I lament my absence and regret my Badab War themed campaign had to be shelved, knowing all too well the frustrations the denizens of the RPG Nook are labouring under!
I acknowledge my error and will endeavour to correct it.
My time IS very tight, but the Deathwatch rulebook does allow support for a Solo player in the guise of a 'Kill Marine'. It would have to be a fairly straightforward story, and handled more narratively (although I tend to cling to Combat Crunch) and with less investment than Commissar Molotov's Blackthorn campaign, (he's been planning that for years after all!) but if you are interested, TechCaptain I'm prepared to try and make it work, as you've been hankering to get stuck in for a while.
I may be able to handle another Solo player if someone else wants a bit of a punch-up, but again, I can only really offer Deathwatch as it's all I am truly familiar with. The reason I'm proposing Solo play over Party play is down to making it work at the granular, individual level considering the manic circumstances we're all in.
That is not to say that your Solo stories cannot interconnect or have a mutual, knock-on effect!
- I will need fresh characters - not ones that will appear in, or are built for, other campaigns.
- I will not need excel-style character sheets at this time. If we absolutely do, we'll sort them out later.
- No Blackshields.
- I have never Solo GM'd before, adjust your expectations accordingly.
The nature of playing-by-post will assist with the logistics.
Let me know what you think.
Indexes: IA: Scions of Gehenna IA: White Paladins
Fuel-oils and the scent of burned exhaust metal greeted the back of his nose and throat. The horrible stink of scorched plasteel, where the naked sun had touched it in space, lingered in the air - a delicate cross between extinguished candles, burnt plastic and molten solder. It was a truly awful concoction. "Smells like home," he winked at Tyrell.
The giant stood across from him, visor opened and mask withdrawn. He pointedly sniffed. "You lived in a fart-bottling plant?"
Arron Owen, The Ares Gambit.