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    Actually, my friend is going back to college in a month, so he probably wouldn't join us this summer.
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    He's 19, I believe, and I'm 18. I'm not exactly sure what the best way to say that we are (insert adjective here) mature is, but yeah.

    Well I'm in Beverly, and he's a bit further away, but he does have a car and before he went to college drove into my area for school every day. For my transportation, as long as it's regular, my dad can drive me most places, he's retired.
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    I also want to add that I have a friend who would probably be willing to join a group, but who is going to school in another state, so he'd only be a summer guy.
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    I've been looking for a RL group for a while now. I DMed one for a few sessions, but some communication issues caused us to separate, and I wasn't really a good DM anyway (mostly my perception apparently) Anyway, I think my point here is to let you know that I'm still looking for a group and you look like a good person to play with. Hopefully you'd GM of course, unless you don't want to and we find someone else.

    I'm rambling, so I'm going to stop now.
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Los Angeles
United States
Willing to Travel:
15 miles
Availability (Days):
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Availability (Times):
Afternoons, Evenings
Desired Gaming Frequency:
Monthly - 2 games per month.
Gaming Preferences
Preferred Genres:
Fantasy, Horror, Modern
Favorite RPGs:
World of Darkness, Dungeons & Dragons and independent games
Preferred Playing Style:
75% Roleplaying / 25% Combat
Ideal Group Size:
Medium Groups (Between 4 and 6 players)
Online RPGs?:
What are you looking for?:
I prefer to game with mature and adult gamers. Not looking for Hack'n Slash groups or games that feel like a tabletop video game. If I'm a player, I'd like to know the GM knows what he/she is doing and has made some effort to craft a session for their players. If you're the GM, you call the shots. But PLEASE be respectful of players. When I am GMing/Storytelling, I run story/character driven games. Which means "interesting characters" over "characterz with kewl powerz". I am not Burger King, you can't always have it "your way".
Things NOT to bring to my gaming session:
1. Bad manners.
2. Personal issues with other players.
3. Bad attitudes (unless of course you’re intentionally roleplaying an asshole character).
4. Rules lawyering that require you interrupt everyone else’s fun so you can quote a rule in the book (only to be wrong about it).
5. An inability to contribute to the fun. If the NPC's are more interesting than you, why bother?



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