Scott Hardie | November 15, 2001
Okay, maybe they're not really worth an exclamation point. But I like 'em. Details in full text.

The first new web site is for my Matrix-based RPG. I started running this with friends on weekends over the summer. It's part of a rotation: Bill runs Gothic Earth, then Jon runs BESM, then I run my Matrix game. I made up the rules myself. The site includes the complete rules, details on all characters, a guide to past adventures, and more. It's designed as a supplement to the game, but some people might find it interesting. I don't mind other people running games based on the rules, but I'd like to be notified when and if this happens. As of right now, the site is still undergoing a bit of construction, but hopefully I can finish it over Thanksgiving break.

The other new web site is run through Yahoo Groups. I've been talked into running a Star Trek sim through email, and the web site is the information hub for the game. While the Matrix game is just for friends who happen to live in the area (I will take players if they can travel to Macomb every three weeks), the Star Trek game is open to anyone who wants to play. It requires some ongoing participation, but only the top positions require that you play very often. If you're interested, join the list. The game will start on time if we can get eight players by November 26th.

Both of these sites are linked in the yellow sidebar to the right.


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