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Travis Bryant
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It's not that I'm against the Exploding Kittens kickstarter. I'm a backer of that one, too. It's just a little sad that the EK project has 4.1 million dollars and this project below, which FUNNELS LIFE-GIVING WATER FROM THE ETHER, is struggling to reach 100k.

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Because it needs restating until Columbus Day is no more.

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#RPGaDay Day 6: My favorite RPG that I never got to play... Just one? Seriously? Do you know how many underplayed RPGs I own?

Okay - my gut response is Nexus: The Infinite City. Robin's Law's cross-dimensional game of what would really happen if Planescape were a place. Running battles across a dozen realities while smuggling computer chips that may become spell scrolls two streets down and thought crystals at their destination. That is Nexus. A city that is both nowhere and everywhere. I want to play it so much!

With Feng Shui getting another edition and The Strange poised to be big – who knows? Maybe we'll see a reboot of Nexus: The Infinite City sometime.
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#RPGaDay The most Old School RPG that I own are the AD&D hardbound books -- 6th printing, January 1980. I sort of borrowed and then never returned them from a very cool Catholic priest who used to run AD&D sessions for teens in the rectory meeting room (no priest jokes, he was a good guy). I hope that Mike Ott knows the amazing path of gaming that he set me upon by letting me keep his books.

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Shame! #dice #mouseguard
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#RPGaDay Most recent RPG purchase: I found a lightly used copy of the TSR Marvel RPG with the cards still in shrink for $15 at a local game shop. Yeah.

#RPGaDay Day 3: I'm not entirely sure what was the first RPG that I purchased with my own money. The Christmas after I first got into D&D my parents got me the Red Boxed Set. Now I didn't have to rely on the neighbor kids to play D&D! I read those booklets over and over, including the stuff that was too mathy for my young brain (or for my brain at any age, as I later found).

#RPGaDay Days 1 & 2:  The first RPG I ever played and GM'd was AD&D - the first hardcovers. We had no idea what we were doing, since most of us were around 7 or 8. I was told that a pole arm was a gauntlet with a pole attached to the wrist. We fought and destroyed Tiamat. Regularly. It was awsome.

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To parents of school-age kids, or who will have them soon. You need to see what they go through for the sake of bureaucracy.

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Last 30 minutes on this one. Pretty good pricing, considering it includes international shipping.
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