I might talk about how old I am, what I look like, and what I do for a living. (I'll try to be truthful!) Well, I might...
But I won't. I won't bore you with too much detail. In short: I'm not yet 30, a male student living in the Netherlands
and not quite as gorgeous as I would like to be.
I've been into the roleplaying hobby since my final year of high school, have DMed more than my share of sessions,
and am still firmly addicted to the game. Between my regular game, the games I play with people from the ERG and/or the Knights
of the Kitchen Table (see Links) and my being a Living Greyhawk DM at the Ducosim conventions (for Sunndy), I have little
time left for my other hobbies, which include reading (SF&F mostly) and playing computer games (Diablo clones and turn
based strategy games).
Most of the roleplaying I'm involved in uses the D&D 3e rules, but I've got some experience with other systems (Vampire,
Gurps, Legend of Yore, d20 Modern) and am trying to expand my horizon.
I've noticed that a good way to learn a system is to create an Excel character sheet for it, hence the d20
Modern and WoT sheets (the D&D sheet started as a way to simplify character creation, and is by far the oldest of the
three). I can really recommend it to people who are trying to learn a new system in too little time (using whatever programming
tool they are familiar with).