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RPGaDay in August – August 1st: Published RPG You Want to Play August 1, 2017

Posted by jkahane in coriolis rpg, gaming hut, personal, rpg hut.
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Since GenCon 2017 is just around the corner, it’s time to inaugurate the annual tradition started by Dave Chapman (aka autocratik), #RPGaDay. Once again, Anthony Boyd and the RPGBrigade are stepping in to host this year.

Just like previous years, RPGaDAY is a celebration of everything positive and fun about tabletop roleplaying. The premise is simple – just download the image with all the questions on it from the RPGBrigade site (or the image posted below). Look at the questions, and then, one question per day in August, post something on social media, your blog, anything you like. Just spread the word about how cool RPGing is. If you like, you can share your post on the RPGaDAY page on the RPGBrigade site and they’ll collate everyone’s posts.

Enjoy! šŸ™‚

Day 1 – What published RPG do you wish you were playing right now?

This one is somewhat tough for me, to be honest. While there are a few games that I’d like to play out there, notably 13th Age, the one game that I really want to play (and not run) is the Coriolis – The Third Horizon RPG. While I love GMing the game, I really want to play this “Arabian Nights in space” rpg that has some lovely Middle Eastern themes and a simple mechanic system with a neat dice resolution mechanic. And I’ve got just the character I want to play for the game, too! šŸ™‚

And that’s it for the August 1st question. šŸ™‚

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