents and others for very low prices.

Will buy the Traveller 2300 CD-ROM in a week or so. I look forward to seeing all of the supplements that I missed and to seeing how the game evolved over the time range covered.

Still playing Pathfinder, though end of semester and some bad planning on game-mate's part has that statement looking more like a lie than truth, right now. I'm entertaining the notion to translate the Inner Sea World religions into RQ6 cults. Also entertaining the idea to run a RQ6 campaign using this Pathfinder setting. They've put so much detail into it.
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