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Keklas Rekobah March 3rd, 2009 04:53 PM

Any current games in Anaheim, CA?
< POSTED: MARCH 03, 2009 >

Are there any Traveller games currently running in or near the west end of Anaheim, CA? This is where Anaheim, Buena Park, Cypress, and Stanton more-or-less come together, about 2 miles south of Knotts and 3 miles west of Disneyland.

I'm flexible as to which version is being run, and house rules are okay as well. I have my own books, dice, et cetera, and transportation is not a problem.

Please respond via Private Message. I'll check back once a week.

Thank you,

Keklas Rekobah

Maladominus March 6th, 2009 05:49 AM

Usually a bit of a drive from me, but I *do* know of an active RPG group in Anaheim. One or two of the fellas might be willing to consider Traveller, but most of them are currently hooked into D&D3.5 or sundry boardgames. I've joined them for the boardgaming aspect (especially since they have the good sense to play Fantasy Flight Games boardgames, the only boardgames worth playing these days, in my never-humble-and-always-arrogant-opinion).

I'll email you more about it.

Gadrin March 6th, 2009 10:06 AM

I'm in Redlands, near Riverside. Anaheim's too far for me.


Keklas Rekobah March 7th, 2009 09:02 PM

Story of my life ... right place, wrong game ... right game, wrong place ...

Gadrin March 8th, 2009 12:05 AM

Well Keklas, I suppose we could meet halfway, meaning take turns gaming at each other's place (that's assuming head-to-head game would interest you).

Say 3 weeks in a row at each site ? (or until we realize it won't work). 1 night per week. That might not be too extravagant in the gasoline dept.

There's also online gaming via MSN Messenger, Google Chat or possibly OPEN RPG (I just joined a Thursday night game for another RPG).


Keklas Rekobah March 9th, 2009 07:08 PM

No can do. Mrs. Rekobah is studying for her Master's degree, and this requires a quiet environment in the evenings (we both work full time). Both of us have health considerations that keep work and recreation close to home.

Thanx for the offer though.

Keklas Rekobah November 12th, 2009 02:41 AM

The Devil You know Versus The One You Don't.
<* BUMP *>

Either I get back into playing Traveller with real people sitting around the same table, or I renew my subscription to World of Warcraft ... what's it gonna be?

Thoth-Amon November 12th, 2009 11:08 AM

I'm in Yucaipa, near Redlands.

Keklas Rekobah November 12th, 2009 01:34 PM


Originally Posted by thoth-amon (Post 335073)
I'm in Yucaipa, near Redlands.

100+ miles one-way is a bit too far to drive and still expect to be focussed on a game -- 90 minutes there, a few hours of Traveller, 90 minutes back ... that's 3 hours on the road! 30 minutes one-way is about all this old gamer can handle. That puts roughly a 30-mile radius on my Traveller travels.

But thanx, anyway!

(Let's see ... shall I take the tram or the Gryphon to Ironforge ...?)

Thoth-Amon November 12th, 2009 03:25 PM

It's 60 miles for me. but i agree. If you guys had an 8 hour game once a week, and i had someone to carpool with, then the gas and the drive would likely make it worth my time. Perhaps Gradrin and I can figure something out locally since we are 10 minutes apart. We had talked last year about it but between a horrible contracting experience and my move north, we wrote it off as bad timing.

I remember a time with driving to Disneyland took and hour (55 miles from Redlands), but no more due to traffic. Ah, the good old days with manageable traffic.

Best of luck to you in getting a game going. Suggestion: check out penandpapergames for a large pool of sci-fi players. Between this site and the one i mentioned (my two favorite), i have found little problem finding players. The other suggested site pulls in a large pool of players from every different rpg genre, so don't fault them for it. Ha.

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