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Here is part 2 of my list. Hope you enjoy!
9 What superhero RPG have you enjoyed most? Why?
Mutants and Masterminds is one of my favorites. I also enjoyed Villains and Vigilantes and Superbabes.
I just liked the way M&M worked to be honest.
Back in the day we used to take our D&D characters and drop them right into V&V. It was the 80s things like that were allowed.
10 What science fiction RPG have you enjoyed most? Give details.
Doctor Who Adventures in Time and Space is my current favorite sci-fi game. I like it's flexibility and it's openness. Plus being a big fan of Doctor Who doesn't hurt. But in all seriousness it is just a really fun game and really forces you to think about how to do things other than fighting all the time.
11 What post-apocalyptic RPG have you enjoyed most? Why?
Gamma World or Armageddon. I am not a huge fan of post-apoc games to be honest, but I have had fun with them in the past. Gamma World is gonzo fun and Armageddon is a nice addition to the WitchCraft line.
12 What humorous RPG have you enjoyed most? Give details.
Army of Darkness. I think counts. It has a solid humor element. Same with Ghostbusters. Witch Girls Adventures also has a humor to it that I like. I like to inject all my games with a bit of humor. Temper the darkness a bit.
13 What horror RPG have you enjoyed most? Why?
Too many to count really. Chill, Call of Cthulhu, GURPS, WitchCraft, Buffy, Army of Darkness, Vampire, Mage, Ghosts of Albion, Kult, Monsterhearts, Wraith and lots more. I love horror games. I even run my D&D games as horror games.
14 What historical or cultural RPG have you enjoyed most? Give details.
Not sure what this one is asking. I like anything Victorian. But outside of that Mage the Sorcerers' Crusade for playing in the Renaissance. For a purely historical RPG, Victoria is one of my favorites.
15 What pseudo or alternate history RPG have you enjoyed most? Why?
Castle Falkenstein is one of my favorite alt-history games. Victoriana is another good one. And Space: 1899. Anything in the Victorian period really.