I'm looking for a few "honorable geeks" who might be interested in working on a little project of mine - Proteus.
I've been working on a tabletop RPG for the better part of a decade. It has evolved greatly in that time and much remains to be done. The system has many influences, but its present form most closely resembles that of Burning Wheel. I'm describing the game as cross-genre because it shares elements of post-apoalyptic, fantasy, sci-fi and cyberpunk genres. You can check out more information on the game world at www.base113.com; register and you can also read some of the rules in progress. Feel free to post questions about the game
Okay, not everything, just Proteus... And not brief...
For starters, in many ways I'm quite a geek. This should be obvious from the fact that I am writing an RPG. In junior high my friends and I played D&D once or twice, and a fair amount of Earthdown and Vampire: The Masquerade. I've learned alot about games since then, but one thing has not changed: I really enjoy making or modifying them.
I originally created Proteus in 2001, and it was primitive to say the least. All right, it was pathetic. The original concept for the game came from two movies - Escape from LA and Akira. Escape from LA was responsible for the post-apocalyptic styl