Today’s question is what RPG do you enjoy using as is?
Day 12’s question: which RPG has the most inspiring interior art?
My younger-self would emphatically say any of the old D&D Monster Manuals. I used to read through those for hours, inspiring me to conjure adventures in my head. More recently, I loved the artwork in the new Blue Rose and in Dresden Files Accelerated.
Day 9’s question was: what is a good RPG to play for about ten sessions?
Fate again shines through as an amazing option. It’s milestone system of character advancement mean that the players can make a meaningful change after every session, and that number of sessions ensures at least a couple of Significant and a Major Milestone thrown in there to give players that feeling of growing in power.
Entering the second week of #RPGaDay 2017, starts with what is a good RPG to play for a session of 2 hours or less.
Today’s question is: what was your most impactful RPG session?
We are entering the land of pure fantasy with today’s question: you can game every day for a week, what do you do? I like the idea of exploring a single campaign/casefile/story in those seven days. I’d run a single session each day, maybe increase my normal length of time to four hours, and see what happens. Of course, the final session would have to be a grand finale where the last six days come to a head.
Today’s question asks: which RPG cover best captures the spirit of the game? A fairly broad question. I’m going to narrow this down to RPG’s I’ve looked at more recently and put forward Bubblegumshoe, an RPG of teenage detectives.