Post by delverinthedark on Nov 13, 2015 15:50:59 GMT -6
Given the subject of the thread I'm spending most of my time in, it probably goes without saying that I find Pendragon really interesting. I'm rather fond of Greg Stafford's Prince Valiant game as well. I often find myself trying to hack out mechanics from those games so I can see how they graft onto D&D.
Post by delverinthedark on Nov 13, 2015 18:32:09 GMT -6
If you'd have me, makofan, I'd love to get in on the Arthurian action! What edition of Pendragon would you be using? In a forum like this, I might imagine the first! Thank you again for that really kind offer!
Pendragon is arguably the best roleplaying game. The design is a near perfect marriage of theme and game mechanics. And I can say the most fun game sessions I've had have been playing in King Arthur's Britain.
Sometimes I ponder how different the roleplaying game industry would have been had Greg Stafford been the creator of rpg's rather than Arneson/Gygax. It might be blasphemous to say around these parts but I think he is far more creative, a better designer, and a better writer.