4. Which RPG have you played the most since August 2016?
I don’t track accurately, but… I think it’s the five or six sessions of Diaspora that I’ve run, despite scheduling difficulties. Actually, strike that—I’ve been running Hoard of the Dragon Queen weekly for the last couple of months for encounters—that must have leapt to first place, particularly when you add in other “pressed into service” sessions. Mouseguard was the game that I got to play a PC in the most over last year. Last August I was finishing up a great Dogs in the Vineyard game.
3. Where do you find out about new RPGs?
Kickstarter’s “a friend of yours backed” is surprisingly influential—it’s often enough to get me to glance at something. Similarly, the kickstarter newsletter is persuasive. Beyond that, it’s people in the game store talking about things that excite them, or my rare forays onto G+.
2. What is an RPG you would like to see published?
I’m not following much in development, and am not getting many games to the table right now. My backlog of want to play/run is getting pretty extensive…
1. What published RPG do you wish you were playing right now?
Fall of Magic was right up my alley; I’d love to get in another few sessions. Similarly, Masks and Epyllion were both great games as one shots, with a clear vision of what additional goodness would come from deeper play.