October 15, 2012
Yes but to me D&D 3.0, 3.5 and Pathfinder are the playable versions. Some other D20 games are alright.
I enjoy both sides of the table. I have lots of GM experience, I've run groups that lasted for years and one offs at conventions. My preference is finite campaigns, ( I believe a story has a beginning, middle and end) if the players really like their characters and the setting I'll run a sequel. As a player I'm all about roleplaying and having fun. As a DM I try to include fun stuff for different types of players, roleplaying, action, problem solving and story elements are included in every session.
Yes but only to DM. I love RPG's but I'm picky and only find about one campaign in four rewarding enough to attend regularly.
I'm sure I do but I don't play those games.
I'd love to try D&D Next when it comes out. As a player I'll try almost anything once. I've been writing a fantasy FUDGE setting lately mostly for my own amusement. I've played Champions, Gurps, the White Wolf games, Runequest, Basic Roleplaying, Call of Cthulu, Villains and Vigilantes, Toon, Big Eyes Small Mouth, Teenagers From Outer Space, Tunnels and Trolls, KAMB (the beer engine system), Pokeman, Rifts, Stormbringer, Cyberpunk and many others I can't recall at the moment.
I'm a lifelong gamer. I'll play just about any genre, I've run fantasy in many settings, several flavors of science fiction, superheroes, horror and comedy.