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Re: [roleplayers-530] Story Games February Meetup: People's Choice

From: Ben R.
Sent on: Tuesday, February 16, 2010 6:04 PM
Cool -- making characters is always more fun and more involving.

I've run 3:16 before so I could definitely run that another time. It 
holds up for large groups better than a lot of other indie games. 
Shock is always fun, but better for smaller groups since the direct 
play is head-to-head.



At 8:39 PM [masked]/16/10, Mike Kimmel wrote:
>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.
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>On Tue, Feb 16, 2010 at 5:35 PM, Ben R 
><<mailto:[­address removed]>[address­ removed]> wrote:
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>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.
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>At 11:25 AM [masked]/16/10, Mike Kimmel wrote:
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>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!
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>I'd also be interested in trying out Shock sometime...
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>On Tue, Feb 16, 2010 at 6:07 AM, Ben R 
><<mailto:<­mailto:[address removed]>[address­ removed]><mail­to:[address removed]>[address­ removed]> 
>wrote:
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>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)
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>I also have the really excellent Mars Colony game, but that's only 
>for two players.
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>Of course we probably need to narrow the list not widen it ;)
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>At 12:21 PM [masked]/8/10, Mike Kimmel wrote:
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>Hi everyone! Please go to the 
><<<http://www.meetup...­ 
>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!


-- 
Ben Robbins
Lame Mage Productions - http://www.lamema...­
Ars Ludi - http://arsludi.la...­

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