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PostPosted: Sat Nov 14, 2009 2:17 pm
User avatarMinister of PulpPosts: 2027Location: Street FightingJoined: Thu Aug 02, 2007 5:13 pm
I got a message from Leon, suggesting this might be an interesting topic.
And certainly it's not a Customer info harvest 8)

So who are you?

My real name is Maciej as some of you may already know. It pronounces somewhere between "matches" and "magic" and doesn't directly translate into any other language.

I recently began the venture into 30's. It's fun so far, no aching back yet.

Professionally, I am a proud degree holder in cultural anthropology/Kulturwissenschaften, with a thesis that a couple of years did some impact at my alma mater, it's a social study of Batman from 30's to 90's.

My business life is shared between Pulp City (unfortunately never enough time) and my training/consulting company that gathers some of the most amazing specialists. We are like a big family and they usually just manage themselves so me and my business partner focus on coolest projects, marketing and book-keeping.
I recently stopped being an academic teacher as 2,5 jobs is way too much.
You can call me a weird workaholic as I would gladly retire at any moment and just do creative stuff. I got some writing done, both books and comic books.

I'm a city creature - love Warsaw, but also Berlin and Portland, OR.
Musically I go usually rock-wise, with inspirations from early U2, Joy Division, now everything with/by Mark Lanegan, Josh Homme, also a lot of Editors recently.
I watch tons of tv show, love good console games like Batman Arkham Asylum.
Miniature wise I play mostly PC these days, some AE Bounty, Space Hulk, Warcraft Minis. I nurse my two bigger projects: re-doing the Skavens (go Skryre!) and Behemoth Orks.

(putting the mask on) Now back to being a super hero.



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PostPosted: Sun Nov 15, 2009 1:01 am
User avatarHeraldPosts: 937Location: Burlington, Vermont, USAJoined: Sat Oct 04, 2008 4:55 pm
Thanks for sharing, Morf.

I am a spy/intellegence gathering expert from the Irken Empire. I am currently working on projects related to Operation Impending Doom 2. Do not ask what the result of Impending Doom 1. One of my collegues made a total mess of it before we even left our homeworld.

My current assignment is the planet Vort, home of the Universe's most comfortable couch. I was going to be sent to Blorch, home of the Slaughtering Rat People, however my superior height was recognized by the Almighty Tallest during The Great Assigning.

Vort is providing little resistance, so I am able to spend time supporting the conquest of the earth urban hive called Pulp City. I enjoy other military training exercises such as Warmachine, Hordes, and Infinity. I'm also toying a little with Malifaux.



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PostPosted: Sun Nov 15, 2009 7:14 am
User avatarHeraldPosts: 947Location: Frankfort, KentuckyJoined: Wed Aug 29, 2007 5:18 pm
So who am I?

My real name is Ron Purvis. I am 44 years young, married, have 2 boys ages 5 & 14, with a baby girl on the way proving thae yes Virginia gamers do breed & often at that.

I am a veteran of the U.S. Air Force where I spent my time as a Security Specialist and where I did ALOT of gaming.

I am preparing to shift careers from Architectural CAD Designer to IT Networking (which I already do to some extent) and at this stage in my life is kinda scary, but hey you only live once right?

I play alot of different games RPG's, Board, Miniature & Card games. My main RPG's at present are Hollow Earth Expedition, Rolemaster, D&D 3.5 & 2nd, World of Darkness & Anima Beyond Fantasy. I have done alot of playtesting for RPG's as well, some I liked, some I didn't. My miniatures games include Pulp City (DUH), Warmachine, Hordes, Malifaux, Spinespur, Anima Tactics, Classic Battletech, Babylon 5 ACTA, Wargods, AE WWII and my newest addition Warhammer Fantasy (I finally let someone talk me into trying it). I have done alot of minis playtesting as well. I love playtesting due to the fact that I get to be a part of something I love, gaming.

