I'm pretty damn excited

The sorcery rules, after getting 5 minutes to skim them, are entirely perfect

There are no notes. This is the perfect sorcery system.

In a game with the perfect setting.
@HippyWizard Ooh, I've been looking forward to this. No idea how or when I'd ever play it, but it looks damn cool.
silverwizard friendica (via Twitter)
@flying_squirrel Well you know, you live in the same area as me and I have a copy of the book...
@HippyWizard It's true. Alas, we're not interacting with other potentially disease-carrying humans in meatspace. But I'm very interested otherwise.
silverwizard friendica (via Twitter)
@flying_squirrel Yeah, I'm currently the same (see sad tweet from yesterday), I understand why you are avoiding even outdoor visits and stuff - but you know - this might not last forever? Civilization will probably survive COVID
@HippyWizard We can hope. I've been jonesing for a regular game for a long time. What's another few years...?
silverwizard friendica (via Twitter)
@flying_squirrel Yeah, you know, only been a few years since I saw my dice :(
@HippyWizard @flying_squirrel (co-author here) For what it's worth, it plays well over Zoom?

@HippyWizard, I love that you love it. Thanks for totally making my day.
tony mastodon (AP)
The closest I ever got to playing a tabletop RPG was merely owning the Shadowrun 3rd Edition Rulebook. I loved the artwork and the setting, but I was in a very nerd-starved region as a kid.

I love game mechanics generally, and it's cool to hear about elegant rules like this. It's what drew me to the Baldur's Gate PC games as a kid. The magic system was so different from all the JRPGs I was used to.

I need to find a group that plays games like these.
Yeah! I am currently overbooked with games :( but I know that Roll20 does like "Meet a group" stuff, and is where people meet each other for games in person usually.

But I also understand both of those are hard...

I *love* Shadowrun so really respect it as a choice!