Author Isa McLaren
Casing museums with a drink in hand!
I dropped out of my gaming group this week. I’ve been playing TTRPGs with the same group for about 4 years. We started out with me running a Pathfinder campaign with a bunch of con artists and frauds. When that wrapped up, we decided to keep playing together. We created a really wacky world, populated with fashionista satyrs, imperial walruses, and goat paladins.
It was great fun and we all looked forward to our bi-weekly game nights at my house. But I felt the game had pretty much run its course, and with my current schedule, it was time to make a change. I hope the party goes on to have many more adventures, and lift a glass to Captain Versace now and then.
What’s next for me? I’m not sure. I know I’m going to be running some Leverage games as promotion for my upcoming book, A Kiss for Luck. And there’s always my favorite, Sims Medieval. Solo RPGs aren’t the same as tabletop, though. I know I will miss the interactions and the social aspects of gaming. It’s been a big part of my life for a long time, and I’m sure I won’t be gone from the scene for long.
Peace out, Crew.