Musicwise I love just about anything, though my passions are Heavy Metal and instrumental movie scores. There are only 2 types of music that I won't listen to, Opera and Rap.

I am a huge TV & movie lover. It doesn't even have to be great for me to watch it, just entertaining.

How's that?



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PostPosted: Sun Nov 15, 2009 10:42 am
User avatarSuper HeroPosts: 658Location: Spirit of Pulp CityJoined: Thu Aug 02, 2007 6:09 pm
My name is Joel I'm married with a 4 year old daughter. I work as a computer engineer for a small IT firm that specializes in virtualization.

I live in Hawaii and love it. I have lived in Virginia and the Philippines.

I enjoy music and play bass, drums, guitar and keyboard. I currently play drums at my church. I love country music.

I've gotten my private pilots license and flew all over the Philippines and in the Hawaiian islands.

I enjoy playing games. All sorts of games. I currently play Pulp City, Warmachine/Hordes, Malifaux, Arcane Legions and Monsterpocalypse.



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PostPosted: Sun Nov 15, 2009 12:28 pm
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My name is Kurt and I am addicted to lead :)

I'm 34 years old, I have 3 kids (the eldest is a budding gamer himself) and live on the outskirts of Sydney, Australia. I work for a group of car dealerships here doing a customer service type role.

Apart from Pulp City, I play Battletech, Malifaux, Infinity, Song of Blades and Heroes, and when I can't avoid it, Warhammers 40,000 and Fantasy. We have a local RPG group too that mostly settles on GURPS, but also the occasional Palladium system. I also burn too much time online playing Kingdom of Loathing.

I don't tend to watch a lot of television, but the poker always drags me in, and I follow Eureka and a few Adult Swim cartoons. Musically, I'm mostly listening to hip-hop and metal right now - MF Doom, Del, Children of Bodom and Cradle of Filth round out my current Winamp playlist. Bookwise I've just grabbed the latest Neil Gaiman, and the autobiography of David Hasselhoff (don't ask).


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 15, 2009 5:16 pm
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Hi, I'm Simon, 22 year old frenchman, I was born in Normandy upthere on the southern side of the channel, but I'm currently living in Taipei (Taiwan) where I work as an english teacher and learn chinese at the same time (or is it the other way around?).
I listen to a lot of music, mostly heavy metal and hard rock, but I also listen to country music, blues and classical music. These days in my ipod is Airbourne (Australia), Motorhead (England), and The Muddy Basin Ramblers (Taiwan). The only stuff I won't listen to is reggae, speed and power metal, and hip hop.I used to play a lot, but time is a rare resource...

I started rolling dices regularly at age 10 or so, with Wh fantasy. Then came Wh 40K and slaanesh (I started putting purple on every single one of my minis at that moment, and haven't stopped since). By high school, I grew more interested in Blood Bowl and touched Necromunda. It's also at that moment that I started developing my own gaming systems with my friends.
After that, the "game" part of the hobby lost a bit of his appeal as I spent more and more time with a brush rather than dices in my hand. I rediscovered gaming in college, with boardgames such as "Wanted", "wings of War" and "Pirates of the spanish main", "Vampire tes".

Outside putting color on little metal men and pushing them on a table, I enjoy sports (rugby, football, baseball), reading comic books (especially Hellblazer-constantine, batman, X men and Hellboy and some other french and belgian stuff, like Corto Maltese). I also do like movies a lot (Tarantino, films noirs, clint eastwood...) and some tv (true blood, the old black and white Zorro series....). I also enjoy zombie and B serie movies, cuz they're fun, and everything that's pulp, so PC was an obvious choice for me

In general, I enjoy History, more specifically first half of 20th century, and even more precisely WWI aviation. Not an erudite in this field, but it raises my interest.

