Thursday, October 24, 2013

Your RPG Person Profile

Copy this and put it somewhere on your blog or some other static place that's easy for people to find. Like if some RPG person can find your name, they should be able to find this profile. It'll speed things up.

Like, I put a link to mine over in the margin there.

If you're on a forum, you can put a link to in your signature.

I'm going to copy mine and put it in the comments on this page, but if you do that also make sure you do it somewhere else, too, because there's no guarantee anybody will be looking for your profile here.

Erase anything that doesn't apply.

I'm currently running (at home):

Tabletop RPGs I'm currently playing (at home) include:

I'm currently running (online):

Tabletop RPGs I'm currently playing (online) include:

I would especially like to play/run:

...but would also try:

I live in:

2 or 3 well-known RPG products other people made that I like:

2 or 3 novels I like:

2 or 3 movies I like:

Best place to find me on-line:

I will read almost anything on tabletop RPGs if it's:

I really do not want to hear about: 

I think dead orc babies are ( circle one: funny / problematic / ....well, ok, it's complicated because....)

Game I'm in are like (link to something)

Free RPG Content I made for _______(name of game(s) here) is available here (link).

Free RPG Content I made for _______(name of game(s) here) is available here (link).

(copy the above lines as many times as you need to)

You can buy RPG stuff I made about _____ here (link)

You can buy RPG stuff I made about _____ here (link)

(copy the above lines as many times as you need to)

If you know anything about _____ it'd help me with a project I'm working on

I talk about RPGs on ____ (social media site and/or RPG forum name) under the name ______ 

I talk about RPGs on ____ (social media site and/or RPG forum name) under the name ______

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31 comments:

  1. I'm currently running (at home): D&D, Call of Cthulhu

    Tabletop RPGs I'm currently playing (at home) include:
    D&D (Labyrinth Lord)

    I'm currently running (online):
    D&D

    Tabletop RPGs I'm currently playing (online) include:
    D&D, Call of Cthulhu, a little Runequest/BRP

    I would especially like to play:
    Night's Black Agents

    ...but would also try:
    almost anything except the Mormon game

    I live in:
    Los Angeles

    2 or 3 well-known RPG products other people made that I like:
    Realms of Chaos: Lost and the Damned
    Realms of Chaos: Slaves to Darkness
    Death Frost Doom

    2 or 3 novels I like:
    Gravity's Rainbow
    The Information by Martin Amis
    Tales of the Dying Earth by Jack Vance (which I guess isn't a novel, but whatever)

    2 or 3 movies I like:
    Ran
    Blade Runner
    No Country For Old Men

    Best place to find me on-line:
    Here or under Zak Smith on Google +

    I will read almost anything on tabletop RPGs if it's:
    something that has an original idea in it, or if it has a cool random table I can use

    I really do not want to hear about:
    bland generalizations, bold claims you won't defend, half-baked ideas about what's problematic

    I think dead orc babies are ( circle one: funny / problematic / ....well, ok, it's complicated because....)

    Funny

    Game I'm in are like: http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/view/i-hit-it-with-my-axe/1872-Episode-18-200-lbs-Of-Meat-And-A-New-Fur-Coat (that's us)

    Free RPG Content I made for mostly D&D, but sometimes Call of Cthulhu, or any superhero or sci-fi games is available here:
    http://dndwithpornstars.blogspot.com/search/label/useful%20things
    (on this blog under the tag "useful things"--also tagged under the name of the game or "campaign")

    You can buy RPG stuff I made about running fantasy cities here:
    http://www.lotfp.com/store/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=75

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    1. You are aware that you are in fact playing (at least partly) a Mormon inspired game? Tracy Hickman is a prominent Mormon author and Dragonlance is a huge part of DnD. Just putting it out there.

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    2. You're only playing a "mormon-inspired game" if you play a game with elements from the Dragonlance novels or modules.

      Which I'm not.

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    3. Wow, I didn't know Dragonlance had a "background" like that.
      Exactly which elements have been taken from the mormon culture?

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    4. So, I did not know where else to put this. If this is in the wrong place, I apologize. I have recently purchased 'A Red and Pleasant Land' and 'Vorhiem', and they are some of the finest gaming books I have ever bought. Outside of the superb formatting, the content itself was well worth the price of each. Your creativity is frustrating, only because I wish I could attain the level of creativity you have reached. I'm unsure who 'The Drama Club' is; I profess ignorance when it comes to most internet groups. From your comments about them, they seem to take issue with your lifestyle. I consider myself a religious person, and I am consider myself conservative when it comes to sex. One should remind 'The Drama Club' that the world is too full of injustices to attack adults having sex with other consenting adults. I was a social worker for a number of years, and would be happy to give 'The Drama Club' a number or targets that deserve their ire. Though you don't need me to tell you so, keep living your life the way you are, your imagination alone makes the world a more colorful place to live in.

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    6. The deleted comment was just a copy of my first comment, for some reason it was posted twice.

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    7. Late reply in response to your question Fabio, Mormons believe that for much of the history of Christianity the true authority of God was lost by people reinterpreting the gospel. In the beginning of the Dragonlance story, the gods have withdrawn from Krynn. It takes a prophet, or prophetess (Goldmoon) to restore peoples connection to the gods. In addition Fizban is very much the Christian/Mormon God, he personally incarnates in physical form to guide the party, who can be thought of as his apostles.

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  2. Oh, also playing Wild Talents online....

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  4. Mine's over here:

    http://talesoftheramblingbumblers.wordpress.com/rpg-profile/

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  5. Done: http://digitalorc.blogspot.com

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  6. Got mine posted here: http://goingdungeoncrawling.blogspot.com/p/rpg-playerdm-profile.html

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  7. Hello there, bandwagon: http://violentmediarpg.blogspot.com/p/rpg-nerd-profile.html

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  8. This idea = good
    http://deathandaxes.blogspot.com/2013/10/my-rpg-person-profile_3495.html

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  9. Here's mine:
    http://deepdelving.wordpress.com/my-rpg-person-profile/

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  10. http://crossplanes.blogspot.com/2013/10/my-rpg-person-profile.html

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  11. And here is mine: http://2ndage.blogspot.com/2013/10/my-rpg-person-profile.html

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  12. Mine is here: http://mad-kyndalanth.blogspot.de/2013/10/rpg-person-profile.html

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  13. I did one: http://outremerdm.blogspot.com/2013/10/my-rpg-person-profile-thanks-zak.html

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  14. Cool idea! http://frothsof4e.blogspot.com/2013/10/your-rpg-person-profile.html

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  15. Here's mine: http://thechamberofmazarbuldnd.blogspot.com/2013/10/my-rpg-person-profile.html

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  16. Eh, what the hell.
    http://axesnorcs.blogspot.com/2013/10/this-is-idea-from-zak-s.html

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  17. This looks interesting.
    Here is mine:
    http://silverdivinityrpg.blogspot.com/p/my-rpg-person-profile.html

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  18. Mine is here:
    http://ynasmidgard.blogspot.com/p/rpg-profile_5.html

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  19. Shove over and gimme me a seat on this bandwagon:
    RPG Profile Thing

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  20. I'm a little late for the party, but I'm here! Cool stuff checking out folks profiles. Good idea!

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  21. Is this still a thing?

    http://stasisengine.blogspot.co.uk/2016/05/player-profile.html

    My blog is not yet a thing. But, soon.

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