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Tina

Organizer

Location:

Camarillo, CA
Hometown: Camarillo

Organizer since:

October 15, 2013

What are you hoping to find here? New friends? New players? To join a new group? To learn how to play? Meet others who still use their imagination?

I hope to help players meet, so we keep the great game of D&D alive. And I'm sure there's a lot of old-timers out there, hoping to find 1st ed players as well as others who want to learn to play D&D.

Favorite sci-fi/fantasy movie/TV show/book? Favorite sci'fi/fantasy character?

Too many to decide. ST, ST:NG, Firefly, Farscape, Wizards & Warriors (someone put that on DVD!!!!), 5th Element, Princess Bride, Galaxy Quest. Books: Ray Bradbury, Connie Willis, Rod Serling. And I love Knights of the Dinner Table and Harry Potter!

Do you DM? If so, do you write your own adventures or use modules? Do you follow the rules as written, or do you "go with the flow"?

I don't DM and don't play very often, either. I live vicariously through hubby, who gets cranky if he goes two weeks without a game.

Do you have a favorite setting for adventures (pirates, dungeons, space ships, chicken coops, haunted houses)? How long have you been playing? What edition do you prefer? Do you prefer hack 'n slash? Intricate stories? Riddles? Mysteries? Quests?

I love archaeological settings. Especially if we have to figure out riddles and secret codes. Ancient mysteries are always fun to solve. In fights, I generally hide and have panic attacks.

Weirdest character name you've run across (or used)? Weirdest choice for a familiar?

Way back when, I played with a person who had a wombat as a familiar. Not very useful, really. More like lap rug and conversation starter. It slept a lot.

Introduction

I am married to a man who's played since the 80's. I'm more of an enabler than a player. We're hoping to find good-natured, good-humored, creative and dependable players. House rules based mostly on 1st, 2nd ed with a smidge of 3rd. Gygax would smile

What Tina is saying about this Meetup Group

I hope we have more frequent meetings and others will step up and run short games in their favorite systems.


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