#RPGaDAY Day 15: Favourite Convention Game
The one convention game that sticks out in my head more than the others was the Feng Shui game we played at Killercon one year. It was a pulp game very much in the style of Indiana Jones and the party was questing after a crystal skull before it fell into the hands of the Nazis.
The session was a resounding success as we stopped it from falling into enemy hands and the skull was given to my character to pass on to British intelligence; well that was the theory as it turns out that my character was a double agent working for the Nazis so at the end of the session I’d handed it over.
Oh well 🙂
#RPGaDAY Day 14: Best Convention Purchase
The best thing I ever bought was at the Dragonmeet charity auction last year when I won an engraved BITS Traveller tankard.
#RPGaDAY Day 13: Most Memorable Character Death
I haven’t lost many characters recently and I am aware that we all lose PCs as we get used to learning a new game system; either through a trap or inexperience.
The most memorable for me would be when I lost my Werewolf character Slash of the Wendigo tribe in a ritual duel with a Black Spiral Dancer. It was an epic fight during which both sides put down their weapons and allowed both pack leaders to duel one-on-one to determine the outcome of the fight.
Unfortunately Slash was fatally wounded in the combat but the duel had bought enough time for our sides theurges to complete a binding ritual, so it was nothing more than a Pyrrhic victory for the Black Spiral Dancers.
#RPGaDAY Day 12: Old RPG you still play / read
#RPGaDAY Day 11: Weirdest RPG owned
That would have to be Maid, a game that was originally written in Japanese and translated to English. I got my copy as part of a Bundle of Holding offer.
In hindsight it may not be weird but it is to say the least very odd.