I am considering DMing a campaign ( ideally bi-weekly) starting in October if I have the time. However, I would first like to gauge the interest and which of my ideas would be most popular.
My current ideas:
VtM Renaissance: A story set in the late Middle Ages/early Renaissance of Europe, dealing with the changes in the worlds of both mortals and vampires.
DnD Empire Divided: Setting heavily inspired by the Chinese classic " The Romance of the 3 Kingdoms" and the historical Sengoku Jidai. Heavy focus on politics, intrigues, and maneuvering between different factions.
Pike and Shoot ( currently DnD, but if another system is better to let me know): Set in a Fantasy world of on the technology level of about the 30-Years War. The story will deal with religion and war quite heavily. Heavy inspiration from the Powder Mage trilogy world-building wise.
About my style:
My writing style is usually rather dark and morally grey. The stories tend to center around real-world problems or philosophical questions. Realism is very important to me so my worlds usually include slavery, sexism and other usually for us modern human deplorable institutions/ schools of thought, usually tied into the story.
The way I set up my campaigns usually favors rping and NPC interaction over brute force.