Things you'd love to do but know you will never have time (for now)...


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Silver Crusade

There is always something you would love to do, but the demands of life (family, friends, employment etc) always get in the way! What would you love to do, if you were able too?

Personally, I would love to travel some more, especially to France and Spain. May be take a boat around the Mediterranean. Also spending more time on my guitar would be nice.


I'd love to DM all these 1st and 2nd edition modules I have.


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Finish writing my book and get it published...for starters.


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Start an RPG publishing company.
Do a biochemistry/genetics degree.
Finally get around to a PhD.
Learn how computers work.

RPG Superstar 2010 Top 32

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Roleplaying.


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Get laid.


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Play through my entire Neverwinter Nights and Baulder's Gate collections. *sigh :_(


Cook brilliant food.


Go on a paleontological dig and discover a new species of anything, and name it after my son.


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Develop a new RPG and get it published.
Finish painting all of my Warhammer 40K Figs.
Get all of the achievements on all of my Xbox games.
Finish all of the Final Fantasy Games.
Learn a foreign language.
Get a PhD.

Now I'm sad.


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Build my campaign setting.


Get my ass to Maaaaaahhrs.

The Exchange

Employ a bunch of pro RPG designers to build my game setting.


I want to thru-hike the AT. The only thing holding me back is my dog. I love him dearly and I don't want to foist him on someone else for 6 months. I think he's too old and wouldn't do well if I took him with.

I also love sailing, but am too poor to own a boat. I need to take some courses, get some time under my belt and then find people who need crew to go places. There are people who do things like cross the Atlantic, but need help and will take you with if you pay for your own food.

Liberty's Edge

I need to take some time from this busy life to organise my grass collection.


If we're sticking with stuff that might actually be workable in real life, given enough time, I would have to say:

1. Spend time at every US National Park, maybe get a look at what this place looked like before all us people screwed it up.

2. Go to London and dig though some of the awesome second-hand book shops that I've heard are there (does 42 Charing Cross Road actually exist?).

3. Read the million-and-one strong backlog of books that I have to read (and getting longer every day).


1. DM at gaming conventions.

...Really, regularly going to gaming conventions would be a step in the right direction.

2. Get informed and politically active.


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o Build a spaceship and travel the galaxy
o Discover intelligent life elsewhere
o Meet them
o Enslave them
o Win the game.

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I'd drink more Berent's Cocoa...


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Run a 1-20 homebrew campaign.

Learn woodworking/cabinetry.


Build my own browser-based VTT with all the features I've been hacking in or faking in MapTool, plus a few more.

Liberty's Edge

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Read everything.


J. Christopher Harris wrote:
I'd drink more Berent's Cocoa...

I've never been inside an opera house, either.


Develop a green friendly, infinitely renewable energy source and then GIVE it to the world for free.

Translate the Temple of Elemental Evil totally into a PF format and then take the time to run the WHOLE thing.

Meet my intellectual, emotional counterpart and then marry them to live happily ever after. (Or something like that)

Biuld the perfect RPG that no one could ever find fault with or complain about game balance. After I did this I would then walk on water and raise the dead.

Liberty's Edge

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Defeat entropy. (If I only had the time I could definitely do it.)

Code Sburb.

Silver Crusade

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Find a job I actually like.

Become a good artist.

Publish an adventure.

Shadow Lodge

Gark the Goblin wrote:
Code Sburb.

NO YOU FOOL WHAT DID YOU DOOOOOO


Find a job/career I actually like.

(sigh)

Ultradan

Liberty's Edge

Become immortal.

Speed up my brain.

Make music.


Gark the Goblin wrote:
Read everything.

You know, I actually got seriously depressed for a couple of days in college when I had an epiphany and realized that this was impossible. So yeah, I'd add this to my list too.

Liberty's Edge

Orthos wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
Code Sburb.
NO YOU FOOL WHAT DID YOU DOOOOOO

Also get rid of those annoying voices of doubt in my head?

Achieve enlightenment.

Learn about sports.


Grand Magus wrote:

o Build a spaceship and travel the galaxy

o Discover intelligent life elsewhere
o Meet them
o Enslave them
o Win the game.

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this made me giggle.

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Become world empress. Have a two-hundred meter tall statue of solid gold depicting me, one in every capital of the world. Start a new religion devoted to me.

Actually, I AM working on this... But progress has been a bit slow lately.


Buy and run my own bar. Rather simple compared to other posts :)


Get Joss Whedon to continue Firefly.


-Learn to play the violin, trumpet and saxophone with great skill

-Learn not to be a walking fire-hazard in the kitchen


Ive got about 2 years before I get started on any of this...full time school + full time work = no free time lol

-Brew my own beer.

-Complete any of my ever increasing list of home improvements.

-Play through my steam library...I love steam sales and as a result I have a serious backlog lol.

-Learn a new language...most likly Tagalog (philipino).

-Travel to the UK.

-Write/publish a novel.

-Write/publish a PFRPG module.

Sovereign Court

Visit all 50 states for at least 2 weeks each. Visit Europe on a year long trip


Stand inside Newgrange, again.

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