August 7th) What was your most impactful RPG session?
Hmm, this is a tough question. I think I'd have to go way back to an early game I ran for friends in middle school (or maybe high school). It was a cross country "cannon ball run" type game with the PCs as spies trying to protect a shipment of top secret microchips for the government. It was one of the first times I can remember running a game in a very improvisational style and really having fun as a GM. It also contained one of my most favored instances of a critical failure, but I think I'll save that story for another day.