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Re: [louisvillegamers] Starting a dialogue...

From: Keith A.
Sent on: Friday, June 20, 2014 9:41 PM
DM Tomas;
Very nice to meet you (virtually of course!).
I am a GM/DM from way back in the day........
I started out in the 1980's playing D&D and have DM'd all of the versions.
I've played a number of other games over the years; Spy Craft, etcetera.
I am currently in the process of going to the GenCon up in Indianapolis with my good friend Matthew McCloud to work for Crafty Games at the Con hosting and GMing a number of games, Spy Craft AND Z CORP!
I would be very interested in playing the games you are talking about in your email above, and I suggest that you go ahead an email Matt also.  We meet at least once a month to play Traveler at a coffee shop by the U of L campus and Matt and I are also starting a brand new chapter of the Star Trek Fan Club in Jeffersonville, Indiana here in the next month or so.
We are also attending and working the FandomFest Convention in Louisville the first weekend of August this year.

Please respond so we can talk further about this great opportunity to get together and game!
Thank you for starting this discussion!

Keith Auspland

On Fri, Jun 20, 2014 at 4:08 PM, Thomas W. Thornberry <[address removed]> wrote:
Ic grete eow, Minras Freondas!  [I greet you, my friends!]

      My wife and I are looking forward to eventually meeting a few
like-minded gaming people in the Louisville area, especially those
willing to play in some combination of play-by-text using Googledocs
and perhaps some elements of (I'm still getting up to speed on
that latter one).  I've posted here before about a GURPS campaign set
in a 1980s version of the Matrix, and that seems to slowly be finding
a few players, though the campaign itself isn't quite ready to launch.
I'm quite grateful for their interest.  But we've not had a chance to
connect to Louisville social culture yet either, and would like to
know if there are any future prospective players in for AD&D 2E
(Ancient Rome), GURPS 3E and eventually, my wife will be DM for the
first time in Joseph Bloch's Adventures Dark & Deep RPG, with an eye
on a campaign set after the main events in Jacqueline Carey's
"Kushiel" series.

      At this point, I'm interested in hearing about your campaigns,
and am willing to share with you some of my own experiences.  Do any
of you out there keep a record of your adventures whether play-by-post
(PXP) or in some other way?  If so, send them to me, and I'll read
them in exchange for a bit of quid pro quo on our own adventures.
Ours are text-based and so are pretty well-preserved in story format.
Let's exchange DM insights, player accomplishments, and maybe someday,
we can rendezvous at a coffee shop and dovetail our efforts!

      DM Tomas

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