We’ve reached the end of 31 days of #RPGaDay2015. I’m pleased that I managed to stay in the habit of getting regular content up on this blog (even if it required writing in batches and scheduling posts in advance). The final topic is: Favorite Non-RPG Thing To Come Out oF RPGing.
This one is going to be pretty easy for me, as the far-and-away favorite non-RPG thing to come out of my RPGing is, without a doubt, my career.
I write and design games for a living, and in recent years, I’ve added “teaching others to design games” to my career mix as well. And all because I started playing Top Secret and Dungeons & Dragons during the latter half of 1980.
It’s more than that, though — most of my friends have been met as a result of gaming (whether recreationally, or as industry colleagues), and I met my wife, Laura, when we were members of the Kansas University Gamers and Roleplayers club (KUGAR).
Not a bad result for a nerdy little hobby.
Let’s check in one last time with Dave Chapman: