Saturday, July 15, 2017

A gal with something to offer.

There may be some time in the future where I will post weekly again, either gaming or Licheville, perhaps both!

But it ain't this week!

Monday, July 3, 2017

My RPG gaming wish list.

Above: my possible entry into the One Page Dungeon contest.

My RPG gaming wish list.

Currently we're playing an Basic D&D campaign ran by my buddy John. No complaints, quite enjoyable and definitely satisfies my rpg itch. But we play it on Roll20, and I really have an itch to do some face to face gaming.

Want to play:

Delta Green. I've had the rules since they first came out, but I've never run it. I want to play it first to get a feel for how it's played first. Many, many years ago I attempted to run COC, but the boys (yes, I still game with my buddies from high school!) weren't quite into the horror thing at the time. Also, playing it would help me put together adventures for it as I prefer to make my own adventures.

WFRP. I always tend to run it rather than play it. Before I moved to Florida I got in on a session of John's, and that ended up lasting for years.  He's thinking about restarting it, so I try to be subtle and nudge hin towards that.

Battletech/Mechwarrior. Another of a friend's campaigns, Dave also started this one after I was gone. If I'm nudging John, I'm damn well pushing Dave. Imagine a Star League combat team sent to investigate where Kernesky went, waking from hypersleep in 3050. We all know what happens then, don't we?

DCC/MCC. Past the funnel for once. Fucking unending GenCon funnels!

What I want to run:
A fallout-like post-apocalyptic campaign using either Grim Hack or my current favorite rendition of the COX/RQ/D100 rulest: the new Delta green.

My Corporate Space campaign using one of the afore mentioned rules. Think hard sci fi with a teeny tiny touch of horror. The Expanse would be a good representation. Taking place in our solar system after significant exploration and settlement.

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Crown's Hold original campaign map

The original map I whipped up for my last (not dead yet even though I've taken an extended hiatus due to, you know-life) campaign. The funny part is that I had envisioned the campaign to be an explorative/hex crawl one, but no plan lasts after contact with a good gaming group. I'd designed a few faction/politics hooks, and that's what really got them. They maybe explored 20% of the area around them, and it lasted a year before I moved! But everybody had fun, and that is the only thing that matters.

Saturday, April 8, 2017

The Boys

My regular gaming group who are currently adventuring through Quasqueton and the Caves of Chaos (depicted through a Licheville lens). We each have 2 characters a piece at this time, thus the doubled features. Also included are Dave, who's computer isn't letting him game with us right now, and John, the DM (hidden by the mace head on the left).