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>What is the longest running campaign you've ever played in. How big was the group, how often did you meet?
Three years, three core players, three who weren't always there, done two of those, as a DM then as a PC.
>What is your most played Tabletop RPG
Something we called AD&D 2 but I didn't actually know the rules and just winged everything, as I was 12 and nobody else had an RPG book.
>What is your favorite Tabletop RPG and Why?
Depends. I love Lamentations of the Flame Princess. I love Into the Odd. I love Apocalypse World. I love World of Dungeons. And I fucking love Cyberpunk without tying a specific broken system to it. Not necessarily in that order.
>When was the last time you gamed?
>Are you a DM/GM or have you only been a player
I mainly run games as referee, but I also like being a PC.
>What is your longest running Player Character? Did they die or retire or do they still live?
A Black Mage who died four times, the last time killing himself over a vision of his dead apprentice while his best friend betrayed him (before he betrayed said bff, so it was cool and expected). It may not sound like it, but it was the only really "dark" tone in the whole campaign, which was in a very light-hearted and comedy setting. The whole dark magic was to be played for laughs.
>Finally, who many different Tabletop RPGs have you played?
AD&D 2, Earthdawn, INS/MV, COPS, Polaris, Beloved, HQRPG, Cyberpunk 2020, Cyberpunk 2013, Cyberpunk 3.0, Shadowrun 2e, Shadowrun 1e, World of Dungeons, World of Shadows, Apocalypse World, Dungeon World, Pathfinder, D&D 5e, LotFP, B/X, OD&D (74), Z-Corps, about four different homebrews, Call of Cthulhu, Cthulhu Dark, FATE, Warhammer FRP 2E, Stars Without Number, something we called "RPG Exquis" during pizza breaks, Vampire the Masquerade, Mage the Ascension, Cadwallon, The Dark Eye/Naheulbeuk, not in that order.
So that's about 33 different games in 7 years of gaming.