Floozy, that was amazingly helpful. While I've definitely enjoyed your written up reports - they are well done - it helps sometimes, at least for a learner like myself, to be walked through a game with a little more hand holding. Coincidentally, over the long weekend I've been doing some Working Grave gaming myself and have been surprised at how smoothly things have gone. Like you, I have greatly enjoyed how a story begins forming in my head along with the usual "pew-pew!", "Drop it, Punk!" and "Eat lead, Copper!" noises that usually fill the thoughts during games. Officer Moon had a pretty good first night out, it seems to me!
I must admit I'm not much for adding political commentary within or after reports, as you seem to do sometimes. It shatters some of the delightful escapism of our hobby, at least for me; I see more than enough of that stuff in daily life and in the papers. But then, it's your sandbox and you can do what you like. Obviously. I shall keep reading all the same.
By the way, have you looked at Crinklechips's reports on his Judge Dredd gaming? Loved those, too! Thank you for taking the time to write this up - I hope we can see more of Officer Moon, and your excellent collection of figures, in the future!
Customizing the Who Are They, Who Are They - Races & Profession tables to fit your game setting almost always leads to a better game experience. And it really doesn't take long to do.
Very true. I do the same with Nuts! Over the years I've customized the PEF tables/Who they Are Tables and others to what I have and the way I want the game to play. It's good to tweak the rules to your liking.