You know… same old tune… gamer for a long time, needs a creative outlet, thinks he’s cooler than he really is. In the same day, he’s been told that he’s a great GM and a bad one (so he probably falls somewhere in the middle). Just for clarification, that’s not him on the left; it’s the best character he’s ever created. You can read more about him here, if you like.
Brian Liberge is a father of one, living in Boston, MA. Introduced to AD&D at an early age, he’s continued to update with the editions, and regularly DM’s two concurrent 4E campaigns. He loves home-brewed ideas, is honest to a fault, and thought that the idea that converting 3.5 to 4e is impossible, is just plain silly. With a B.S. Degree in Theatre Arts, a job in Information Technology, and a love of strategy gaming, he tries to bring the best of each into his new creations for the D&D World.
So, hello everyone. My name is Charisma Keller (yes, Charisma is my real name), and I’m glad to be here. I’ve only been gaming for a couple of years, but I have lots of opinions. So, if I offend anyone – I’m sorry! Let’s see… I like to draw and paint, but I’m too shy to show it. Gran Tourismo is my favorite game (and I’m like, the best). I never lie (that’s just not me), and I would help anyone out of a jam. My personal blog is here.
I’m an avid gamer who enjoys RPGs, board and video games (I’m currently replaying the Dawn of War games due to an overabundance of Warhammer 40K and Fantasy exposure). When I’m not hopelessly wasting time with these games or my wage-slave job, I’m moonlighting as a know-it-all for my chummers at the ’Shack. Peace, and watch out for street sams, they’re everywhere (just like chupacabras).
I’ve been roleplaying for more than 25 years (just thinking that makes me feel old!). Over the years I’ve enjoyed dozens of different games - including board games, CCGs and (of course) RPG’s. I regularly run events at gaming conventions, and I’m a huge fan of the Warhammer setting.
I’m a business analyst/programmer who lives in the UK. Among other things, I’m a writer, photographer, 3d render addict, Linux advocate and role-player. In addition to my website, Greywulf’s Lair, I can be found on Twitter and Linkedin.
I’ve been gaming since 1980, when I crashed a D&D game at summer camp. Two weeks after that, I ran my first game. Since then, I’ve run everything from D&D to World of Darkness to Toon. I’m a web designer and freelance writer by trade, and I’ve written for Inphobia (White Wolf Magazine), Challenge, and Ars Magica’s supplement Medieval Tapestry. I also write two other blogs: Evil Machinations and On My Own Two Feet.
Dixon Trimline is a halfling that occasionally (and reluctantly) plays a 40-something human who likes to write, dream, and travel around inside the cobwebby darkness of his own mind. This human grew up with role playing games, but his first love and his first choice was always Dungeons & Dragons. He can also be found over at Critical Hits.
Jonathan is a design student at the University of California-Davis. He’s been a Starfleet Captain, a magician, an Admiral, a Jedi Master, a robot, and an inventor, all in the years 10-1 B.D. (Before Dice). Since then, he has experimented with several different RPG’s seeking one flexible enough to accommodate his multitude of ideas, finally settling on D&D 4th Edition and Mutants and Masterminds as his favorites. He can also be found at Powergaming for Dummies, where he often wrestles with explaining his love for a seemingly silly genre of gaming to the people he loves most.
Spiralbound began imagining worlds at a very early age. Once he discovered roleplaying, his fate was sealed. Now he had a pseudo-legitimate justification for all his worldbulding and compulsive research into every topic imaginable! When not toiling away at his real world profession, he can usually be found toiling away at his obsession of imagined worlds! During particularly wild and indulgent delusions of grandeur, Spiralbound hopes to one day be published with RPG and novel credits to his name.
Generally, my view is that no one can tell you how to have fun but you. However, and unfortunately for you, I have a soap box and you don’t, so we’ll be going with my word as law! Just kidding, please don’t throw those tomatoes! Anyhow, my name is Anthony, and you may know me from my other blog, Reality Refracted. I’m supposed to say something interesting about myself, but honestly, I’m fairly boring. I’ve been gaming for nearly twenty years at this point, and that doesn’t leave much time for a life. What I can tell you is that I have (or will soon have) a degree in sociology and am a student of game design, so if you’re interested in the “how that works” aspect of gaming, I think we’ll get along just fine! If not, well, maybe we can still teach each other a few things.