I've been playing RPGs since 1982, beginning with the ubiquitous Dungeons & Dragons, first edition of course, and later moving on to AD&D. When I found out there were other games, other universes to explore, however, I never looked back.
I've been running RPGs since 1991, with Palladium, GURPS, Cyberpunk, Shadowrun, MechWarrior, Earthdawn, Torg: Role-Playing the Possibility Wars, Albedo Anthropomorphics, and a half-host of other games, as well. Just ask me and, if it's not D&D or White Wolf, I've likely played it.
Until about a year ago, now, mid-2015... I ran a Warhammer Fantasy Role-Play 2nd Edition game, but after twelve years the game flagged and my players and I have not returned to it since. I also ran Torg: Role-Playing the Possibility Wars for about nine months, before my players decided the game wasn't quite for them; now, when Torg: Eternity comes out, I intend to start a game of that. I was also running Shadow Games (my version of Millennium's End) for three years in Play-by-Forum, and I was going to attempt to rotate those every year or so, though that fell through pretty quickly. I tried, then, to run a game of The One Ring in Play-by-Forum, but that fell through quickly enough when the lead player -a more experienced role-player- decided to exit stage left and I found it difficult to run with only two players, being required to adjust my game so much as to make it implausible to play.
Now, I'm working to put together a The One Ring game, and I have a great premise for it, if I can only get the players for it. When the new Torg: Eternity comes out I really would love to start up a game of that. On figuring out this set of tools enough, I will try to put my Warhammer Fantasy quest "The Legend of Goe Orthrond" back together with many of the original players, and with some new ones. Shadow Games, being a modern techno-thriller genre RPG, is also one I would love to put back together; the campaign I have written for that game is one that would put Jack Ryan on notice, and I may have to write my first trilogy of novels based on that, alone.
My Sons and I live in Everett, Washington, and I have tried to find gaming groups here, in this supposed gamer mecca, but one group was chock full of murder hobo's, and the other didn't last long, though the group was pretty dog gone great, until the GM had to return to college and no longer has time to run that game of Shadowrun 5th Edition (I'm a 2nd Edition guy, but the GM was really good and the guys we were playing with were pretty cool, too).