Sadly...and a little surprisingly...no one took this last option.
BUT it looks like the dream is still alive for me! I'm starting a mini-campaign with my buddy Josh to test out a setting that might be best described as Urban Arcana plus Ghostbusters, and the system is just Ghostbusters with some house rules (and probably working in some innovations from Mini Six and other D6 System games). So...doesn't it make sense for ex-Ghostbuster BJ Flech to make an appearance in the campaign? (Josh actually made a character of his own, too. I'm honestly not sure how deadly this game is going to end up being, so having two characters for a single player seems perfect.)
(Yeah, I blacked out the phone number because...whether they were actually their own or not...it looks like the players put real numbers on their cards. It's oh-so-tempting to dial 'em up and find out more about these characters...!)
I'm wondering how many of you out there have subjected your players to taking on "found" characters, or maybe even played some yourself...?
That is so cool. I can't remember the last time I came across a "legacy character" in a second hand game, so I'm interested to hear how B.J. gets on.ReplyDelete
Thanks man! I kinda wish this could be a regular thing somehow...a cool way of connecting with other folks' imaginations...but then I guess it would lose a lot of its charm.Delete
I got given a stack of rpgs and board games a few years ago, and in there was an original Pendragon boxed set. None of the books remained but it was full of used character sheets. Maybe I should try them out!ReplyDelete
I hope BJ Flech lives on for years to come!
Thank you! And...that sounds like a whole adventure waiting to be pieced together to me...!Delete