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What are you running right now?

Who here is running a campaign (or playing in a campaign) right now? How many are involved in multip

  • I'm running a D&D campaign right now.

    Votes: 47 50.0%
  • I'm playing in a D&D campaign right now.

    Votes: 31 33.0%
  • I'm running a Pathfinder campaign right now.

    Votes: 9 9.6%
  • I'm playing in a Pathfinder campaign right now.

    Votes: 8 8.5%
  • I'm running a Call of Cthulhu campaign right now.

    Votes: 3 3.2%
  • I'm playing in a Call of Cthulhu campaign right now.

    Votes: 1 1.1%
  • I'm running a different campaign right now (DCC; OSR; Shadowrun; Cyberpunk; etc.)

    Votes: 34 36.2%
  • I'm playing in a different campaign right now (DCC; OSR; Shadowrun; Cyberpunk; etc.)

    Votes: 36 38.3%

  • Total voters
    94

embee

Lawyer by day. Rules lawyer by night.
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I don't get a lot of free-time for just me (such is life) so I look forward to my weekly Saturday night session. We missed a session two weeks ago due to a player not being able to make it and last week because I was out of town (no GM=no game). So, being without my D&D session for so long has my every free thought going right back to my campaign.

What games do you have going? Are you in more than one right now? Let me know in the comments.
 

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Retreater

Legend
I'm running a 5e conversion of Barrowmaze for my wife and her brother. With another group I am playtesting a campaign adventure I've written for an OSR system. As a player, we are going through an OSE conversion of Caverns of Thracia.
 

Mallus

Legend
Not running anything. Playing in two:

1. A heavily-modified, story-heavy D&D 3.5e campaign with 2 high school friends and my college DM and his family, set on a fascinating disk-shaped home-brew world stuck in a wandering pocket universe/plane.

2. A Labyrinth Lord campaign where we get hirelings killed on a regular basis, pay death benefits to their families, and try to not to start fungus-based plagues in pseudo-medieval Iceland.
 
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Ulfgeir

Adventurer
Not running anything at the moment. Planning on running The Troubleshooters.
Currently playing in "Mindjammer" and "Tianxia: Blood, Jade & Silk"

My group also have tons of campaigns on hold right now for various reasons. Among them are Scion 2e, GURPS Dungeon Fantasy, Mage the Awakening 2e
 
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TheAlkaizer

Game Designer
I'm not running anything because my city is under strict COVID rules. A curfew and all that jazz.

But I'm looking forward to resume my Starfinder campaign (that I DM) that's been interrupted by the previously mentioned COVID rules.

I've also been prepping a 5E campaign in a homebrew setting for three close friends that I will be starting once I can meet human beings.
 

prabe

Aspiring Lurker (He/Him)
Supporter
I'm running two campaigns in D&D 5E, both set on a world of my own creation. One party is 14th-level, and the other is (I think) 8th. I'd love to start a third campaign (I love DMing) but (A) I don't really have anything kicking around as a starter and (B) my wife, who takes the campaign notes, has made it clear that two every-other-week campaigns is about as much as she can take notes for.

I play in a third long-time group, but that is as much a social gathering as anything else, and there isn't really anything like a campaign going on there, at the moment.
 


Umbran

Mod Squad
Staff member
The covid-times have been the first time in... decades, that I haven't been running anything at all. My group had folks for whom online gaming just doesn't work, so we put things on hold.

So, I picked up playing with other groups - so now I am playing more this past year than I have in decades, too. I have three D&D games, and one FATE/Space 1889 that I'm having a blast in, each game effectively runs about every other week.
 



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Guest 6948803

Guest
Running Dragon Heist for my sons (contrary to popular belief, story works great - thing is, it works great for early teens, my older players probably wouldn't bite.)
Just finished running Conan 2d20 campaign (Zoom), went good, players were happy, I think system needs work, but I LOVE REH works and pulp in general.
Planned to start Ravenloft campaign (live) in March, but because vaccinations are slow and Ravenloft book is coming, we decided to move start to late May.
And last but not least, playing Blades in the Dark, and kind of hoping it will end soon and somebody in my group starts more traditional game.
 


Nikosandros

Golden Procrastinator
I'm running two 5e games: Dragon Heist & Ghosts of Saltmarsh. I'm playing with a GM that alternates between OSE and Scum & Glory (an Italian game). I'm also playing in an AD&D PBEM. Finally, I'm technically playing every now and then in an GM-less Ironsworn game, but we haven't played in a while.
 

ccs

41st lv DM
Currently only running a 5e campaign.
And playing assorted miniature wargames - mostly WWII, 40k, & WHFB/Sigmar.

Both largely with the same limited circle thanks to the pandemic.
 

embee

Lawyer by day. Rules lawyer by night.
Running Dragon Heist for my sons (contrary to popular belief, story works great - thing is, it works great for early teens, my older players probably wouldn't bite.)
Just finished running Conan 2d20 campaign (Zoom), went good, players were happy, I think system needs work, but I LOVE REH works and pulp in general.
Planned to start Ravenloft campaign (live) in March, but because vaccinations are slow and Ravenloft book is coming, we decided to move start to late May.
And last but not least, playing Blades in the Dark, and kind of hoping it will end soon and somebody in my group starts more traditional game.
I'm getting ready to wrap up LMoP and transition into Tyranny.
 


Voadam

Legend
I am running a 5e conversion of the Pathfinder Iron Gods Adventure Path using Fantasy Grounds. The group is scattered across three states.

FG is less easy to add homebrew stuff into as a DM than I was hoping.
 

Running two D&D campaigns right now, one homebrew and one going through Rime of the Frostmaiden.

I started actually playing in two D&D campaigns since the pandemic started, but both DMs underestimated the commitment and both fell apart before getting anywhere near finishing. Figures.
 

John Dallman

Explorer
Playing a weekly AD&D1e campaign online that was started because of the pandemic, and I hope will continue after it is over.

Playing a GURPS 4e occult WWII campaign that started in 2007, and moved online for the pandemic. It will end within a year or so, and I'm planning to run a successor that deals with different parts of the world.

In my long-running weekly GURPS group, which moved online for the pandemic, I'm running a 4e Transhuman Space campaign, and playing in a 4e Monster Hunters campaign set in the Florida of Tim Dorsey and Carl Hiaasen's fiction. The latter will be replaced by a fantasy campaign fairly soon.
 

Green Onceler

Explorer
I'm running a group of newish players through Rise of the Runelords. Fortunately, we're usually able to play face to face here, as I cannot warm to online RPGs.

I'm not playing anything atm. If I want to play, I think I'll have to reread my Player's Handbook, as that is by far the dominant system. Would really like to play Call of Cthulhu.
 

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