June 4, 2014
I'm flexible. D&D 3.5 was a nice spot between easy & flexible. 4.0 seems a little like the pen & paper version of a MMORPG. GURPS is an old favorite too (but a bit slow-paced). For table-top games, um...I'd have to say Cosmic Encounters because its such a different game each time you play.
That depends on my mood. I like the resourcefulness of a rogue or mage. A good gaming system lets me play a straight-up melee type without it being boring. Give me a good pantheon to work with and I'll make a cleric memorable.
I'm looking for a gaming group to get into, provided the schedule lines up with when I'm open.
I work well off of others. Some of my favorite characters have basically been other players side-kicks.
I do now
I've been playing D&D on and off since the original 3-book boxed set. I stopped playing when my kids came along, but now that they are older am looking to start again.