Andrew Carl

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    Not to much to say about myself I don't think. I started playing RPGs in highschool when a friend hosted a session on his birthday party. Though my elf-rogue was quickly replaced with greater and more complex characters over the years, RPGs has since remained a staple in my life and probably been the only thing that's kept me sane. In general I'd say my favorite part of RPGs are the creation mythos behind them and how it integrates itself into the game. Some of my favorite RPG systems are Traveller, Warhammer Fantasy, D&D 3.5 and 4e, and CthulhuTech. 

    In the meantime, I'm a full time student a UC Santa Cruz majoring in sociology with a focus in global information and social enterprise studies, play saxophone frequently with the UCSC wind ensemble, and attempt to maintain a level of social fluency with my friends -- all while eagerly anticipating the release of Starcraft II. 



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    First [but certainly not the last] session

  • Fri, Apr 02, 2010
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  • After some minor tweaks (and routing Ethernet cables to mitigate atrocious wireless speeds) the first session went more than well. Mike's advice on the need for a headset was definitely true, so hopefully once we all get the money we will invest in something a little less archaic than built-in laptop microphones....

    Everchanging, Unrelenting

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  • Sun, Mar 28, 2010
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  • The world is colder... chaos pervades everywhere. I feel it in the air I breathe and in the ground beneath my feet; it lays like a weight upon my chest and mind. Its cancerous miasma follows us south, corrupting the innocent and enfeebling the will of good. Chaos ravages the...