|Game EMail:||dmwcarol AT gmail DOT com|
|Male Players:||Min: 5 / Max: 5|
|Female Players:||Min: 5 / Max: 5|
|Neutral Players:||Min: 2 / Max: 14|
|Total Players:||Min: 12 / Max: 24|
I'm Gary, husband/chauffeur/slave to DMWCarol - I'm good at doing what I'm told and bumbling around in a generally helpful sort of way. I also chase Scoobies while dressed as a monster, well you gotta have a hobby.
I've been writing and running LARPs for longer than I remember, mostly the hitting things with latex weapons type, but I've dabbled
Firstly, I'm no good at these bio things - so if there's something you want to know about me just ask - the email's shown above and I don't bite unless you ask really nice and sign the consent forms.
In general terms, I can tell you that I have been writing and running LARPs and tabletop RPGs for over 15 years now and playing in them for even longer.
The writing began with a simple weekend long murder mystery for 25 people and it all went downhill from there. Now I write several games a year and play in as many as I can.
Usually I do most of the writing myself, but I have the luxury of access to various other deliciously twisted minds to bounce ideas off, and the owners of these minds even help run the games with me sometimes so I don't feel 100% to blame.
I'm a pagan of the Heathen flavour (or should that be chocolate flavour?) and have a bit of a thing for tentacles, I also feel that LARP is supposed to be fun. Whether that makes any difference to the games I run I'll leave you to decide.
Long time roleleplayer (since a friend bought the D&D Basic set in the 80s), and almost as long time LARPer (of the hitting things with rubber swords, shooting things with IR, variety), thanks to University.
My on-line nick came out of a longrunning game, and has nothing to do with my sense of humour.
Away from gaming (can you get away from gaming?) I'm a professional geek and amatuer sound tech, with a slowly-growing collection of tech-toys.
Gaming highlights include:
Apparently my mind is deliciously twisted.