The rich and powerful take what they want. You steal it back. I'm thinking about trying to run a RPG in the Test Labs. It'll be based off of the TV show 'Leverage.' Now, a lot of how this will go is still up in the air, but here's the few bits I know for sure: I highly recommend that if you want in, you either watch Leverage (I know it's on netflix insta-stream as well as quite a few other sites if you don't mind an eyepatch and a peg leg) or talk to me and I'll explain it to you. You don't have to watch it all, but at least a few eps would be good, just to get a feel for it. I will be using the Leverage RPG system put out by Margaret Weis productions. I can share the pdf of the rulebook with players once we get started (can't send, only share, hence the issue), but in theory you won't need it. I'll be explaining the basics, and I'll be keeping track of the more in-depth rules for everyone. That being said, this won't be a fully freeform game. There will be character sheets (they're simple, I swear), and some way to use dice. So I recommend that you be prepared to play something more akin to a traditional tabletop RP a la Dungeons and Dragons, either by having some experience with it or being ready to learn how. I'll try to refrain from too much tabletop slang, but it may slip out, and you're free to ask as many questions as you want to clarify. The good guys don't kill. That brings the law down way too much. Guns aren't recommended either, but there's some leeway in that. I need five players in total. No more, no less. I'll be the gamemaster. Now, that all being said, here's the basics of the game: You and the other players are part of a group of thieves, con artists, etc. There are 5 roles that need to be filled: Mastermind, Thief, Hitter, Grifter, and Hacker. You'll be picking one role to be your primary and one role to be your secondary. For example, if you were a Thief/Mastermind, you might be a cat burglar who specializes in never leaving a trace, but if you were a Thief/Hitter, you might specialize in the smash-and-grab. Your group is something like modern-day Robin Hoods, taking on the corporations and people too powerful to touch, going to bat for the little guy who's been wronged and who can't get help through legal channels. You bring corruption into the spotlight, make CEOs tumble for their misdeeds, and take ill-gotten gains and get them to the people that deserve them. At the moment, this is just checking interest. Post questions and comments here, and we'll start discussing it.