RPGaDay2018 Day 16: Describe your plans for your next game.

Oh, complicated answer time…

I have borrowed the Darkspace supplement from a friend and I want to have a read of that. He isn’t GMing right now so I have a very long term loan of that book. He would be a player so as far as he is concerned I can have the book until after any resulting campaign ends. I have also been reading the complete works of H P Lovecraft so I really want to go in that direction. That probably isn’t going to be my next game though.

I really want to do some modern day gaming or near future Sci Fi. I have been focusing my Solo play in this genre. So I would love my next game as a player to be in that genre.

My next game session I am running is all planned out and the BBEG was really the inspiration for the Octopus in my City of Forgotten Heroes posts. I am 99% sure my players do not read my blog so I don’t think I have given anything away that I shouldn’t have.

I can also answer this in another way. I write games and release them. I have a supplement for my 3Deep game in progress but more excitingly I am nearing completion of my Wild West/Old West game. There were bits I simply could not do well so I have hired a freelance writer to do a decent job of what I was butchering. This has shifted the project over a show stopping barrier. So my next game release will be Devil’s Staircase Wild West Role Playing. That will also be my first kickstarter campaign (hopefully of many!).

So the answer could be evil monsterous octopi, shoggoths in the shopping mall, special forces taking on drug cartels or holding up a railroad locomotive. the options are limitless.

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  1. I just picked up a hardback copy of The Complete Fiction of H.P. Lovecraft. Yes, I’ve probably read everything before, and yes I could have got the Kindle version for £0.49 (my version cost a few pounds) but I do use Lovecraft’s work a lot for inspiration when writing supplements.

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