"In order from most favourite.
1. Paranoia: Dr Strangelove meets 1984, a touch of Mad Max a sprinkle of Brazil and a napalm strike of Tarantino, hell yeah!
2. Call of Cthulhu: Classic, doesn't get old.
3. Unknown Armies: The most inventive…"
I used it heaps when running Call of Cthulhu, I mean you can not find a better source of ideas for horror roleplaying than the bible! Dark prophecies, insane gods, human sacrifice, scary monsters, the Abrahamic religions have them all!…"
"I think of it as wargaming lite. The Skill Challenges can seem like a bit of a joke but I've seen them put to good use in other games. The character races are beyond silly, and not so much camp as tent city."
Hi IM! Welcome to Atheist Nexus! I'm Kris from Queensland. I'd like to invite you to join our Aussie, Kiwi and South Pacific Atheists Group. Please feel free to drop in any time to add a comment, join in a discussion or post your own topic.
I'd also like to let you know about a working group we have formed to brainstorm ideas for a submission on "Freedom of Religion and Belief in the 21st Century" for the Human Rights and Equal Opportunities Commission. We believe its important that non-believers have a voice in this discussion. If you would like to participate, we'd welcome your input!