Tabletop Troubles

I love table top RPGs. They’re a vice that I literally can’t get enough of, but that I never get to indulge. Dungeons and Dragons, World of Darkness, GURPS, you name it, I’ve probably played it (or at least own the books.)

I was lucky enough to be involved in a D&D campaign (Storm King’s Thunder) for the last few months, but progress had been slow due to some folks not showing up or blowing it off constantly. Yesterday I was delivered the news that the campaign was over. No more game.

It was the first game I’d had in a while, and I was really hoping to finish it; it scratched that itch, even though it wasn’t my first love (I will always be drawn back to World of Darkness, especially Vampire, Demon, and Wraith) and wasn’t quite the style of campaign I like best – I much prefer role-playing to roll-playing, and D&D isn’t particularly conductive to that. It was still the chance to game, and I will always jump at that.

But now it’s gone, and I am left bereft and broken. I don’t even know where to start looking for a new game – there aren’t many players in my area, and most of the ones I’ve seen online either want a DM or are privated invite only affairs.

I’m sure I’m not the only roleplayer out there; what do my fellow tabletop addicts do when the game dries up and they’re not getting their fix? Anyone know a good Vampire game online that’s looking for players? Let me know down below.

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