Hmmm...well, it seems the whole requests thing bombed. Such is life. Instead, you get the following brain-dump.
I'm in the process of cleaning out my garage, particularly a large pile of boxes that I know are mostly filled with old magazines and papers and things I just need to send to recycling. The problem is, when they were packed (over a decade ago), a lot of non-paper junk got thrown in with them. So, I'm having to go through the boxes one by one and, in the process I'm occasionally tripping over a long-lost piece of my gaming history. For instance, a map of the Young Kingdoms that came out of some later edition of Stormbringer, or a set of play-test rules a friend wrote for a rules-light generic game back in the 80s (printed out on a dot matrix printer).
I even found what is doubtlessly my first attempt at producing a game map on a computer, from back in '92 or so. No, I'm not going to put it up here, it's pretty lousy and the years haven't been kind to the paper.
In other news, I'm still working on the PCs for my Justice League game. I've got two more write-ups to do, and these are harder than the others because I don't have a lot in the way of existing examples to work from. Of course, I've still got a bunch of villains to write up, but those will be a lot easier as I can use the "eyeball and shorthand" method of NPC creation. More worrisome is the second act of the story, which is still pretty weak, but I've got some time to work it out and I'm sure I'll come up with something.
After Owlcon, I want to start running a game at home again, though I'm not sure what. Lately, I've been on a Western kick, but I'm fairly sure that would attract no players. I'm good at running supers, but I'm not feeling especially driven to start another superhero campaign. One that I've always wanted to run is what I call "Gray Box C&C," using Castles & Crusades with the original Forgotten Realms box (and subsequent half dozen gazetteer modules). The original Gray Box is a big favorite of mine and probably deserves a post of its own someday.
Regardless of what I decide, it'll only go forward if I can recruit some players. After my Champions game died, my players didn't exactly scatter, but they found other things to do with their weekends, so I'll have to put out the word and see what happens.