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Ganked from mscongeniality


Your
Ultimate Roleplaying Purity Score
CategoryYour ScoreAverage
Hacklust54.72%
Will kill for XP
52.3%
Sensitive Roleplaying69.62%
Will talk after everyone important's been killed
48.3%
GM Experience94.2%
"Um... You guys are in a 10'x10' room..."
64.4%
Systems Knowledge94.63%
Played in a couple of campaigns
87.8%
Livin' La Vida Dorka60.92%
Goes nuts on the weekends
57.6%
You are 77.64% pure
Average Score: 64.9%


Of course, not being able to remember everything I've done probably has something to do with my score...

Comments

caryabend
May. 19th, 2003 09:13 pm (UTC)
Obscurity
I'm suprised that given how extensive the list was, it left a few things out. I don't recall seeing GAMMA WORLD (or GW3000 for that matter) or Shadow Run, both of which were fun. GW was this post-nuclear-apocalyptic setting, where one of the character traits was "Mutation," the vast majority of which were nasty hinderances. Like say "brittle bones" or "limbs different length by 3-12 inches." The best was that new mutations could randomly occur. Shadow Run was pretty cool too. Cyberpunks and Urban Shamans. I liked the "Urban Renewal" spell. :)

I played Call of Cthulhu enough to know that my characters must have reflected me in some way, given that they were always failing their sanity checks. I guess elder beings do that to you.

Still like AD&D, though. Started with that one in middle school, and still like it. I remember that our GM had a minor vocabulary issue then -- "Jovial" was a religion. :)
sethcohen
May. 20th, 2003 03:14 am (UTC)
No list is ever extensive enough
After all, they didn't have "Kobolds ate my baby!" :)
echoweaver
May. 20th, 2003 08:37 am (UTC)
Re: Obscurity
And no In Nomine! How could they?
sethcohen
May. 20th, 2003 08:41 am (UTC)
Re: Obscurity
Well, they're clearly blasphemers... :)

...or perhaps it's all a conspiracy?
sethcohen
May. 20th, 2003 08:41 am (UTC)
Re: Obscurity
...and just to be freaky, I did 'fnord' in brackets in that last post, so of course it dissapeared...
caryabend
May. 21st, 2003 06:46 am (UTC)
Control
Of course it disappeared. Can't have those things out in the open now, can we? HTML was designed that way for a REASON.

The SMOFs are NOT watching, there is no UseNet Cabal, and the Illuminati don't exist.

Big Brother, TIA, the GOP, and Halliburton Oil are a different matter altogether.