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Justin T.

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Hong Kong

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July 10, 2012

What kind of gamer are you? Wanderer, Storyteller, Munchkin, etc.

I've played lots of different roles over the years, and try to come up with innovative ideas for my characters, which sets up a lot of the fun in gaming for me. I like being creative with my characters' backgrounds and seeing how they act in different situations, and developing the story as a group. I like there to be a balance between role-playing, combat, problem-solving and mischief in my games. In general I try to stay away from power gaming, although every once in a while can find that fun, too.

With what system would you most like to play?

My recent favorites have been Pathfinder and Warhammer RPG, but I have played and am open to most games. Home-brewed systems can be lots of fun, and I've enjoyed Star Wars, D&D [masked], I'm not interested in 4.0), Shadowrun and lots of others over the years.

In what setting would you most like to play?

I prefer medieval fantasy settings, but actually have found that the low-fantasy settings have a special place in my heart and in my gaming library. I like combat to be deadly, magic to be rare and powerful (and often come with a price) and role-playing to be encouraged. As rewarding as it can be to play a character you've advanced and been able to develop from level one, I find that a lot of the most fun adventures happen at lower levels, when danger is more ever-present.


I've played RPGs for over 20 years and have been pleasantly surprised by the community out here in Hong Kong. Dark Sun, Pathfinder, Warhammer and now D&D 5e... the setting and the rules don't matter to me as much as the fun we all have together.

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