I'm looking to run a game of Eclipse Phase online in November (and maybe spreading into December). It will basically be a single adventure spread over 2-3 sessions.
Schedule I have not settled on a final schedule, so we have some flexibility for integrated interested players. I live in the U.S. Eastern time zone, which will be UTC-5 in November. (We're currently in daylight savings time, but that ends at the end of October.) I have one interested player in U.S. Central (UTC-6) and another in the same timezone as I.
Games will be on Friday or Saturday evening, starting at 2100 EST and lasting 2-4 hours. The schedule is subject to the vagaries of life. I have two kids, and they're not always great sleepers, so I may have to bug out of a session to deal with them. Or one could get sick and I'd need to cancel at the last minute. I say that because I want to be up front and hopefully open the door for anyone else who might be in the same boat.
About Me I've have been gaming since B/X D&D, and GMing most of that time. My preferred genres include sci-fi, horror, and conspiracy. In more recent years, I have GM'd Transhuman Space, Unknown Armies, and Shadowrun. I haven't finished reading the EP core book yet, but the setting is just so freaking awesome that I can't wait to start putting something together. My play style tends towards character-focused and roleplaying. I like setting up mysteries and conspiracies. I like characters that have their own goals and motivations. I'm more focused on story than action, although there is a time and a place for blowing shit up.
Miscellany I want to run the game using either Roll20 or Tabletop Forge (in a Google+ Hangout). I want to capture the feeling of being around a gaming table as much as possible. I'm open to doing something text-based, too. I have successfully run IRC and chat games. At the very least, I want to do something real-time (no play-by-post).
Reply or PM if you have questions or are interested. Thanks!