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Zoas Venlar
Wed Jan 13 2010, 11:50a.m.
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3:16 was great I enjoyed playing it and killing my commanding officer to ger promoted eerr I mean I am sorry that the friendly fire happened I should be more careful with my gernades diffently cant wat to play again this con
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Balazar
Wed Jan 13 2010, 09:38p.m.
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I plan on running a Wild Talents (one of the One Roll Engine games) Wild West mod.

Wild Talents is essentially about super powers.
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Balazar
Thu Jan 14 2010, 02:06p.m.
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I also plan on running a Palladium: Dark Reign mod. It is a Zombie Apocolypse type thing. Although I have played both Palladium and Wild Talent, I have never ran games for them, but I am excited to do so.
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meriae
Thu Jan 14 2010, 03:42p.m.
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Chappy,

There's no "making me" involved...it's more of a "can't chase me off with a stick"... ;)
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Chappy
Thu Jan 14 2010, 06:54p.m.
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Wild Talents... I have heard that it is a great system. I doubt I will be lucky enough to get to play (I am busy in too many of the Game slots). But maybe I will get a chance to talk to you about the system, as I am thinking about buying it.
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NPC_Craig
Sat Jan 23 2010, 12:45p.m.
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yay, hungover 3:16, can't wait!
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Chappy
Sat Jan 30 2010, 02:28p.m.
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Saturday morning,

I am not sure what to do. I was wanting to run, something. But that is the only game slot that I am not busy in. But.... if I do run something, I am not sure what.

Right now I have 2 ideas in my head.

1. I run Dread. It is a game that runs like a horror movie. Characters die!!! the Game machanic is Jenga, so no dice. There are no stats, the character sheets are questions that you fill out, that tells you what your character can do. Easy, no experience needed, and I already have an adventure done.

2. I run a very low level (power level) superhero game using a Hack of Dogs in the Vineyard rules. This seems like fun in my head, but I have never done it before so it would be expirimental at best.

or 3. I could just not run during that slot, and give my brain a break.

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Bill Hallam
Tue Feb 02 2010, 11:10a.m.
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I plan on running a warhammer roleplay sunday morning!
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Adokul
Tue Feb 02 2010, 12:03p.m.
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Dark heresy or some thing else warhammer?
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Phil Angert
Wed Feb 03 2010, 10:48p.m.
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I actually like to see some of the less common / less well-known games at conventions too. Between the different flavors and GMs, it makes for interesting times!
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