"I don't play accurately, anyone can play accurately, but I play with wonderful expression." (Oscar Wilde)
(with apologies to Rodger B. MacGowan)
My avatar is of Felipe Ángeles a federal army officer who joined the Mexican revolutionary forces in 1913 proving to be one of the most effective and faithful soldiers of the revolution, until he was executed in 1919. He plays a big role in Unpublished Prototype
, a game that I've been working FOREVER. I'm trying to work on it knowing that we are only a year away from the 100th anniversary of the Tragic Ten Days of February 1913.
I’m the history instructor at Feather River College, a small community college in the northern Sierra Nevada in California. I’m also the faculty advisor for the game club and have been a Grognard for 30 years now (gasp). At home, my 12-year-old and I play mostly Memoir '44, Command & Colors, and Lightning: Midway. Our 8-year-old is into Zingo, That's My Fish, and most anything involving lizard or dinosaurs.