GAMA Report: Day 3
(Don't ask what happened to Day 2)

Michael Stackpole has great taste in food and scotch. Dinner conversation ranged from evolving IP rights (and legislation's relation to Disney and married senators), to teleportation traps, to shared world design, to the dangers of firing self-loaded rounds in automatic weapons. Articulate, intelligent. Basically everything you'd hope to be as a writer.

Me? I just listened and smiled.

Also, I got my greedy hands on a pre-sale copy of Knights of the Dinner Table #126. TacoJon, my friend and yours, did an awesome job with his first original DCC. When copies go up for sale, be sure to get one.

Finally, James Mishler has proven once again to have a depth of knowledge (and creativity) that puts me to shame. The sample of his Free RPG Day contribution rocks.

If it's good to be be humble, GAMA has provided ample opportunity.



At 3:50 PM, Blogger saurus said...

Aw man, stackpole is the bomb. ever since i mowed down Fat Freddy in his own damn casino in post apocalyptic vegas. watch out for the scorpitron though - that puppy is a bad moth..

shut yo mouth!

i'm just talkin' 'bout wasteland..

At 8:03 PM, Blogger Grimbones said...

No FREAKIN' way. I didn't know he was involved in Wasteland.



At 10:12 PM, Blogger saurus said...

Yeup - he and Ken St. Andre were the main designers. Now that I have his blog linky above, I think I'm going to send him my wasteland box to sign :)

Remember, may your uzi never jam, and never bet against the house.

At 12:46 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You had me at Michael Stackpole.

~ J.L. Collins ~

At 3:59 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

the same wasteland as c64 wasteland?! sweet.

At 3:59 PM, Blogger Grimbones said...

*laugh* Saurus, I was going to do something similar for your birthday....maybe you'll end up with duplicates. :)



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