Wow, this was long, thanks if you could stand my blabbering that far... :D



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PostPosted: Sun Nov 15, 2009 10:55 pm
User avatarGuardian of PulpPosts: 4526Location: House of Jade LanternsJoined: Thu Aug 09, 2007 11:16 am
Hi. Great to read those bios guys.

I am Leon, a thirty-something healthcare professional who has been a gamer for 25 years, including RPGs, tabletop wargames and board games. I have been a comic book fan for 30 years and recall the first comic book I bought fondly.

In recent years my main miniatures gaming has been WH40K: I own several painted armies. After years of never finishing projects I started WH40K tournament gaming which has helped me finish painting lost of minis.

I love film (although following a problem with back pain has curtailed cinema attendence in the past couple of years), and love music. My tastes lean towards the 'eclectic' for wont of a better definition. Similarly my musical tastes run a gamut of preferences, so you'll find me listening to all sorts on any given day. I like to use music to write to as well.

I came to Pulp City a couple of years ago sort-of - joining the board about 8 days after it started. I was intrigued by the few glimpses of minis seen but drifted away. While doing a search for superhero minis (I have approximately 150-200 painted Superfigs, Living Legends/Lance and Laser, Golden Heroes, Champions, Black Hat - Mutants and Madmen and assorted others), I happened on Pulp City once more. I strated buying more and more packs and have slowly been painting my minis and building terrain boards.

Leon. :D


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 1:42 am
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/takes a big breath. . .

Hello! Dave here. . . IRL I'm a 31 year old police officer in a town of about 16,000. We share three borders with a large city in Ohio, so we get our share of the action . . . I am married to a great wife who indulges my gaming habit. I have a two year old daughter that just plain rules my world.

I started gaming wihen I met my now wife's brother about 15 years ago - we started with the cardboard addiction known as Magic. I got sucked into the local tournament scene at the end of high school and early in college. . . grades suffered, work suffered, so I ditched it for the funny painted figures I'd seen people slaving over at the game shops - the fact that it wasn't collectible was a big draw, and the ability to wage war on these huge battlefields also had a major draw over turning a card sideways to show how awesome it was.

I started with 40k and picked up the big box with Space Marines and Dark Eldar - my not yet brother in law got the DE, I kept the Space Marines and a love for Dark Angels was born. . .

After getting married, my time was short for painting and got sucked back into the Magic scene. After realizing I was spending more monthly on cards to stay "competitive" than I was on my mortgage, I knew things had to change. On the forums for one of the game shops I had played Magic at started posting about this new Steampunk game. Wife hated Magic, but agreed to go up to the shop to see this new game. . . Blackhand here on the boards was an aspiring PG at the beginning of Warmachine - just before the 2nd book released. After seeing Caine pop his feat and flash out of battle I was hooked. I knew right then that I had seen something that would never ever be possible in 40k OR Magic. The Warcasters had my attention. About three weeks later I had my first Khador Boxed set and had purged my house of Magic cards. A love for all things Privateer was born and Page 5 became my mantra. Blackhand helped me with painting and improving my own techniques, tournaments became a weekly diversion from real life and I was loving it.

I ended up back into 40k (I currently have probably 10k in Dark Angels, 8k in Orks, and 3k+ in my own Chapter of Space Marines and Nurgle Chaos). I also tried out some of the Dark Age (loved it at first, but their lack of support and a job change into the police force derailed it for me). . . I tried some Fantasy, and while it is the only army I have that is entirely painted by me (about 5k of O&G), I get hung up on the Mathhammer part of the combat system and rarely play.

I saw Pulp City on a few articles on Tabletopgamingnews and decided to check it out at GenCon '08. I think within 10 minutes of the opening of the Merchant Area on Thursday I was sitting down with Morf demanding some demo. . . (I lied and said I had read the rules on the online stuff and then admitted shortly into the first few sentences that I had no idea what I was doing). . . needless to say, playing and entire force of characters similar in game changing capabilities like what I saw Caine do three or four years before was most excellent. I was immediately hooked and have been ever since. I bought up what I could at GenCon, ordered more afterward and then waited for the opportunity to unleash PC on the general masses of the Akron/Canton area.

