Still planning on skipping posting until the end of the month (trying to get my ducks in a row...with mixed success).
Anyway, I posted earlier about the various rpgs I ran in the shared game world, mostly fantasy. It occurred to me I ought to make a list of all of the other campaigns I've run outside of that. Here's what I remember (in something like reverse chronological order). Basically I'll count anything that I got several sessions with some continuity out of. I'm probably missing some.
Wayward: Changeling the Lost
Current campaign, using the Action Cards system.
Prometheus in Vegas: Scion
Short-run campaign lasting about a dozen sessions.
Exalted campaign, currently on hiatus
Mutants and Masterminds campaign set in post destruction New Orleans
Arkham Harbor: FWAP
Irregular Mutants and Masterminds campaign
Long-running multi-dimensional campaign using Rob's concepts
Eight session Mutants and Masterminds campaign
Year+ long campaign set after Gethenna
Several sessions of a 1950's detective game ala James Ellroy
Brief attempt to restart a Saviors street-level Champions campaign
City of Ocean
Homebrew weird modern campaign
Brief odd modern game with dimension hopping.
A troupe-style campaign set in eastern Europe.
WoD: Hub City
World of Darkness mash-up game which ended with the supernatural apocalypse.
Call of Cthulhu
Ran a few sessions of an attempted on-going CoC game (both modern and 1920's IIRC).
Saviors: the Next Gen
Fairly long-running Cyberpunk/Champions mash up game set in the Saviors campaign world.
Longish Champions campaign
A crash and burn attempt to do a Legion of Super Heroes-esque game.
Several sessions of trying to do Wild Cards with Champions
Long before L5R came out, I tried to do a magical samurai/Asian fantasy game.
A long-running Champions low-level game borrowing heavily from Watchmen and the like.
Champions Mash Up
Briefly run very strange over-the-top Champions game
The first GURPS game I tried to run-- just weird.
Ran this back in HS and middle school.
First game I really ran with Rob in it-- started the whole fantasy bandwagon for me.
Ran some on-going stuff in middle school.