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  1. Metempiric

    Metempiric New Member

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    Hi all,

    I'm not sure if this is the right place to post, and I'm sorry if it's not...

    I'm running a roleplaying game, based in Númenor in the Second Age and I wanted one more player to join us. The game is set just after Sauron is taken back to Númenor and the corruption of the Númenoreans.

    The game runs fortnightly on Monday evenings between 6:30 and 10:30pm in White City in West London. Currently, there are three of us (in our late 40s) - one GM and two players. But there is plenty of scope for a third player. It's a "thinking" game - we've been playing for a little while, but there's been one short bout of combat and one tournament bout.

    If anyone's interested in joining, please let me know. We've had a break just before and during the Christmas period and we're about to start back in.

    Thanks for your time,

    Anthony
     
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    Hi Anthony, I’m too far away to be able to join in, it I’m interested to know what ruleset you are using?
     

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    Hi Phil,

    That's a shame. I suppose Manchester is a bit far to go!

    I'm actually using the 4th edition of Chivalry and Sorcery (the Rebirth). It has a strong medieval feel to it, which I suppose could be slightly advanced for Númenor but seems right. It's quite crunchy, but we're all old players and we enjoy crunch! If you're interested, it's actually free on Drivethrurpg at the moment.
     
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