Jason (jadasc) wrote in roleplayers,
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When you have an idea you can't shake, why not make a poll?

Poll #540479 Savoy: The Stomping

Over the past few months, I've had a couple ideas for plots taking place in Harlem in the 1920s and 1930s -- the period commonly known as the "Harlem Renaissance." What would you think of a game set there?

I'd play in a campaign or short series like that.
5(7.8%)
I'd play in a single session like that.
1(1.6%)
I'd play in a LARP like that.
1(1.6%)
I wouldn't play in a game like that.
0(0.0%)
I don't play roleplaying games.
0(0.0%)
I don't enjoy play in historical settings.
1(1.6%)
I don't enjoy play in modern (20th century or later) settings.
0(0.0%)
I don't enjoy play that involves real-world problems like race relations.
0(0.0%)
I'd play, but only if I could play someone of my own ethnicity or race.
0(0.0%)
I'd enjoy playing someone of a different ethnicity or race.
0(0.0%)
I prefer games with some element of "supernatural" or "paranormal" activity.
2(3.1%)
I prefer games that take place in a simulacrum of the "real world."
0(0.0%)
I have another strong opinion on the idea that deserves a comment.
0(0.0%)

If I ran with this as something other than a LARP, what system would you like me to use?

d20 Modern
14(25.0%)
Storytelling (the new World of Darkness core book)
21(37.5%)
Call of Cthulhu d20
8(14.3%)
Adventure!
6(10.7%)
HERO (Fifth edition, probably.)
4(7.1%)
Mutants and Masterminds (Noir/Nocturnals mods)
3(5.4%)
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