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    I just wanted to wish you a HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!! may your year to come be a fruitful one indeed.
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Date of Birth
January 12
Location
City:
Providence
State:
Rhode Island
Zipcode:
02903
Country:
United States of America
Willing to Travel:
50 miles
Availability
LFG/LFP:
LFP
Availability (Days):
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Availability (Times):
Evenings
Desired Gaming Frequency:
Restricted or Variable Schedule
Gaming Preferences
Player/GM:
Player
Preferred Genres:
Dark Future, Fantasy, Horror, Modern, Post Apocalyptic, Science Fiction / Futuristic, Space Opera, Strategic (Miniatures), Super Heroic
Favorite RPGs:
D&D, Shadowrun, various White Wolf games, Harn, Godlike
Preferred Playing Style:
50% Roleplaying / 50% Combat
Ideal Group Size:
No Preference
Online RPGs?:
No
What are you looking for?:
I am the Creative Director for the TempleCon gaming convention. We are looking for RPG players interested in playing in a variety of campaigns at our yearly event in February. We host numerous RPGs including but not limited to D&D, Toon, Call of Cthulhu, Dark Ages Werewolf, and White Wolf LARPing, and are always looking for game-masters interested in running any RPGs that are currently not listed on our schedule. We are especially interested in Unhallowed Metropolis and Godlike, but we are always willing to check out new games.
About Me
Biography:
I am a long-standing role-player, both tabletop and LARP, and in the time-frame between February and September, I am generally up for a game (or two, or three...). I regularly travel up to Maine for a LARP there, and while I don't have the time to commit to constant road trips for gaming, I am willing to travel for a really great campaign, and I always love meeting fellow gamers! :)

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Back again...

by Xionicist on 07-16-2009 at 08:58 PM
Yeah, so I've spent the spring being fairly quiet online. After an amazing TempleCon 2009 (twice as many people as TempleCon 2008!), I didn't get my usual month-long break, but plunged right into an amazingly hectic dance performance schedule (11 shows over the course of 10 weeks, with 8 different costumes and sets of choreography - crazy!), with people already banging on the door wanting to know about TempleCon 2010.

In response to feedback from TempleCon members and due to an obvious

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The Mind Fairly Boggles...

by Xionicist on 02-02-2009 at 06:03 PM
...at the way this event is coming together.

Event coordination is like an extended case of stage fright. Months and months of it, slowly coming to a boil in the weeks and days leading up to the event, until you're there, and all of your skill and experience and preparation take over, so that the fear is replaced by this Zen state of supreme competence and exhaustion. Sarah Bernhardt, the French theatre's equivalent to Napoleon Bonaparte, once said that you are no true actress if

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TempleCon Ate My Life... And I Keep Feeding It!

by Xionicist on 12-28-2008 at 02:17 AM
Yeah, it's kind of crazy when you realize that you've been largely off-line for the greater portion of a year, because all of your time is taken up with one thing. Even crazier when you sacrifice the greater portion of your gaming time to that one thing. And the irony is, that one thing is all about gaming...

Welcome to the life of a convention director.

After months of preparation for TempleCon, the steampunk gaming convention that I co-organize, we are nearing

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