August 25th, 2018

RPGaDay in August - August 25th: Game That Had an Impact on You in the Last Year

We continue on with #RPGaDay in August.


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#RPGaDay

Day 25 - Name a game that had an impact on you the last year.

This one's pretty easy. Torg Eternity had a tremendous impact on my life the last year, with the game coming out and getting ready to run the game and then the actual play of the game during that time after I got the KS backer boxed set. (See this post for a pic of the materials that were in the boxed set.)

I had been jonesing for the game since I'd heard last year that it was coming out from the folks at Ulisses Spiele North America, and was thrilled to get the game. I was seriously Torg obsessed for the longest time to get the game, and when it came in my (snail) mail box, I was really glad to finally get my hands on it and start reading and getting ready to run the game.

Friday Evening Game Report - Torg Eternity, Session 10

The Friday night gaming group continued play in their Living Land campaign of the Torg Eternity RPG yesterday evening. You can read about the previous session of the game by following the link. This post is somewhat long, so I've put it behind a cut for those who don't want to read about my roleplaying game campaigns.


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Friday night's game session of Torg Eternity saw a little bit of everything, and had the players running around as if their lives depended on it (which they did, of course!). Overall, it was a fun game session, the players determined to go after the "McGuffin" next, but pleased that they'd effected the rescue of the prisoners from the Redjaws encampment. The biggest disappointment the players had last night was when Mark's Lucas made the shot of a lifetime, rolling a 72 on the dice, but no one had a Glory card to play for the big win. Guess what the next Destiny card draw was? You guessed it! :)

Anyway, I can't wait to run the next session of the adventure in two weeks' time! :)