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"Is it grim enough for you?"
25 years old
||Reading, writing, roleplaying, live roleplaying, listening to music, walking.|
||Big Scooby Doo sized sandwiches, sunny days, Bar-B-cues, headonism|
||Jellied eels, rainy days, factories, treading on a plug in bare feet.|
||I am both a Player and GM|
||Between 6 to 10 years|
||I'm currently looking for a group to GM or play in.|
||Live Action Roleplaying; Play by Post (Message Board); Table Top/Paper & Pen|
Last Updated: February 22, 2007
More about John and some RP advice!
I live in the north of England with my partner Shonagh and four cats.
I'm most of the way through writing a fantasy adventure novel.
I regularly attend live roleplaying events in a system called Maelstrom run by Profound Decisions.
Every wednesday I run a game I wrote myself for my friends.
When I'm not roleplaying I enjoy listening to music and going for long walks in the countryside.
How vicus got into roleplaying:
I first started running adventure games for my friends when I was fourteen and then a year later I started doing live roleplay.
When I was seventeen I started writing my own tabletop game to run for my friends and I've been running it ever since. Now it is huge with hundreds of characters and tons of background material written by my friends and I.
Some helpful hints for new players getting into RPGs:
Try to picture the scene clearly. Sometimes it can be hard getting into the game if you cannot clearly imagine your character's surroundings. If you need to, ask the GM to describe the scene again.
Get to know your character. It can help getting into character if you think about what your character is motivated by, frightened by, excited by etc. The more depth you add to your character the better.
Just try to relax and enjoy yourself. This is the most important thing.
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