L5R Rings of Fate Campaign
Birthday: once a year
Popped his Cherry: Summer 1996. There was a casual encounter back in about 1989 with a DnD kit, but I didn’t really go all the way until Summer 1992. I remember it well. A friend of mine had introduced me to a card game called Rage that featured werewolves battling one another for inter-pack supremacy. The game was neat, but far cooler was this Roleplaying Game that it was associated with: Werewolf: the Apocalypse. Next thing I knew I was behind the ears of a Get of Fenris Metis named Hellboy Kills the Wyrm (dude, I was 16, leave it alone). I never looked back.
GAMES PLAYED: (in no particular order)
Exalted, Werewolf the Apocalypse (and Wild West), Vampire the Masquerade (and Dark Ages), Changeling the Dreaming, Wraith the Oblivion, Hunter the Reckoning, Mage the Awakening, Aberrant, Trinity, Dungeons and Dragons, Street Fighter: the Roleplaying Game, Star Wars (d20), Legend of the Five Rings, Advanced Dungeons and Dragons, D&D 3.0-3.5, Big Eyes Small Mouth, Teenagers from Outer Space, Men in Black, Amber, Call of Cthulhu, d20 Modern… probably more that I can’t think of…
Defining Gaming Moments: (Open for other gamers to modify)
Werewolf the Apocalypse: having chased a fomorian hunter to his base in the Sears Tower, a window is blasted out and both the fomor and myself dive out the window, engaging in a high speed, falling chase towards the concrete. Death is only averted by a quick step-sideways into the umbra, where pattern webs are used to break my descent.
Street Fighter: captured by terrifying fiends, Strider finds himself chained to a wall and develops a love of frilly dresses and high pitched laughter.
(still in development)