Various gaming and gaming-related goings-on in my current existence:
*Christian over at The Tolling of the Great Black Bell has started up his 'zine again. It might be the only thing I get in the mail that I actually enjoy opening. Who doesn't want a 'zine with drooling mutants amidst the endless credit card offers and mail from the AARP. (Which I totally don't understand, because I'm only 36)
*Event registration for KantCon opened up yesterday. My Stars Without Number game is already half full, and I've got two signed up for Starships & Spacemen, including a player who has been in several of the sessions over the last couple of years. I have no doubt that I will fill my tables; I do every year.
*In addition to John's D&D 2018 game and my friend's Savage Worlds take on Dark*Matter, I'm going to have the chance to play in a colleague's Zweihander game. I'm pretty hype. The only reason I can even consider embarking on this much gaming is because I'm only seven and a half weeks away from the end of the school year.
*I've started watching "Paranormal Survivor" on Netflix. I don't actually believe in ghosts (or anything supernatural for that matter), but the stories are cool and kind of make me want to do a retread of Orpheus. (White Wolf's take on ghostbusters, released back in like 2003 I think) Of course, I have a pretty low tolerance for the WoD system anymore, so it'd have to be a different rule set.
*I succumbed to nostalgia and bought the rest of the Palladium Robotech books, since they lost the license and the books are now officially out of print. I managed to snag them just before scalpers started posting them used on various online retail sites with jacked up prices. Am I likely to ever run Robotech? Probs not. However, I'm a nostalgia whore and pine for the days of my idyllic childhood in the 1980's, so there you go.