Lacking Natural Simplicity

Random musings on books, code, and tabletop games.

I've got a problem...

I've got a problem — I like RPGs just as an area of study and as artifacts, even if I never get to play a particular RPG. When I was younger I'd buy new systems just to compare them, even if I never expected to play them. Even now I sometimes buy multiple editions of a game to compare them, often delving back to through the earlier editions of game to see how things have changed and what's been lost along the way, [1] although usually only if I'm actually planning on playing one or more editions of the game.

As a consequence of this, I've got more RPGs than I'll ever get a chance to play, and I'm still interested in buying new ones.

I have resolved to play more of the games that I already have, though, and I've got specific plans for several of them.

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