Hey there!

I just noticed that this section was blank and made my profile look rather sad. That being said, here's a bunch of stuff about me!

The Backstory:

Unlike many people I've met, I was not led to the Holy d20 by an evangelist of the hobby. I discovered roleplaying all on my lonesome in a most peculiar way. As a young person, I was very into Star Wars and was browsing the quintessential 'Star Wars' bookshelf in Barnes and Noble when a lengthy tome caught my young twinkling eye. 

Star Wars d20 Revised Core Rulebook by Wizards of the Coast.

I pulled it from the shelf, plopped down on the floor, and read as much as I could before my Dad pulled me out of the store. Immediately, I was enraptured by the concept which sounded like the perfect way to live out the many Star Wars adventures I had playing in my head.

My chance to begin in this hobby didn't come until years later when I was able to snag myself a copy and convinced a few of my friends to try it with me. I taught them the game, and the rest is, as they say, history.

Random Facts About Me!

-I've GM'ed seven games to absolute completion.

-I've GM'ed at least a baker's dozen other games that were not completed.

-My favorite group size is three. Two players and a GM.

-Through my personal RPG evangelism, I have brought at least ten people into the hobby who have remained with it.

-I have a terrible case of Perma-GM syndrome.

-When I do get to play, I typically play female characters.

-My GM style is primarily based around story, character interactions, and drama as opposed to combat (though there is still plenty of that regardless).

-I've run more Star Wars games than I care to recall.

-My favorite systems are Storyteller and Cortex+ (Yay die pools!)

-I sincerely wish I was a better player.

-I wrote a play about roleplaying in college that I'm super proud of.

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An Invictus Request for Trial: Lord Max Shriek, Reeve

  • Vampire the Requiem: Lost and Found
  • Sat, Nov 05, 2016
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  • A Request for a Judicial Hearing To the Office of the Right Honorable Alder, Piotr Prevost Marquis of the Triangle and Judex Infraction in Question: High Severity Breach of First Tradition Affected Districts: Warehouse District: Madam Margaret Steele, Baroness; Fayetteville Street: Edwin Talbot, Baron; Cameron Park: Johnathan Winters, Baron. Prime...

    Changeling Views: Mr. Brightside

  • Vampire the Requiem: Lost and Found
  • Sat, Sep 24, 2016
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  • “Don't eat the food.” That was one of the main lessons fairy tales tried to teach all of us when we were mortal. While so many thought that the purpose of stories like that was to educate about human morals or to entertain children, the real purpose was just so...

    A Glimpse of Humanity: Peter the Janitor

  • Vampire the Requiem: Lost and Found
  • Thu, Mar 03, 2016
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  • The beacon of the computer monitor poured over the room and caught the creased lines on Peter’s face. Most of them were washed away, contoured by shadow at the edges. His eyes kept their distinguishing marks, little tendrils of blood streaking through the blank space to grasp at the heavy...

    Oh No! - Part 1 (Journal for Callista Summers - Session 1)

  • Callista Summers, the Queen
  • Tue, Oct 06, 2015
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  • "Don't do love, don't do friends I'm only after success. Don't need a relationship. I'll never soften my grip." -Marina and the Diamonds I'm on the verge of being amazing. "Aren't you already amazing, Callista?" I hear you ask (and, of course, you would ask a stupid question like that),...

    And All The Devils are Here - Session 2

  • Red, the Maestro D'
  • Sat, Jul 04, 2015
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  • There was a holy man in World's Theater that not only accepted the blessed philosophies of The Will, but also incorporated every other belief he could discover into his own faith. He had wandered in for a short time before continuing his pilgrimage, and I remember most fondly the leathery...