Hey. This certainly sounds interesting and I'd be interested in giving it a try. How long have I been playing RPGs? -I mean, I've only played TTRPGs for about 4 years now, entirely D&D 5e, but I've played all manner of RPG video games. It's not often that I get to dip into the sci-fi side of things and would love to give it a try. My Playstyle? -My playstyle varies wildly depending on the mood/situation. I try to make the absolute most of the abilities I have on hand and usually keep things by the book until things look desperate and need to be pushed beyond it. My acting is atrocious and my curiosity is usually kept to myself until I can see a moment to jump at it and dig up the reason. Min-maxing is only a crime if your character is boring. Things I'd like to see in a good RPG -I like character development and the opportunity to really stick it to a deserving bad guy. I love homebrew and I love a willingness to tweak systems that are already in place because sure it might not be broken, but everything could use a little fix, until it does break in which case...well we can always patch that back together eventually. Things I'd likely see in a bad RPG -Lack of explanation. A small, flimsy description/explanation for something is miles better than no explanation. Lack of cooperation between players (in a 'I refuse to play along with your bit' kind of way. Character conflict can be amazingly well done but the players need to cooperate and work off each other to really make it good). Honestly? Sudden Instant Death. Characters dying happens and sometimes its unavoidable, but if its unavoidable because it literally comes out of nowhere, no warning that was obvious or at the very least implied (of course jumping off a cliff can be deadly, it's a cliff), and there's absolutely zero percent chance to stop it usually doesn't sit well with me. For me this mostly applies to the player characters, NPCs are open season really. The answer to everything? -There are many answers but none are satisfactory enough for me to accept as the true answer to life, universe, and everything. I don't ponder that query often because if it's an answer I'm meant to know, it'll find its way home.