llew silverhand wrote:I've always been curious about that style of game - I'll be taking a look at your postings there Dragonlady, to see what it's all about.
waltshooter wrote:My parents wouldn't let my brother and I play D&D ... so we snuck over to play it at the neighbor's house. Though, for some reason, it was okay to play D&D type games on the computer - just not PnP versions.
However, I think my parents knew we were playing D&D at friends' houses. One year, they got us a space-based PnP RPG - probably hoping we'd play it instead. Of course, what happened was that we still played D&D at friends' houses - and played the other game while the DM came up with new scenarios.
Can't remember what it was called, though. I remember it had cardboard markers to represent your characters and NPCs. I also remember you were supposed to start as a lowly cadet in some "star fleet", to gain experience and level up before you earned enough money to adventure on your own.
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