I've been GMing tabletop games for around 5 years now. I've played a bunchload of games from DnD to Fragged Empires, to LANCER, to Legacy Life from the Ruins.
If it's fun and good, I'm down to play it!
The options in the profile don't list nearly as much games as I'd like, so I'll list here what I am keen to play also!
Mutant Year Zero (and offshoots)
Tales from the Loop/Things from the Flood
Warhammer 40k (FFG)
Warhammer Fantasy 4e
Call of Cthulhu 7e / Delta Green / Pulp Cthulhu
Savage Worlds (and it's hundreds of settings!)
DnD 4e (first pref)
DnD 5e (second pref)
The End of the World
Legend of the Five Rings
Genesys (Star Wars Edge of the Empire etc)
Powered by the Apocalypse games Including Blades in the Dark, Legacy 2e, City of Mist
Shadow of the Demonlord
Star Trek Adventures
A Quiet Year
Patrol Vietnam/Trench Raiders
Depending on the system I run games with a comedic edge, and a semi-serious tone.
With more serious systems and settings I can play gritty and serious but my preferred style is definitely one where the group and I are comfortable enough to laugh and have a great time.
I'm very pro-party, being the groups fans rather than strict power-hungry adversary. I'm here to facilitate the player's story, not just to tell my own!
That being said, if the game calls for it, I do enjoy crafting a challenge that sees everyone involved and feeling like whatever character they're using has something to contribute and offer to the resolution of whatever conflict arises.
I also strive to foster a safe environment for all. I have a ZERO tolerence for bigotry, this includes but is not limited to racism, sexism, transphobia, homophobia, or any attack directed at another player's values.
That being said, as a kiwi my language is filled with fucks and shits, so be forewarned!
I'm a forever GM, but the rare times I've played I enjoy working with the group to fit in and make an interesting character that doesn't spanner up the entire party at every turn.
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