Gamers (in this context, those who play Role-Playing Games) are fairly
easy to spot. Even outside of conventions, one can find them in the
local Denny's or Carrow's or the equivalent, around 2:00 in the morning
on a Saturday, when you can overhear them talking about the game they
just finished. Gamers like to talk about gaming. Endlessly. Some even
write up the best sessions as stories:
(Both these stories were put into writing by the peerless
Campaign on the Web
I am currently running one campaign, and in a couple of others.
Alas, even good things end sometime. These are some campaigns that are
no longer active:
- An alternative Amber game, Seasons of Change.
- The Franklin
Academy for Exceptional Youth
- Trip's Nexus campaign,
The Nexus City
Government Survey Team
- My Nexus campaign, featuring
- Another capaign set in Nexus, but with a
developed by Trip:
- An Ars Magica campaign set in
- A much older Ars Magica campaign,
- Trip's Akushima
Campaign, which started as a one-shot to test the new Dungeons and
Dragons 3rd edition, but grew sort of uncontrollably.
- Yet another Nexus campaign run by Trip;
Speedy Parcel Delivery.
- Finally, one campaign that returned from the dead, but appears to
have returned: Al's
Nora's Home for Wayward Youth
- My Sailor Moon style Champions campaign, Knights of Atlantis
which died because I couldn't get the hang of running Sailor Moon.
Other Web RPG Elements
One of my long running characters was
Invisible Black, a Champions mentalist.
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