ctunnel wrote:Would love to find a group of people willing to play a little, but don't think I could find enough people to make a good campaign.
jacke wrote:Actually i am gamemastering a campaign on Seven Sea, perfect for cool action
Skelaturi wrote:here is the short adventure D&Diesel
Mortze wrote:A few months later we discovered Vampire: The Dark Ages, followed by Vampire: The Masquerade.
Affabilis wrote:Have you tried Bloodlines? The game is buggy as hell without the community patches, but it's otherwise a really enjoyable experience. I got introduced to Vampire: The Masquerade with it so I might be a little biased tho.
Mortze wrote:Of course I have! Great great game. Dialogues very well written and there were some good efforts to set the Vampire mood in the game. Some flaws there but it's a hard thing to do anyway.
Sure the game was very bugged, but I didn't mind much, I enjoyed it a lot.
Affabilis wrote:Yes, it's a really good game. I really liked how they handled playing as a Malkavian.
By the way, did you know that Paradox bought Vampire's publisher White Wolf? We might get a new Vampire game somewhere along the line...
Blue wrote:But after graduation, most of my company back and we discovered the universe. The World of Darkness. I really liked the system with 10 sized dices. Not only health, the complexity of the treatment and of adventure in the modern world. A sea of opportunities, complex and biting magic ... We tried to play vampires, but then found a more suitable concept in werewolves. That was our favorite. Nearly 6 years, we have played some very interesting modules. Akin and accustomed to our characters.
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