I should have seen this coming really. Gone are the days where I have the time for daily posts on here so for Days Four to Nine I'm going to do them all in 1 post.
Four - Most Surprising Game
Probably All Flesh Must Be Eaten. For a game that's pitched at fans of all things Zombie it actually works in a variety of different ways. By that I mean it handles the full range of aspects of the Zombie genre, all the way from comedy through to full on horror. Mechanically and fluff wise it has a lot of potential. Just a shame it doesn't get to the table anymore...
Five - Most Recent RPG Purchase
Rise of Tiamat for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition. Even though it's highly unlikely that I'll get to run it any time soon I wanted to have the complete storyline should I ever get round to running it on a regular basis.
Six - Most Recent RPG Played
Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition. Just started to run the scenarios from first Adventurers League season. I meant to do it when they came out but hey never had the time.
Seven - Favourite Free RPG
Risus by S. John Ross. Fully flexible system that encourages impromptu play of RPGs.
Eight - Favourite Appearance Of RPGs In Media
Ermmm need to pass on this one as I actually can't think of any that really stood out as being good. There have been plenty of references and such like but none that made me go "Well done" in relation to how it's been portrayed.
Nine - Favourite Media You Wish Was An RPG
So you mean licensed product? I actually have no need or desire to see any media as a RPG as any desire to play in a set license I can do with any number of systems. Never been a big fan of licensed RPGs other than the obvious Star Wars ones...