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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!
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.