Welcome to Gaming Group Knight,
We play games.
How this started
Some years ago, while living in the Richmond, VA area, I was sifting through the remnants of my once massive role-playing game collection, the majority of which I had sold off years ago. I began reminiscing about my many years of game play and the many friends I had made. The only way to satisfy the lingering feelings was to find a group of people that were willing to come to my house for bi-monthly gaming sessions. I posted an ad on craigslist, not knowing if I would get replies. After weeding out the folks that misinterpreted my ad, "Role Players Wanted for Adult Dungeon Fun", I found my group. Within a few months we were sitting around the table re-immersing ourselves in Advanced Dungeons and Dragons second edition. Sitting around the table rekindled my love for gaming and once again I began playing Magic the Gathering as well as Dungeons and Dragons.
About this Site
I started this site to track the campaigns I run and provide resources for players. It’s transitioned over time but at the core it is still meant to serve that function, a player’s resource for my campaigns. I have once again relocated to advance my career and am currently running a campaign in the Fort Mill, SC area, south of Charlotte, NC. If you’re in the area and would like an evening of diversion trying to raise your character’s level without raising your blood pressure, check the calendar on the home page or contact me directly and I will send you a questionnaire to see if you’d be a good fit in our group or if you play Magic the Gathering you can meet me at Your Local Game Store for FNM. Come engage your imagination and throw off the superfluities of life. You will be glad you did!
First, a little about my roleplaying history… my uncle was on leave from Germany in 1984. He ran the Original D&D module (TSR 9115 B7) Rahasia for me and three of my cousins. At nine years old, my cousins and I were hooked. We purchased all of the Original D&D box sets and every resource we could find. In the early 90’s we slowly transitioned to AD&D 2nd edition and picked up new games (well knew at the time) like Shadowrun as they were released.
We alternated DM’ing for the first few years as our group ebbed and flowed with kids from school and the neighborhood. My cousin and I played every night in the summer with various groups of friends. Through middle school and high school, I became the full time DM. I played every unoccupied waking moment during my school years, and weekly after high school, while in the Army (except for a couple of deployments and when in I was in the field) and in college. After taking far too long of a break (four years) I am back at the table. I now run a tabletop Dungeons and Dragons fifth edition Campaign every other weekend at my home. I also try to make to my LGS every Friday for FNM.
-Todd the DM