|The Knights of the Dinner Table: Close to my ideal Group|
So, how does this apply to my situation? Well, I currently am being pressured to only run Pathfinder. However, I have not been able to game much with the school club due to job pressures. I am now a building administrator and it is hard to find the time right after school to run a club meeting regularly. We do have a self motivated Pathfinder group going, but there are a number of others that are floating, waiting for me to start a game again. So, I have decided that I will be running an AD&D only group after school hours, once a week at the Hobby Shop or Public Library. These gamers who currently don't have a game are much more willing to game whatever I DM, simply to game so I can choose the system of my liking. If they had really wanted to game something else badly enough they could have started by now. They are, in short desperate. This does a couple of things. It gets me gaming with a group that might produce older gamers one day (as they grow up); and it gets it into the public arena out of school that there is an active old school game going.
|The Black Hands Gaming Group: Rough and Tumble|
|The Gaming Group from Unicorn City the Movie: The dysfunctional DM|
(BTW, the hobby shop here is Hastur's Games about 3 hours from my stomping grounds!)
|JoJo: DM of the Hard 8 Gaming Group when Gary's not around|
|Patty: DM of Patty's Perps gaming group for reformed and reforming cons. Patty is an elementary teacher by profession|
|The Table Titans Gaming Group meets the Dungeon Dogs Gaming Group|