June 2, 2012
I like pretty much anything I'm not hard to entertain.
I started by dabbling in 2nd ed D&D, but mostly that was me being led by others mentally so I never really got it. 3rd ed was introduced to me by one of my best friends and from there I was actually taught the game. High school was where I played the most, as player or DM. I was the one out of my friends to buy and introduce 3.5 and 4th ed. The most common issue with gaming is keeping it going, the group falls apart, the DM wants a chance to play, many other possible reasons. I played VoTM a few times not enough to not still be a newb at it. Tephra is my current obsession, and my lady is gonna give a shot at "narrating" which means I get to play its what I prefer, I like taking myself to someone else's vision.
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Drove out of town with my best friend to hang out with her boyfriend and play d&d (the first I had heard of it). I was led verbally through a series of questions to determine what class I would play and I chose to play an elf and when asked her name unprepared for that I quickly searched the actual room for things with words. Aquafina bottle led to her being called Aqua.
wizards.com -of course crackedmonocle.com -for tephra
I've been a tabletop gamer for over 10 years now. I've played 2nd ed. thru 4th ed. D&D. And presently I'm learning Tephra.