Currently, I use JAC Games in Cuyahoga Falls as my main assault area - the guys there are open minded enough to try out something that doesn't have a GW stamp on it. There's quite a few starter sets roaming about, but inconsistencies with Alliance have presented a speed bump or two. I've demoed the game at another shop recently and created a few fans down there as well.

I'm also a huge Star Wars nerd. I am running a Saga Edition campaign, but can't seem to wipe my party out (yet). . . Also, working on putting together my very own Republic Commando Omega Squad kit.

http://www.jacgames.com



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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 7:33 am
User avatarGuardian of PulpPosts: 2139Location: Maine U.S.A.Joined: Mon Sep 17, 2007 6:52 am
Hello everyone Devon here.

Let's see I'm a 35 year old white male. Married with one kid. In the real world I'm currently working as a security officer for a well known Maine company. I work third shift and spend it affords me the opportunity to do a fair amount of nothing. I've had a few jobs over the years mostly security or sales. Got into it while putting myself through college and trying to feed a family. It's worked out well enough. I keep meaning to go back to school but the thought of it is just unsettling for me. That or I'm just lazy. :roll: :shock:

In my youth I travelled a lot. My father was in the Navy and it did afford me the chance to see a good bit of the country and the world. I love travel and wish I could do more of it. I grew up surrounded by Sci-fi and fantasy. My parents named me after a character in an old Sci Fi show Star Lost. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0069638/
My parents read my the Hobbit from the age of 7. Then they wonder why I'm a gamer. Sheesh :roll: I even have a little sister named Arwen. Yeah and I'm the geek. :roll:

Anyway I started gaming with WHFB, and then D&D, Shadowrun, Earthdawn, Whitewolf, 40K. I still have a couple of regular RP games a week, ussually D&D 4, or Shadowrun 4. The list goes on and on. What ever catches my fancy and I can get people to play.

Shortly after my son was born I was so angry and fed up with GW that I gave away all my minis and swore off Table Top games for good. Until a friend of mine gave my son a Cygnar boxed set for his birthday. I got the bug and started playing that. Some years later and I got fed up with this as well. Still the need for metal drove me on. These days I like smaller games. I don't have a lot of time to sit and play so I want a game that is fun, interesting and I can finish in a reasonable amount of time. Pulp fits well with that!

One of the best things about gaming for me is the rules. I love rules. Good bad or inbetween I love collecting rules systems. I don't know why. I have ADD and it shows in the way I pick up a game love it, obsess over it, then drop it and move on. Something new is always waiting. Pulp City has let me help build the rules and I can't say I've ever had a better gaming experience than I'm having with Pulp now. I can't tell you guys how many hours I spend analysing the way the game plays, how things interact, trying to make the game ... feel right. God I'm such a geek.

My son Brandon is 13 and rapidly becoming just as big a geek as I am. We play Pulp City, Infinity, Malifaux, D&D together at least once a week. If his homework is done and his room is clean. Or we'll play City of Heroes together. My loving wife tolerates this well. She used to game but hasn't had time now that she's gone back to school. The boy wants to design video games for a living, has since he could pick up a controler. So proud...

When not being a geek I love movies. Especially going out to see a flick. Nothing beats the big screen. I love some TV shows but I'm very picky and get rapidly fed up with some of them. BSG great first season, unwatchable for me after the second. Heroes Great show first season, rapidly fell off for me, don't even watch it anymore. I'm just picky I guess. For music I'm a Rock n' Rolla. I love classic rock through modern alternative stuff. I have a fondness for punk and sca as well. But if it rocks I'll give it a listen. Don't do Rap or Country they just strike me as being so... infintile.

