I can't do this. I'm already four days behind, and I'm going to spend the better part of two and a half weeks away this month, completely inaccessible to any device that would allow me to update my blog.
However, I'm going to do it anyway. If I straggle in over the finish line sometime in late September, that's OK. If I end up bundling a bunch of posts together and not necessarily saying a lot about my answers, that's OK too. After all, some of these questions don't really lend themselves to a lot of discussion; you just answer them and that's that. And some of them are the same (or at least very similar) to my 30 DAY CHALLENGE questions that I answered a while ago anyway.
Today's the 4th, but I'm going to get a little big ahead and answer the first six questions today.
1st: First RPG Played. Technically, I have to say brown box OD&D. However, I was a somewhat unwilling participant in that game, so I often don't count it and instead point to my 5th grade Moldvay BD&D excursions as my first real game.
2nd: First RPG Gamemastered. Wow, I don't actually remember. I didn't do a lot of GMing back in the day, so I'm going to say Top Secret S.I. in college was the first one that I did so for a reasonable length of time and actually knew what I was doing. I doubt it was truly the first I ever game-mastered, but any GMing excursions prior to that were one-offs that I simply don't remember any details of anymore.
3rd: First RPG Purchased. I'm notoriously cheap, and didn't actually buy a lot of the games that I played in the past. At one point in middle school, however, I was kind of interested in the TolkienQuest gamebooks, which had conversion notes to MERP. I think I have to call MERP my first game purchased. Curiously, I've never played it.
4th: Most recent RPG purchase. If downloads of freely available online source material counts, I probably have to go with some of that. If it doesn't--hmm... I haven't bought anything in the last several months. My last purchase was either a Pathfinder sourcebook or other, or my Moldvay digital purchase from DriveThruRPG. I don't remember for sure that chronology, but I think the latter is literally my last purchase. I bought the Basic set, the Expert set, B2 Keep on the Borderlands and X1 Isle of Dread.
5th: Most Old School RPG owned. I'm not really a fan of old school in general, but clearly the most old school game I own is the Moldvay game, which are not just old school, but actually old. Other than that, more modern games that have some old school vibe to them include Microlite 74, Labyrinth Lord (a retroclone of Moldvay) and Swords & Wizardry. I don't actually play much of them, though.
6th: Favorite RPG that you never get to play. Microlite, naturally. I love this game and have only ever run a few one-shots and never actually played it myself at all.