Asset Recovery Games Results

iggy's picture
March 10, 2012 - 7:07pm
Lets all share our impressions and memories from TerlObar's Asset Recovery game.

TerlObar - GM (great job dude)

Ricky: Yazirian Engineer named Targ
Inigo Montoya: Dralasite Energy Weapons Specialist named B'Lahrb
iggy: Human Astrogater named Kevin Long
Akyra: Vrusk Engineer named Kinavka (one of iggy's kids)
Justin: Dralasite Star Pilot named Flung (one of iggy's kids)

The game was great and 99% role play which was a nice change from most games.  We lead a bloodless take over of the ship.  At least is was bloodless for the players, maybe the combat robots that we took over drew some of the mutinous ship's crew's blood.

TerlObar's picture
March 10, 2012 - 8:52pm
Targ was the character name.  The player's name is Ricky and I don't think he has an account here yet.  He was also an engineer.

Inigo's player was the Rocket Weapon specialist that would have manned the rocket battery in a KH encounter.

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Inigo Montoya's picture
Inigo Montoya
March 12, 2012 - 11:40am
Actually B'lahrb was a dralasite energy weapons specialist. The game was a blast. We had some great plans laid out and with a bit of luck, it went better than expected. For a moment there I got the impression that this was a SF version of "Oceans Eleven". Though I must say, it really sucked for B'Lahrb. He was out a bunch of credits boozing up assorted ships crews for info and I think the only die roll was to see if he was oozing out of his robotic sarcophagus.Foot in mouth

Iggy, I had a blast gaming with you and your kids. Terl, thanks a million for running the game. It was an amazing evening. I am ready to do this every weekend!

About 15 years ago I found some guys online and we had two conventions. I drove across two states for the first and 2 states for the second one. It was a great time and I got to meet some interesting characters; PC's too. I think that the virtual con was every bit as good as the real cons. The only difference was missing the chance to hang out and chat with the guys that I didn't know. But with the audio and video chat capabilities here, that shouldn't be a problem at all.

iggy's picture
March 12, 2012 - 6:42pm
TerlObar ans Inigo Montoya, thanks for the corrections on the PCs.  I really enjoyed the game.  We really came up with a great plan.  I never thought that work experience would help in a role playing game so much.  I really enjoyed locking up two drals inside gutted Star Play robots.