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Your name: Brad Fletcher
Location: Midsouth USA
Age: 30
Sex: Male

Pets: The joy of my life, my dog, Lady Dulcet of Valentines, she's a
Boston Terrier. I also have three cats that let me live in the house,
Squint, Crook, and Ghost. They've asked me not to talk about them.

Just to test the stereotype - Have you ever lived, or are you currently living, in your parents' basement? Never. Most homes where I've lived don't have basements. I would like a house with one though. I think they are great.

What is your favorite way to spend a weekend? With friends going out to listen to local bands or MSTK'ing bad movies.

What is the most frightening thing you've ever done? Stayed the night alone in an abandoned 'real' haunted house near a graveyard in Arkansas. I don't think I have the gumption to ever do that again.

What was your first word? Much to the chagrin of my parents it was 'Pancakes'.
I knew what I wanted out of life, even then.

What is your favorite word? "Wondermus" I watched Justin Wilson
way too much as a kid.

What is your favorite time of year, and why? The Fall. Most of my
family around my age was born in October so every year we all converge
on Lake Bisteneau in Louisiana for the Annual Halloweenie roast. Now
that we are all older and married and some of us have kids of our own, it's
even better to touch base with everyone and just relax near a bonfire and
now we can drink. :)

What is your most prized physical possession? My Scion xB. It Camo green and the interior is filled with green lights. I guess we've answered the "What is your favorite color?" question as well.

If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be? Oddly enough, I like me. I'm happy with the changes that have allready happened in my life. Change will happen and I'll still be me.

Did you have any embarassing nicknames as a kid? I used to lie to other kids and tell them my name was Cecil. I have no idea why. Some people still kid me about that to this day.

What was your favorite toy as a child? Legos, nothing better than building the toys you wanted

What makes you cry? A book called Bridge to Terabithia always moves me to tears

What is your favorite section of the newspaper? The comics, I get all my real news online and not a big sports fan.

What is your favorite mode of transportation? I love flying, I don't do it enough but just watching the world go by through the clouds and realizing what a beautiful place the earth is, It's wondermus.

If you could pick any other time period to live in, which would it be? Definately the Victorian era, London. But I'd bring steampunk with me.

What is one thing that you regret that you would go back and change if you could? There is one person in my past that I treated horribly, if I could take that hurt away from them I would.

Tell us about your favorite RPG character that you've ever played. My current character, Whisp. He's a Quickling Faen Akashic in Ptolus. I'm usually not a big fan of d20
systems but Ptolus is the kind of campaign world I enjoy. Everyone knows there's
trouble when Whisp is about. His greatest exploit? He once kicked a Pale
Dog off of a roof. Other than that, he's nigh useless in anything resembling an
exploit. He leaves exploits to his Minotaur and Dwarven Archeologist companions.

What are your favorite RPGs? They haven't made it yet. I'm a steampunk fanatic it's a seriously overlooked genre I believe. I do like BESM d20's classless system option.

What was your first RPG session like? It was great. DnD basic. A friend made me roll up a character and I killed a baby dragon. We were like 13, give me a break.

What was your WORST RPG session like? I've never really had a WORST one, there are a few bad ones but I was still hanging out with friends and shooting the breeze. That's what it's all about for me.

Who is your all-time favorite person to game with? Jason Kramer. No contest. One of the best GM's I've ever had. (Hey J, can I get a Hero Point for that?)


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