I'd also be up for 3:16, though I've never played or run it. (I have the PDF.)
Part of the fun of Dogs is making characters, so I'd hope to set aside some time for that if we decided to play it. In my experience, it doesn't take very long.
On Tue, Feb 16, 2010 at 5:35 PM, Ben R <[address removed]>
Dogs sounds like a lot of fun if you're up for running it. Are you thinking of pre-gens or making characters at the table?
3:16 (also mentioned in the thread) is a lot easier for just jumping in and playing.
At 11:25 AM [masked]/16/10, Mike Kimmel wrote:
I think I'm leaning towards Dogs in the Vineyard, as someone on the message boards voiced interest. If anyone wants to play another game (or wants to play something other than DitV) then they should let me (or Ben, or everyone) know!
I'd also be interested in trying out Shock sometime...
On Tue, Feb 16, 2010 at 6:07 AM, Ben R <<mailto:[address removed]>[address removed]> wrote:
Hi everyone! Please go to the <<http://www.meetup.com/Story-Games-Seattle/calendar/12551423/>http://www.meetup.com/Story-Games-Seattle/calendar/12551423/>event page or reply to this thread to talk about what game you'd like to play at the next meetup on February 20th. See you there!
Hey Mike, what are you leaning towards playing on Saturday? It might be easier to break the list up between prep and no-prep games. I can throw a few more options into the mix (all no-prep):
- Shock: Social Science Fiction
- In A Wicked Age
- InSpectres (probably InSpace rather than Ghostbusters)
I also have the really excellent Mars Colony game, but that's only for two players.
Of course we probably need to narrow the list not widen it ;)
At 12:21 PM [masked]/8/10, Mike Kimmel wrote:
Lame Mage Productions - http://www.lamemage.com/
Ars Ludi - http://arsludi.lamemage.com/