Do CRPGs count? Since I’m sitting at work as this is published, almost any tabletop RPG would do, but it all likelihood, if I wasn’t at work, I’d be playing Elder Scrolls Online. I have five characters there, though I tend to concentrate on one at a time.
Grizzled Adam is a play on Grizzly Adams, ’cause Wardens get a bear companion. Grizzled Adam also has a bear mount and a bear cub pet. I’m no longer enthused about playing him because he’s really a joke character and I tend to lose interest in them after a while.
Some of them don’t have titles because ESO Database hasn’t been updated to accept titles (or locations) from the Morrowind expansion yet.
“But CRPGs aren’t REAL RPGs! Don’t cop out!” — You might say.
*Exasperated Gasp* “Fine.” — My response.
If I could play ANY tabletop RPG right now instead of being at work, I think I’d like to play Rifts® for Savage Worlds. Rifts was one of those RPGs I always heard about growing up, but never actually saw in the wild, as it were. When it was submitted for an ENnie Award this year, I had a chance to look through the books and I really like what I saw. I’m fairly certain the Palladium version’s rules would not be to my liking, but I already know and like Savage Worlds and this looks right up my alley. Who doesn’t want to play a Dragon Glitter Boy?