So after 2 and half months and currently 260+ in character posts, my Fabled Lands PbP "Belly of the Beast" is wrapping up. The game was actually short for a PbP, roughly a 3 hour session tabletop.
Overall, I am pleased with the end result and am proud to have actually seen one of these things through to the end, even if it was due to some extent to the short nature of it.
It will certainly fuel my thoughts for discussion on the medium in the future.
So Convention season is about to begin (I always consider July to be the beginning), and I am taking stock of where I am at. My gaming this year has been as strong as it ever has, though I doubt there is little that would excite the Con luminaries much like the last few previous years :)
With delays at Wildfire and a continued aversion to spend too much effort in my RPGing, I am guessing that Arnimor Dual, the two GM Cthulhutech scenario will not see Kapcon 2012. The general concept is done but the hard part has yet to be started and I just don't see it happening in time.
Like last year, I find myself interested in a number of low key scenarios based around prewritten material.
- House of Hell for AFF2, also possible for Fright Night
- Belly of the Beast for Fabled Lands, my current favourite PbP
- In Hunting a Monster for Exalted: Dragon Blooded, I have wanted to do an Exalted Con game for about 8 years
There are also two others that Sam is also keen on running:
- Last Dance for Fabled Lands, this one has been on the top of Sam's list for years
- Blood Moon Rising for Lone Wolf Multiplayer Game
So plenty on the menu already which seems positive. As said, no standouts but that's cool. I am also clearing more of the stuff that has been sitting on my to do list.
My copy of Fabled Lands RPG turned up! I hope my expectations are met.
Happy happy McHappy dancealot.