This is a record of the games Brent Newhall's played and run in his gamer lifetime.
A short game of Nobilis with three coworkers, circa 2001.
|July 2005 - Nov. 2005||Martian Blues||SHERPA||Face-to-face|
|Dec. 2005 - May 2006||Ho Sophos Daimon||SHERPA||Face-to-face|
|June 2006 - July 2006||Chaotic Wanderings||D&D 3.5, roughly||Face-to-face|
|July 2008 - Oct. 2008||The Seven Stones||D&D 4th Edition||Face-to-face|
|Aug. 2008 - Dec. 2008||Powered Assault||Gunwave||Face-to-face|
|Nov. 2008 - Dec. 2009||The Crimes of Talon||D&D 4th Edition||Face-to-face|
|Nov. 2009 - Aug. 2010||Portents of Darkness||Star Wars: Saga Edition||Google Wave|
|Dec. 2009 - Aug. 2010||Legacy of the Lines||D&D 4th Edition||Google Wave|
|Mar. 2010 - Aug. 2010||Sellswords of Tamerane||D&D 4th Edition||Google Wave|
|June 2010 - Aug. 2010||The Goblins of Winterkeep||D&D 4th Edition||Google Wave|
|Dec. 2011 - 2012||Change of Fate||FATE||Face-to-face|
|Feb. 2010 - 2012||Dungeons & Magical Girls||D&D 4th Edition||Live online|
|Oct. 2011 - 2012||Let's Play an Interesting RPG||Different each week||Google+ Hangout|
I could run these any time.
I could run these if I had some time to re-read them.
I've played these at least once.
My games tend to focus on mystery and suspense, and tell interesting stories. Tactics are also important. Player-characters are destined for greatness, and I mirror back player ideas I think are interesting into the game. I will invoke “rule zero” (bending the rules) if it'll make the story more interesting.
In 2015, I want to play 10 RPGs that I've never played before. As I play them, I will fill them in here:
(Besides the obvious board games like Clue and Monopoly)