You read roleplaying rulebooks and sourcebooks from cover to cover. You read tie-in fiction. You read fantasy, horror, science fiction, history, true crime and conspiracy theories to give you fodder for your campaign. You are a roleplayer, not an electronic gamer or a card flipper. Roleplayer, participant in a creative artform involving many, many books.

So, what's your favorite system and setting?

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Props!4 ulæste / 4MarkAlexander, januar 2012
Gamers in Switzerland3 ulæste / 3fvenez, juni 2011
Continuum 20121 ulæst / 1MarkAlexander, maj 2011
Second Age Glorantha (Runequest 2)5 ulæste / 5erikschmidt, maj 2011
When do you game?13 ulæste / 13drwho, januar 2011
Dragonmeet1 ulæst / 1MarkAlexander, november 2010
Pendragon (1st Edition) (Chaosium)1 ulæst / 1cosmicdolphin, juli 2010
Classic Traveller Scenario Recommendations8 ulæste / 8bibliorex, marts 2010
EABA1 ulæst / 1prosfilaes, marts 2010
D&D 4th Edition3 ulæste / 3SentryLerb, januar 2010
Your favorite character6 ulæste / 6drwho, december 2009
Reviews20 ulæste / 20StormRaven, juni 2009
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A new year, and more games to be played...1 ulæst / 1SentryLerb, januar 2009
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