I went though a number of years where I wasn't able to get any table top RPGing in. Whether it was face to face or a virtual table top, my gaming was nonexistent.
From there I found myself some fairly regular gaming via Fantasy Grounds, which was cool while it lasted. I followed that up with a dry spell.
Virtually the same week I started playing in a weekly D&D game via G+ Hangout I also started attending weekly sessions of Games That Can Not Be Named. I went from no gaming to gaming twice a week, and an opportunity for a third session - my wife, who had encouraged me to get myself back into gaming, would have rightfully killed me if I had opted for the third.
I'm down to just the Saturday night game now, so when I was offered a spot in a Apocalypse World game this sunday night via G+ Hangout with some really great gamers (more on that after the game) I couldn't say no. I guess I'll see if it really does play better than the mess it is written as ;)
Mere hours afterwards, I got an invite to James Mal's Dwimmermount game for tonight via G+ Hangout. Hangout is outa control! heh. I had to pass until a later time with James, as gaming all three nights on the weekend would have gotten me some wife agro. I might be knew to this, but I'm a quick learner.
So, what's your weekly limit of gaming goodness?
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