UPDATE: I now co-host a gaming podcast,
the main focus of which is board and video gaming old and new, but currently also has an extremely Polish contributor who talks about tabletop RPGs. So if you like listening to two (debatably) normal Scottish people chatting about gaming and serving it up with a thick slice of banter, give The Large and Unnecessary First Player Token Podcast
a listen at the link below, or find us on iTunes!(Contains some strong language and even stronger accents.)
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/firstplayertoken
Me, I'm a working-class hero in my
late-20s HOLY SHIT I'M IN MY 30s NOW
living in Edinburgh, Scotland. Below you will find my condensed life story, with a focus on gaming.
When I was a kid I used to enjoy playing a lot of the standards (Monopoly, Cluedo, etc.), but I got pretty bored of it. In my teenage years I dabbled with some Warhammer, but I got fed up of being a rubbish model painter, and the cost of keeping that hobby alive was horrific for someone my age. So I ended up not playing anything for years, until about 2006, when I randomly bought Colosseum, followed quickly by Power Grid and Puerto Rico... then my gaming addiction started. I introduced these games to my friends, and most of them are now hooked on gaming too. Which is nice.
I have a tendency to forget to list my plays, so don't worry too much about it, guy.(USER WAS BANNED FOR THIS POST)