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: 52 51.5%
  • I'm playing in a D&D campaign right now.

    Votes: 32 31.7%
  • I'm running a Pathfinder campaign right now.

    Votes: 9 8.9%
  • I'm playing in a Pathfinder campaign right now.

    Votes: 8 7.9%
  • I'm running a Call of Cthulhu campaign right now.

    Votes: 4 4.0%
  • I'm playing in a Call of Cthulhu campaign right now.

    Votes: 1 1.0%
  • I'm running a different campaign right now (DCC; OSR; Shadowrun; Cyberpunk; etc.)

    Votes: 38 37.6%
  • I'm playing in a different campaign right now (DCC; OSR; Shadowrun; Cyberpunk; etc.)

    Votes: 36 35.6%

pogre

Legend
Running D&D 5e - usually spur of the moment - we played twice last week.

Running a weekly WFRP game - The Enemy Within campaign.
 

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billd91

Not your screen monkey (he/him)
I'm running Return to the Keep on the Borderlands converted to 5e for my kids and their friends. That will lead into Princes of the Apocalypse.
I'm also running Age of Worms converted to 5e for a long-standing gaming group (which also includes some of our kids).
And I'm playing in a 5e home-brew campaign centered around secretive dragons and their factions.
Each game meets biweekly so the burden of all this gaming isn't too heavy to bear and still get the stuff done that needs to get done.
 


Still running Blades in the Dark on and off. My Nameless Vagabonds crew has expanded to 5 players, has reached Tier 2 after 30+ sessions, and has handed the Empire its worst military defeat in its history by leaking plans of a naval invasion to its enemies. We even played a side-session of Fire Ships at Midnight by Tyler Lominack, the 3-player RPG about the leaders of the Spanish Armada trying to avoid taking the blame for military disaster, except it was re-skinned to fit the Leviathan Hunter/Imperial Navy expedition getting ambushed in Tycheros. My players relished in playing the campaign villains trying to slime their way out of catastrophe.
 

glass

(he, him)
Running Rise of the Runelords and playing Shattered Star, both PF1 and both online for the time being. RotRL is on the final straight, and after that I am going to run some homebrew mini-campaigns (PF2, then Mythras, then something sci-fi) before we dive in to something else long term.

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glass.
 

PabloM

Adventurer
Oh, this is fun!

I´m running a D&D 5e Dragonlance campaign, which is coming to an end after three years (!)

Also I´m running a Burning Wheel game in a homebrew world.

Both games are weekly, so it's quite a challenge to change your game and setting mindset every three days.
 

I'm actually playing more consistently now with Virtual :) Running one game for my family (mostly in person, with my son & his new wife out of state via Zoom). Playing another with Roll20 & Zoom. One or the other almost every week.
 

Dr Magister

Explorer
I'm running a weekly D&D 5e campaign in a homebrew world. I'm also running the 'An Ambassador's Tales' campaign for Flashing Blades, but using Everywhen, but that's currently on pause while other people run games (I'm playing in a 4e WFRP Enemt Within game).
 

TwoSix

Unserious gamer
Running 2 5e games.
Playing in 1 5e game.
Playing in a OSR/5e mashup kind of game.
Playing in a MORK BORG game.
Trying to pull together some playtest sessions of Shadow of the Weird Wizard, but tough to find time in the schedule.
 


delericho

Legend
I'm currently running two D&D 5e campaigns, one via Microsoft Teams with colleagues from work, and one via Zoom with my siblings. I've been extremely surprised (pleasantly so) by how the game plays over the internet - I had assumed it just wouldn't work well at all, but was wrong.

I would very much like to run something (almost anything) else, since all D&D all the time gets a little old after a while, but I'm not really seeing any prospect of that happening.
 


Retreater

Legend
Running Barrowmaze in 5e, prepping to run Rime of the Frostmaiden in 5e for my former OSR playtest group, prepping to run PF2 Abomination Vaults. Playing in OSE Caverns of Thracia.
 

Lord Mhoram

Adventurer
Right now, I'm running a Cypher System game that is fantasy - with lots of flavor being the tropes and stylings of 8,16 adn 32 bit era JRPGs (think Final Fantasy, Dragon Warrior, Breath of Fire, etc). This is a solo game I am running for my wife.

Right now I am playing a Cypher System game that is fantasy - with the PC being a cyberpunk street samurai brough into the fantasy world. My wife is GMing that for me.

I have a D&D 5E group I will run once we can meet physically again - and my wife will be GMing a HERO system game set on a ringworld, that is fantasy, SF and more.

I just got the Sentinals of the Mulitverse RPG and really like what I see, so I might run a test game for a few months for the wife to see how it plays.
 

Siriak

Explorer
I just started running a "Lost Mine of Phandelver" game last night and I am playing in a Dark Heresy campaign. My group is playing both of these on Roll20 using Discord for voice.
 

Aldarc

Legend
Trying to pull together some playtest sessions of Shadow of the Weird Wizard, but tough to find time in the schedule.
I have the documents for that, but splitting my efforts between the AGE playtest and this one would be difficult, especially since my players haven't played SotDL yet, so there is no basis for comparison or grasp of the basic engine/mechanics.
 


Tantavalist

Explorer
I'm currently a player in a Lancer game (Mech combat).

For the first time in decades I'm not running anything (usually I'm the Forever GM). But I'm working on a conversion of the Modiphius 2d20 system to run a Star Wars game that I should begin running in a few weeks.
 

I'm currently a player in a Lancer game (Mech combat).

For the first time in decades I'm not running anything (usually I'm the Forever GM). But I'm working on a conversion of the Modiphius 2d20 system to run a Star Wars game that I should begin running in a few weeks.
Lancer is brilliant and I'm excited about the No Room For A Wallflower campaign that just came out. I suspect I'd have to run it myself as the only group locally is full up.
 

el-remmen

Moderator Emeritus
Running two 5E games using Ghosts of Saltmarsh as a basis.

  • One is my "newbie" game, it started in person with a friend of my wife (she has played in one-offs with a pro-DM and a short-lived D&D game), her husband (played as a kid with his brother and was also in the short-lived game), their friend (a refugee from the short-lived game - he also had not played since HS/college days), and another friend who has only played video RPGs, never table top). It is now online (and has been that way since last March - but three of the five of us have gotten vaccinated, so as soon as the 4th is, BACK IN PERSON BABY!). We play every 3 to 5 weeks.
  • The other (which we refer to as "Revenants of Saltmarsh") started with five folks I know from all over the country, two of which I have played in D&D (and other) games since the mid-90s. Scheduling and the like had made it so that those two old players are the only ones left - and we are having fun with a very casual game. We also play every 3 to 5 weeks.
When one of my old-time players starts up a game, I hope to be able to join it remotely.
 

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