6. You can game every day for a week. Describe what you’d do!
I used to game five days a week on a regular basis. In the mid-1990s, when I had just arrived in the San Francisco Bay Area, and busy making new friends, I played AD&D, Hero/Champions, Vampire: The Masquerade, Werewolf: The Apocalypse, and pretty much anything my new friends would run for a one-off; and I ran Mage: The Ascension.
Later when I lived in Seattle, my husband and I would play as often as we could. I ran a superhero campaign using Silver Age Sentinels, which was replaced by Mutants & Masterminds 2e, which was finally replaced by Truth & Justice; I played 7th Sea, Legends of the Five Rings, Shadowrun, and whatever hippie game was the fare of the week at the local game club.
Games generally involved a pot-luck meal or a pre-game group meeting at a sushi joint. I learned that I didn’t want to share a game table with people I didn’t have fun hanging out with away from the game. I formed lasting friendships that still make me happy and sometimes keep me alive.
It’s hard nowadays to get a group together regularly; we’ve all got so many more commitments. I supplement my face-to-face games with some VoIP games via Skype or Google Hangouts.
If I had a week of daily gaming right now with all the games that are floating in my schedule, it would include playing Dungeon World: Land of Ten Thousand Gods, The One Ring, Castle Falkenstein, and Golden Sky Stories; and running Monster of the Week and The Warren. To round this, I’d have someone run Atlantis for me so I can finally try it.