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Posted By: Dan EisonI once directed a production ofMacbethset in the old west (my favorite part may have been designing low-budget blood-sprayers that could shoot corn syrup clear across the theater).
Posted By: vulpinoidI released my second roleplaying game "The 8th Sea".
Hiya. I'm Steve Lawson. I'm a librarian at Colorado College in Colorado Springs. I'm 38 years old, married, and have sons ages 7 and 4. I have a blog called See Also... where I write mostly about libraries and librarianship. I'm also pretty active on FriendFeed.
When I was about 8 years old, I got the Dungeons and Dragons Basic Set for Christmas and started playing D&D and AD&D with my friends (along with Traveler and a few wargames). This is also around the time my elementary school friends nicknamed me "bevedog" (rhymes with Steve-frog), which has provided me ever since with a handle that is almost never taken when it is time to create a new online account. No one actually calls me bevedog anymore. Please.
At about the age of 12 I stopped playing RPGs and tended to think of them as an important part of my childhood, but something I didn't really do anymore.
Now, due to a combination of circumstances--including unearthing my old D&D stuff at my parents' house recently, my kids showing some interest, and meeting a lot of other librarians online who play RPGs--I'm interested again. I'm trying to play D&D 4e with my kids ("there is no crying in D&D!") and am hoping to start an online/email game of Mouse Guard with some more experienced gamer friends.
I found this site because my friend Josh Neff recommended it to me, saying it was a welcoming community. So far, I have found that to be true.
Posted By: amoebaI'm 32 years old and I study social sciences in Germany (yes, I'm old for a student).
Posted By: mjbauer- My favorite movie in sixth grade was Iron Eagle.