Wednesday, December 12, 2012

10 Questions - Matthew "Kharne" Loven

Matthew "Kharne" Loven

Photo by Casey Lemay - 2012

How long have you been playing?
I started playing in 2000 my first event was TOC so I have been playing for 12 years

How has the game changed since you've been playing?
The game has had some changes to it since i have been playing like mostly spell changes like adding or revoming them, also the game has seemed to skrink more each each with the large events losing numbers or the tipical small events barely being leagal.  i feel effort in the game on both event holders and players sways.  It some times seems like effort is low then every so often you get blown away and your faith returning making role playing a breeze.

Who have you learned the most from?
There has not been one perticular person in which i have learned from.  But several over time Andrew Disbrow, Ben Greene, Angie and Jason gray, and Travis Wilcox to name five ones that have known me since i was a teenager.

What was your best moment IC?
Best IC moment was a folkestone questing when Griff was kidnapped by hord of undead and we had to rescue him from being scalpped alive..  That was a fanastic event and the whole Northern Alliance had a blast we all still talk about it to this day.

What was your best moment as a NPC/EH/Player?
Best NPC moment is when ever I am part of a giant monster with Beth Tozer we always give it 110 percent and love being apart of it and adding our unique touches to the creature.  example ( we were the huge spider queen at feast of blackwood 2012) 
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What would you like to see changed or developed more in game?
What I would like to see more developed in the game are small details like NPC garb and Theatricals.  The stories to events in our game are always great and well thought out, but when you get down to it, its the details to an event that make it legendary.

What advice would you give new players?
Advice i give to new people is meet as many people in the realm as you can, be social. You learn a little from everyone and earn friemdships for life.  Soon you will find your own path in the game and have fun with it for years and years.

What do you love most about the game? 
What I love most about the realms is that you don't have bounderies, your only limit is your imagination.  It can be an escape from the real world to have a blast with friends who share the same interest in larping. 

Who would you like to see the next interview be with?
Next interview I would want to read would be from a crazy outgoing spell caster like James Swift (Tim Suitor) (The James Swift interview can be seen here.)

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