The WoD Itch



  • Hey guys! Long time no message! I hope everyone out there is doing amazingly and life is going good.

    I'm sure I've asked this before in the past, but that itch is starting to creep up in the back of my head again - WoD. oWoD to be specific. Are there any games out there worthy of interest? I know I'm cutting corners by asking here, but I like knowing how other plays feel about any type of set up happening currently.

    Cheers for the help and so many huggles.

    -Riz

    PS - It's been awhile. I hope I've posted this in the correct spot.



  • I may be wrong, but it think City of Hope is currently the only oWoD game in town. Modern Nights shut down fairly recently.

    There may be others.



  • oWoD has fallen out of style as everyone wants to play nWoD and nWoD2.0.


  • Pitcrew

    Sheltering Sky exists, as old-school oWoD. It's a direct descendant of Metro, set in Colorado.



  • I want to see the owod setup for vampires with as much of the new game system as is feasible.



  • @Misadventure That shouldn't be too hard to work out and mesh well, honestly. We tried doing that already, but most thing work better across at able than across a computer screen >.<

    Even in nWoD, I tried keeping lore and fluff as MUCH as possible.



  • @Ganymede Played there before and a few times. Hard for me to stick around.



  • @Grayson Haven't heard of that one before! I'll have to give it a look see. Thank you muchly!



  • @RizBunz Yeah. City of Hope has its problems. They are many and varied. But it's the only place I can currently play a Mummy (or at least... pretend to play one, while I distract myself with Space Engineers)


  • Pitcrew

    @Jennkryst said in The WoD Itch:

    @RizBunz Yeah. City of Hope has its problems. They are many and varied. But it's the only place I can currently play a Mummy (or at least... pretend to play one, while I distract myself with Space Engineers)

    I am apping a Mummy there in the next day or two.



  • @Jennkryst chuckles Cute. Yeah I just...I loved a few people I met there. I really did. Some of the rp there was amazing and I'm thankful to the players for it. I'm just a bit too out of touch with the setting I think.

    That and sometimes things would just go left turn WAY too fast without any reason what so ever.

    Garou Sphere made me so sad I wanted to cry. I can't touch Sabbat anymore, either. Again - sadness.

    At least you're enjoying it!!! That's great to hear.


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