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Meet and Greet with Players

Posted by Bob on February 5, 2013

Tonight, we get to introduce the Severed Genesis Campaign Setting to a group of roleplayers (both experienced and inexperienced) at the Fulton County Public Library in Rochester, Indiana. Our friend, Mike Rogers, is an employee with the library and has actually been a part of Severed Genesis since the beginning. Several weeks ago, Mike started up a Fantasy Game Night at the library to help introduce the public to various forms of nerdery, especially since "nerd is the new cool."

We've been anticipating the eventual release of Severed Genesis and finally decided that we could help Mike out while gaining valuable first-hand knowledge on what other people may think of the campaign setting. While still unfinished, we know enough about the setting to really make it shine (we hope).

Our plan is bring a big stack of character sheets, all of our Pathfinder RPG books and all of the technology we can muscle into the library. We'll sit down and wait for a long string of potential players to show up. If necessary, we'll show them how Pathfinder works, tell them a little bit about the setting and hopefully encourage them to join our little band of roleplayers in boldy going where few roleplayers have gone before (OK, I'm a Star Trek fan, too).

If you're in the local area and would like to stop by and meet with us, please do so! We'll be at the library from 4:00 pm until the library closes. Here's a link to the library's website:

Meet Bob Barcus

Bob Barcus

Bob Barcus has been playing tabletop RPGs since 2004. He started off playing Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 and progressed through a whole slew of other RPGs until finally finding the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. He is the owner of Apheus Solutions, LLC, which is the publisher of the Severed Genesis Campagin Setting. He is also a recovering World of Warcraft player, where he preferred to play undead warlocks. He occassionally plays Magic: The Gathering, choosing to play his vampire deck whenever possible. Bob enjoys spending time with his friends and family. He is an avid railfan, although he would never consider himself a "foamer."

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