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.
(Besides the obvious board games like Clue and Monopoly)
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.