As promised, my elevator pitch: http://shayne.powerlot.net/2021/09/not-your-grandfathers-megaduneon.html
@mgrondin That's my problem and why I think PBP is a potential solution. I'm thinking posts most days (ideally daily, but this is the real world) but no more than 5-10 minutes worth of work every day.
@uxintro Im interested depending on the platform. Ive been trying to get a PBM or PBeM going for ages.
Also possibly interested, though I'm not on discord and don't care to be.
Would be happy to know what kind of setting you were thinking about.
@mgrondin I'm more than happy to hand-hold as much as necessary. The system I'm using (Risus) is really about describing things more that quantifying them which (I think) makes it a lot easier. Imagine a character (or a blend of characters) from a fantasy (or potentially SF) book or movie or TV show that you'd like to create and we can take it from there.
@uxintro I'm in.
I just read over the Risus core rules, so I'm obviously new to this system. (Prior experience in 2nd ed. D&D and V:tM.) I may have questions about how you want to handle the rules system as we go along, just so I know what's possible/feasible.
Do you care about what settings/environments we draw from, or a particular place our characters should start at (other than "in the dungeon")?
Consider this a friendly, local pub. Make yourself at home, bring your friends, have a good time! Meet new people, have a laugh, enjoy the ambience, and the Oxford commas.