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About Unpossible E
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Veteran GM and player with a penchant for Star Wars, Genesys, RuneQuest, PbtA, and many more.
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I've been playing tabletop RPGs since the early '80s. While I cut my teeth GMing AD&D, Gamma World, Aftermath!, RuneQuest, and Shadowrun, these days I play and GM a wide variety of games. Currently running FFG Star Wars.

When not playing games or prepping them (i.e. most of the time) I'm a software product manager, married father of two very energetic boys, and sometime rider of bikes.

Law school grad, former infantry officer, inordinately tall, interested in politics, international affairs, and history, among other things.
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Santa Cruz, California
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Santa Cruz
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California
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USA
Game Details:
I play Friday evenings with a group that varies from four to six gamers. We generally run two campaigns at a time, alternating them each week.
More information:
http://unpossiblejourneys.com

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Flipping the Table: Did Removing Miniatures Save D&D? Monday, 28th May, 2018 10:03 PM

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Town:
Santa Cruz
State:
California
Country:
USA
Game Details:
I play Friday evenings with a group that varies from four to six gamers. We generally run two campaigns at a time, alternating them each week.
More information:
http://unpossiblejourneys.com
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Monday, 28th May, 2018

  • 10:30 PM - Rhone1 quoted Unpossible E in post Flipping the Table: Did Removing Miniatures Save D&D?
    Back in 2016 D&D 5 had already crushed 3.5, (per Mike Mearls), and it's become even more popular since then. Good friend of mine from college works for Hasbro. He said the same thing. D&D 5.0 has sold a lot more than 3.5. He said that it wasn't even close.

Tuesday, 13th March, 2018

  • 01:22 AM - 3catcircus quoted Unpossible E in post What’s the most complex RPG out there?
    I didn't find the original Twilight: 2000 overly complex, but that's likely because I came to it after running multiple Aftermath! campaigns. For a long time that was for me the standard for high complexity. Years later I ran Twilight: 2013, which is probably the most complex game I've ever run. It has some clever ideas, but unfortunately they're buried in poor organization and unnecessarily complicated implementation. If you want to find out exactly which part of your opponent's face is caved in by the 5.56mm round from your highly-customized M4 variant, this is the game for you. Twilight:2013's fatal flaw is just that the core rules are so poorly organized. Whether you like the campaign backstory or not, it should never have been the first section of the book. That they have 3 modular levels of complexity alliws you tailor it for casual players who know nothing about modern weapons all the way up to hardcore gun bunnies. The basic mechanic is way cooler than d20 or d% systems and very ...

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