JackOfAllTirades
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Flyover Country
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I sell light bulbs.

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JackOfAllTirades

New Member, Male, 50, from Flyover Country

Old But Not "Old School" Nov 11, 2017

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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Aug 19, 1967 (Age: 50)
    Location:
    Flyover Country
    Occupation:
    I sell light bulbs.
    Favorite RPGs:
    Savage Worlds. D&D 5E. Ars Magica. Blue Planet.
    I'm just a gamer. Sometimes I play, sometimes I GM. When I'm behind the screen I like to write my own stuff. So far I've managed to create exactly one complete original SF setting; the Hero System version was published in 2011, my sole writing credit so far. The Savage Worlds edition is unfortunately in development purgatory, and likely to stay there for some time. Self-publishing ain't easy. Meanwhile, it's good material for a home-brewed game.

    When I'm not gaming I work on the house, hang out with my wife, and herd our six cats. Life is good, I should get one!

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    In ancient times, cartographers had no idea what lay beyond the edges of their quaint 2-d maps, and simply wrote "Here be monsters."
    In time, however, all the seas were charted, the maps lost that mysterious edge, and monsters faded into legend.
    Today, humanity travels the deeper, darker ocean of space, infinite in all directions. But like travelers of old, men still answer the call to brave those endless depths. They go forth seeking alien treasures, ancient secrets of the Universe, or simply to answer the timeless question: What's out there?
    Having entered that eternal abyss, mankind has once again seen monsters. And looking back from the farthest reaches of the cosmos, they have seen us as well.
    Professor Karel Serafin — The Rasalhague Memoirs