I’ve been playing DnD since 2009. My first two years of playing were only “Theoretical DnD,” meaning that everything was made up on the spot, lasted one session, and was usually all RPing with some dice rolling. Towards the end of 2010, I joined my first official DnD campaign, playing as a sorcerer. We played classic 3.5 SRD, although I joined a few missions into the campaign I was integrated pretty fast. That campaign was finished in July of 2011.
My second and current campaign is the first using Obsidian Portal, and the first that my merry band of players decided to play in Pathfinder: A New Eberron. I’m still frequently asking questions, considering my relative n00bness and now switching to the Pathfinder system, and I’m also the only one that decided to stick with established Pathfinder SRD (the rest of my friends choosing to create their own classes and even races). Even so, I can never pass up the opportunity to play, which usually only comes once a week. Recently, this campaign has stalled since its players have gone off to different colleges.
My third campaign is an online one that is located on Gaia Online. This is also Pathfinder SRD, but takes place in the Dragonstar setting. I have two characters: one a magus that hasn’t really come together, and a monk.
As a player, I typically chose magic classes (sorcerer and bard in my two campaigns), but somehow wind underpowered in comparison to my friends even in epic levels. As a result of choosing already established classes, my turns in combat are usually quick. In terms of RP’ing, I’m always ready to take a half hour to have a conversation, and (not to toot my own- aw hell, I’ll toot it) I’ve been told that my RP’ing isn’t half bad.