Friday, October 30, 2015

Ten Questions with Alan "Gherradynne" Skumautz

How long have you been playing?
I've been playing the game for nine years.
How has the game changed since you've been playing?
When I played we had to cost by downs and you learn spells as fast as you wanted to based on your weapon restriction.we also use just PVC to make weapons out of.
Who have you learned the most from?
Henry Giasson. He taught me how to do leather making and how to make armor.he also taught me about the respect, honor and how to treat others in this game
What was your best moment IC?
The year that I help organize team Yipp  for Queen of hearts and Won. We had one of the highest scores in the history of queen of hearts.on top of that I took my first win as an armor Smith at Queen of hearts.
What was your best moment as a NPC/EH/Player?
Making an event polar my first year when I ran festival of Val Dara.that I found out from players they enjoyed themselves and had a good time.
What would you like to see changed or developed more in game?
To see better props and characters wearing better garb.
What advice would you give new players?
Do not join a nation or group for at least your first year you need to learn the game understand and find out what type of people you'd like to hang out with and fit in with. It's better to be with a bunch of people that your friends out of character and spend time with in a group that you're going to joining game. The people in your group overtime will become like a second family that's why need to take your time and figure where you belong first.
What do you love most about the game?
It's how we handle combat and spells. You're only as good as a fighter as you can fight there is no abilities or skills you have to improve on your own.with spells you only get so many and you have to learn how to be good and use them well unlike other systems where you get points every time you show up to add to your combat or add to your spells and our game you learn how to be a better player.
Who would you like to see the next interviews be with?
Jennifer Cloutier
Anything else you'd like to take the opportunity to put into print?
I feel that people of been in the game for a while have a responsibility to help and teach new players and any opportune you see a new player come in the game helps him ask him questions and see what you can do for them it's a very rewarding experience.

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