For as long as I can remember, I’ve heard people say, “I’ve been simming for 20 years.” Well, I can finally say it myself.
I’ve been simming for 20 years.
Wow, that felt good!
On February 16, 2000, the USS Sunfire NCC-3935, a Bedford class starship, launched in old Utopia Fleet’s Deep Space Exploration Division. I was the ship’s CMO. That’s Chief Medical Officer for all you non-Trek role players. Fast forward to today and it’s hard to image my life without play-by-post role playing.
I’ve been a writer, a politician, a diplomat, a founder, an editor, a counselor, an investigator, a philosopher, a Captain, an Admiral, and even a game show host–all of which are never going to happen IRL (that’s In Real Life for you non-simmers). Role playing’s taught me a lot about people, life, and myself. All in all, it’s been a fun ride.Read More