Kind of curious about this. I know Shadowrun does/did well in Germany, and has/had at least a nominal presence in Japan. One of the (for good or ill) characteristics of the setting is the jargon and street slang. How are these translated into other languages? What are some examples?
posted by curious nu
on Jul 26, 2013 -
I've played every version of D&D and am wondering, is there an RPG that doesn't take 3 hrs to make a character, where combat can be resolved in less than an hour and doesn't require a dozen books?
I'm flexible on the genre, but fantasy or scifi is what I'm most interested in, something that can be used over the longterm, not just for a few games (RISUS and it's pals appeal but doesn't seem durable enough), with enough flexibility for me to mash things together but without me having to design my own homebrew from 2 or 3 systems. I've done that.
Lots more inside... [more inside]
posted by fiercekitten
on Feb 27, 2011 -
I recently bought the Laundry series by Charles Stross and thanks to that and Artw's constant efforts to encourage the stars to come right I'm really jonesing for some Call of Cthulhu/Delta Green action. It's been a loooong
time since I've had any chance or time for roleplaying and I'm so far out of the loop I'm in non-euclidean space... [more inside]
posted by longbaugh
on Aug 24, 2010 -
I am attempting to create a new D&D-based RPG, using a lot of non-standard races and rules. Help? [more inside]
posted by neewom
on Jul 18, 2009 -
After 5 years of her refusing, I have finally convinced my wife to try playing a Pen and Paper RPG.
But. She claims she has no imagination.
Is this going to be a horrible experience, or is there hope?
Have you ever gamed with someone who was willing to learn, but had to overcome the "getting into it" factor? [more inside]
posted by JonnyRotten
on Aug 5, 2006 -