Games I Can RunPersonal ·
I have a one-shot planned for Dogs in the Vineyard. Play as fantasy Mormon sheriffs enforcing and struggling with their faith. I might expand that into a campaign or run some other one-shots.
Candidates for Next Campaign
See my pitch deck shared on Discord (not public).
Games I Can Run
- Apocalypse World: fiction-first post-apocalypse
- Because I’ve run this, I’m open to running any Powered By the Apocalypse game. Basically pick a genre and find a hack for it.
- Antrum (my game): competitive storytelling map game about vying factions in a weird sci fi city
- Blades in the Dark: play as a crew of daring scoundrels seeking their fortunes on the haunted streets of an industrial-fantasy city
- Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition
- I’m not currently interested in running this
- Fiasco: GM-less collaborative Cohen Brothers-style amateur crime mayhem
- Mothership module Gradient Descent: Blade Runner-inspired horror megadungeon crawl
- This was fun but I don’t love the system
- The Quiet Year: GM-less collaborative post-apocalyptic storytelling
Ready to Go
I can be ready to run one-shots or campaigns any of these games with a bit of warning.
- Burning Wheel: crunchy character-centric low mag
- Dialect: is a game about an isolated community, their language, and what it means for that language to be lost
- Not ready to run remotely
- Dogs in the Vineyard: play as fantasy Mormon sheriffs enforcing and struggling with their faith
- Dungeon Crawl Classics: goofy old school D&D with disposable characters
- Dungeon World: fiction-first approach to fantasy, like D&D but faster and less math
- Hell is Other People (playtest my game): micro-RPG inspired by Fiasco and The Good Place
- i’m sorry did you say street magic: GM-less collaborative city-building and storytelling
- Lady Blackbird: steampunk (I know!) adventure module
- Microscope: GM-less scale-jumping collaborative storytelling/history creating
- Mouse Guard: play as heroic mice protecting fellow mice in a dangerous world, rules based on Burning Wheel
- Sign: LARP about children learning to communicate via sign language
- In-person only
Interested But Have Not Read
- Follow: simple setting-agnostic game about going on a quest
- Moldvay Basic D&D: influential early version of D&D
- Night Witches: WWII game about women at war
- Torchbearer: Basic D&D tradition, but using simplified version of Burning Wheel system
- Basically any OSR game: Black Hack, Into the Odd, Electric Bastionland, Mork Borg, Lamentations of the Flame Princess, Hot Springs Island, Troika!, etc.
- Any one-pager that looks cool. There are a ton of fun one-pager RPGs on Itch nowadays, including many popular ones by Grant Howitt like his popular Honey Heist.