I've always liked ancient histroy and enjoy learning about various pre modern cultures. Though for some reason I don't do historical gaming at all. I used to do a lot of Society of Creative Anachronisms. I loved wearing armor and beating the hell out of people. Nothing like hang out with 1,000 other guys in armor and beating the hell out of each other. That's my idea of a sport. Though I will watch an NFL game now and again. Hope that's enough I don't know what else I can say. oh the Beermonkey name.... I like beer and my son and I have this well thing about Monkeys. Started as a one stuffed animal and well now it's all about monkeys all the time. So there you go.



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Damn it, am I the youngest roaming around here? :D



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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 10:26 pm
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Maybe. :(


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 18, 2009 4:04 am
User avatarHeraldPosts: 288Location: Sydney AustraliaJoined: Wed Jan 09, 2008 3:14 am
I will go for oldest.... well tie with Bubba Ho tep... Im 44 years old. :STR

My first name is James but my friends call me Jim. The "Dice" part was adopted when a girlfriend illustrated a comic book panel lampooning me and my hobby. She gave me the moniker of "Jim Dice" gaming hero. Suffice to say I married the girl and we have 2 kids: Rory age 5 and Owen age 3.

I'm IT professional... but that is just a job. Through the job I have travelled and worked overseas in countries like New Zealand, Canada, USA and Europe.

I was lucky to live in Montreal for about a year and was even luckier to hook up with DP9 and ended being a co author on a Tribe 8 book Children of Lilith.

My passion is games of all shape and sizes and I have been collecting since I was 13.

My cousin was into Ancient s and Napoleonic miniatures. I cut my teeth on early WRG games. The first game I ever bought was Russian Campaign. My cousin introduced me to shops like Napoleons Military Bookshop, Tin Soldier, Dogs of War. I stumbled across D&D first edition and asked my mom to get for Xmas and ended up with the original D&D Blackamoor digest size book and the AD&D Hill Giant module. This was 1978. I then moved onto citdael miniatures collecting orks and other fantasy miniatures. I moved onto 40K with Rogue Trader?

The rest is history... I just rolled through every game and miniature that caught my eye over the next 30 years. The collection is huge and takes up the whole garage, the attic, underneath my dad?s house, my old room at my dad?s house, the spare room. Take stab and see if I have it on my shelf?

On top of gaming I was an avid comic book reader and collector. As I kid I would spend pocket money on 2000AD and Spidey and Avengers comics. Once I began to earn money whatever I did not put into gaming I put into comics. Marvel was my first love? but DC and Indies were

Single, disposable income, obsession? danger Will Robinson.

I met my wife in 2000. Marriage, Mortgage and Maternal instincts kicked in and something had to give...I dropped my regular comic habit and PC/Console gaming but miniature gaming had to stay.

So to turn my hobby into a self funding entity I formed a side business (Dice Club) and began importing miniatures for skirmish games. I started with Infinity and then moved on to Pulp City. From there I have brought in AE WWII, Malifaux and a few others. My main goal is create a local following for the games that I want to play.

Music: All sorts really ? grew up in the smokey mosh pits of Sydney thrashing to the likes of Birthday Party, TISM, Laughing Clowns, Lubricated Goat, Thug, Dead Kennedys, Ramones, Neubaten and many other industrial percussion bands. What artists are in regular rotation at the moment? Sarah Blasco, Liam Finn, Brian Jonestown Massacare, Eskimo Joe, Black Keyes, Nick Cave too name a few.

Top 3 Games: Pulp City, Warmachine/Hordes MKII, Infinity. With a lot of other games vying in the wings waiting for a Guernsey.

Hey if you are ever in Sydney? Look me up.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 18, 2009 4:49 am
User avatarHeroPosts: 354Location: Tindal, AustraliaJoined: Tue Sep 01, 2009 12:53 pm
Well, as a cover for my alter-ego, I assume the identity of Tom, mild-mannered (most of time) youth minister at the local Anglican church, where I've based my operations for the past 2.5 years. He is married with two and a bit gorgeous kids (the third is due in 3 weeks). His wife kindly allows him the space to game upon occasion, and even joins in when absolutely necessary (which is pretty much when a new game is introduced to the household). The children are part of the cover, allowing entry into toy shops and other otherwise prohibited locations.

