Atheist Role Players and Wargamers


Atheist Role Players and Wargamers

A group for atheist/agnostic role players and wargamers.

Members: 90
Latest Activity: Aug 13, 2016

Why is that the MMORPG players get all the attention? At least we "analog" gamers haven't replaced our imaginations with a dual core Intel processor.
On the other hand... Felicia Day.... Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm...

Discussion Forum

Pathfinder Dragoon

Started by Doran Howell Jul 23, 2012. 0 Replies

What are you presently playing.

Started by Mark A. Siefert. Last reply by The Big Blue Frog May 15, 2012. 5 Replies

Does your nontheism influence your games?

Started by John "Direwolf" Pollock. Last reply by Erik Weissengruber Sep 27, 2011. 25 Replies

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Comment by The Big Blue Frog on June 3, 2013 at 3:10pm

Very slow group. It's been almost a year since anyone posted on the comment wall. I'm getting ready to have a kid, and I look forward to telling him about roleplaying.

Comment by The Big Blue Frog on July 13, 2012 at 11:39am

I'm the guy on the far right, running the game. I run D&D 4th Edition every Monday night, and Pathfinder RPG every Wednesday night. This past Wednesday, we finished Master of the Fallen Fortress, which was a free scenario from Paizo for the 2012 Free RPG Day.

Comment by The Big Blue Frog on May 15, 2012 at 12:29pm

My game group. This is just a portion of our group. On any given Monday night, we have about 30+ people in and out of the shop playing Magic, D&D, Pathfinder, Dark Heresy, Settlers of Catan, Vanguard, Warhammer, etc. Of the group, I've only found one other atheist, but a couple of people have made positive comments about my outspoken atheism, so I think there may be some more closeted atheists in the group.

We have a lot of fun. I was away from roleplaying games for over 20 years, so it's been fun in this last year to get back into it.

Comment by Edward Bennett on February 16, 2012 at 3:20am

Comment by Doran Howell on December 12, 2011 at 7:25pm

Was thinking of making an atheist cleric in pathfinder, yeah you can dedicate your cleric to cause and still gain divine magic.  My Half-elf cleric's cause, defend those he cares about.  the thing is my DM agreed to this on the part I take something i found hilarious, the half plate pants of occasional disappearance.  Oh this is gonna be fun

Comment by Jake on December 8, 2011 at 11:01pm

I was wondering if anyone is looking for players and/or plays their game over the internet? I have been interested in playing, but I haven't found anyone around where I live interested.
I just thought I'd ask, I'm willing to play any game so long as people are willing to have me.

Comment by The Big Blue Frog on November 14, 2011 at 9:49am

New Pathfinder minis from WizKids and Paizo look pretty cool.

Comment by The Big Blue Frog on September 22, 2011 at 12:57pm
Played our second session of Pathfinder: Carrion Crown last night. We began investigating the ruins of Harrowstone prison after checking out a crypt in the local cemetery.
Comment by The Big Blue Frog on September 6, 2011 at 11:03am
Played my first real game of Pathfinder last night. I had played the introductory Pathfinder Society mini-adventure, but last night was the first actual campaign session. We're playing the Harrowstone Prison adventure. I'm a Cleric of Iomedae, Goddess of valor, rulership, justice, honor and glory.

Funny thing that. My wife (a Christian) says she gets enough religion at church and from her fundy family, and there's no way she'll play a cleric.
Comment by The Big Blue Frog on July 15, 2011 at 9:01am
Anyone remember "Fantasy Wargaming - The Highest level of Fantasy"? It's sort of semi-crunchy medieval RPG from the 80's, it gives stats for the xtian pantheon, the Virgin Mary's armor class, all that. Ridiculous and awesome.
I always thought it was unfair that the Dieties and Demigods book for AD&D 1e didn't have the Christian pantheon included. Think of how interesting it would have been to include St. George in a fight against a dragon, or go up against Yahweh on the plane of Shamayim (lit. "the heights"). I also wondered how the other religions represented in the Dieties book felt about their gods having hit points.

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