I've been playing role-playing games since the ninth grade of high school. That means I have over twenty years of gaming experience, most of it spent in at least one continuous campaign after another, and frequently multiple campaigns. I've had successes and failures, but I have made many of my best friends through gaming, and I want to give back when I can.
Currently I am playing in a 3.5 Dungeons & Dragons campaign run by my friend Greg, I am running a Vampire campaign (over a year now!) and I am creating my own multi-genre role playing game, Dicephile.
I have a long-suffering wife of nine years who lets me get my gaming in and who I love very much, and a son, four years old who reminds me every day to look for the adventures in life, no matter how small. They are my inspiration and my real life. Thanks for sharing the adventure with me!
To all the people I've ever slung dice with, I still have a piece of you with me. From way back in Stephenson, Stu, Tim, Greg, Brian and the others; the St. Lawrence crew with Vince, Joe, Toby, Louie, and the rest; my college gang of Vince (again), Matt, Mick, Bill, Mike, Mike B, Bob, Steve B, Dave, Joe, and a revolving cast of far too many to remember through all the ahem social drinks; the excellent groups I've had after college including Vince (notice a trend), Roger, Larry, Matt, Pat, Tom, Dan, Don, Clint, Brian, Ish, Brendan, Tim, and Greg; and last but not least, my Gorgeous Ladies of Gaming (yeah, I know GLOG isn't very glamorous, but it's what I have to work with) Melissa, Chrissy, Dawn, Kelly, Steph, Renee and Lisa, to all of you I say THANK YOU! You live on in my games long after you leave my table.