Tom's/my age is kept secret, as a general rule, but rumour has it that in three years' time, if he were a hobbit, he'd be considered an adult.

Gaming preferences are interesting. His love of miniatures started late, after getting into Dawn of War. Traveling for 10 years as a missionary (another handy cover) precluded any collections of any sort, but a laptop was handy and allowed indulgence. He was given a 40K rulebook (3rd ed.) on his last "tour of duty" and bought into it as soon as it was over. However, the fluctuations of fancy in 40K brought a shift of siesmic proportions to his hobbying world, and he moved from there to Warmachine, becoming a pressganger for the game and using that corrupting influence for "Good" instead of "Evil". During that time, I also began a new clandestine operation, but details are on a need-to-know basis... Tom has also picked up Magic: the Gathering, D&D 4th ed. (which is more like returning to an old love than starting afresh), Monsterpocalypse and AE-WWII (which rocks!).

Mainly, with time limited between bouts of saving the world from the edge of annihilation and looking after family (is there truly a difference?), Tom gets to play 2 or 3 times a month. Not enough, but it's the way it has to be.

Musically, He's into hip hop and alt. rock that says something political or religious, but don't mind other stuff as long as it provokes thought through its lyrics or musicality. He has his radio tuned to Triple J most of the time.

Comic books were never really a love, although he leans heavily on sci-fi and fantasy influences (his wife and he are steadily making their way through Stargate, Star Wars, Star Trek, etc., etc.) thanks to his dad and him reading Terry Pratchett aloud to Tom at an impressionable age. That, combined with an interest in the heroic and the epic, means that he's recently "found the time" for comic books, mainly Marvel.

It's a well-developed persona that serves me well!



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PostPosted: Sat Nov 21, 2009 6:42 pm
User avatarHeroPosts: 257Location: Kensington, MD, USAJoined: Wed Aug 19, 2009 3:34 pm
Just the facts, ma'am.

LIFE:
Real name is Paul, 36 year old former English major turned internet technician dude (hence my surplus of time online some days.) Working out of Georgetown. Lovely fiancee (who paints better than me, but on her own schedule.) Wedding's planned for February. One daughter, in first grade, who is a real comedian these days. We watch superhero cartoons together. Love TV, love movies and comics. Read lots of news. Like, a whole bunch. Not enough time for painting or gaming, but hey.

COMICS:
Started really getting into comic books right before the X-men's Mutant Massacre. Stopped reading after the X-men were going back into space *yet again* to go get Prof. X (this was after the whole Siege Perilous kerfluffle.) Got back in towards the end of the 90's, and have been voracious ever since.

GAMING:
On the RPG side, Paranoia and Shadowrun will always have a special place in my heart. Oh, and I ran a big Vampire larp for too many years back in college. Still have a lot of good friends from back then, but man, can't do it anymore.

My first minis game were Warzone (first edition) and Necromunda. Huge Heroclix collection. Enjoyed Superfigs as well, it's a neat game. Gotten into and out of too many games since then, which is why it takes a real special game to capture my interest these days. Only Pulp City and AE-WWII have really broken in in the past couple years. Maybe Malifaux, also.



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PostPosted: Sat Dec 05, 2009 1:05 am
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My name is Björn and im from sweden.
im 18 years old ( no kids, sorry :( )
been a wargamer for almost 9 years and play mostly warhammer and warmachine (waiting for my first supremes to arrive in the mail at this very moment).
I also like computer games and heavy metal lml.
Im currently a chef in training and it's breaking my back. With the shitty equipment it's a wonder the restaurant hasn't closed yet. oh well listen to me ramble
that's me in a nut shell.


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