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(updated April 2010)

  • rowan_academy: LJ Changeling: The Dreaming game
  • ctd_epiphany: Cooperative-storytelling Changeling: The Dreaming game
  • vie_et_liberte: An LJ Buffy the Vampire Slayer game that never got off the ground. Co-GMed with lostsatyr.
  • emeraldshadows: LJ Werewolf: The Apocalypse game
  • emerald_facets: LJ Werewolf: The Apocalypse game
  • 4life_n_liberty: A community for my tabletop Changeling: The Dreaming game set in Philadelphia, For Life & Liberty
  • fairgrove_u: LJ Changeling: The Dreaming game
  • silver_woods: A community for my tabletop World of Darkness games set in Washington, DC
  • dun_caorthann: A community for my tabletop Dark Ages Fae game, The Rowan & the Lotus. May someday be revived as an LJ DA Fae game; I don't know.
  • milescross: LJ Changeling: The Lost game
  • 2nd_rome: The Second Rome, LJ Changeling: The Lost game

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efbq
Jun. 1st, 2006 05:56 pm (UTC)
I've been tempted to come up with a similar list, but it's far too sad...
ambrose_rinaldo
Jun. 1st, 2006 06:14 pm (UTC)
maybe you can reuse vie_et_liberte one day for a tabletop Buffy game. That is if you still have the plot-lines and are interested.
roisnoir
Jun. 1st, 2006 06:16 pm (UTC)
You have no idea how much I miss Supernatural Central.
thegamemistress
Jun. 2nd, 2006 11:39 am (UTC)
You and me both - we all had some really good times there. :)

Occasionally I'll dig out my old binder from the VtM game and get nostalgic - every time I look at the retouched VtES cards, or the sheets with the "character-appropriate" dingbats (pistol and crosshairs for my Brujah ex-cop, et. al.) for borders, I think of you. :)

Maybe someday lostsatyr and I can get you, ramius_rathorne, eslin and the Tree together for an adventure there - for old times' sake. :)
ramius_rathorne
Jun. 2nd, 2006 05:10 pm (UTC)
*sips at the cup of nostalgia*

Ah... yes... someday perhaps.
dances_withcats
Jun. 1st, 2006 06:27 pm (UTC)
Give me a ping when you're ready to start emerald_facets. I've posted a couple of entries in maya_garou to prep for her appearance in Hawaii.

*looks forward to lively game, pleasepleaseplease!*
misslynx
Jun. 1st, 2006 08:12 pm (UTC)
Also looking forward to that one starting, though I haven't posted anything much in my IC journal yet - not sure if we're supposed to have randomly found our way to Hawaii, or been sent there by the Powers That Be of our respective breeds/tribes/etc. If you can offer a tip as to how and by whom I might be being sent there, I'll happily write up a few IC entries...

Er... "You" being thegamemistress, that is...
thegamemistress
Jun. 2nd, 2006 11:32 am (UTC)
Given that the whole "Hanalei project" is a radical endeavor ("Bête and Hengeyokai working together? Members of the Garou Nation working with other Bête? You're kidding, right?"), I figured that the characters would be sent there by mentors sympathetic to the project, or they might have heard of it on their own and went, "Hey, great idea!"

My NPC sentai is being sent to Hanalei by their Court, which is sympathetic to the cause and unusually progressive for the Beast Courts - most of the other Courts are xenophobic about Westerners.

Does that help?
the_gargoyle
Jun. 1st, 2006 07:40 pm (UTC)
I always wanted to see a DA Fae game played around us.

I always liked the set up, and figured it would be fantastic with the right plot and players.
thegamemistress
Jun. 2nd, 2006 11:42 am (UTC)
With the right plot and players, oh, yes.

Unfortunately, I got stuck with a group at Open Gaming that didn't "get" the setup I was using, and I got dissatisfied rather quickly. :(

Maybe after my LJ WtA game is over, I'll think about a DA Fae one.
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