Really, what I want to do is incorporate some of the things which I developed in sphogwarts--the Ordo Ravus, for instance, and develop them differently and in better detail than they were able to be developed in SPH. But I wonder, would that be fair to players who are completely ignorant of SPH and who would be expecting a canon HP game? I'm thinking it's possible that having fannishly-created things put into an HP game from the start might irritate and annoy people. Granted, everyone knows that RPG's are by their very nature alternate universes, but I'm sure it wouldn't be good to institute a lot of already-created, non-canon things into the game from the beginning.
I'll have to think about it. Frankly, I would love to have interesting fan-created things in the game, as we had the Hawkwood Foundation, the Ordo Ravus, and the Brethren of Hecate in SPH. I thought those enriched the game and helped define the SPH universe in greater dimensions. They made our AU unique and fascinating.
I guess what's really on my mind is that I hate seeing good and fun ideas fall by the wayside just because the RPG they were created in is no longer active. I still want to write about those things. I still want to develop Four Towers Bookstore, the Ordo, etc. I want to do more with my characters, though not in quite the same way I did in SPH; there would be changes.
I almost wonder if I should do an RPG at all, but just write something in my own setting, instead. But these things don't really fit together as well outside of the HP universe.
Geeze, I sound so blasted indecisive, don't I?