- Charles Chen – Another friend from Emory days, Charles ran an amazing Shadowrun game. It was full of magic, angst, and betrayal. The characters James and I played always seemed to be at odds with each other in Charles games. I recall many sessions that ended in lots of explosions, usually set by runners against other members of our own crew.
- Brandon Mokofisi – Brandon and I met when were both working at DragonScroll.com (He is now doing lead vocals in Urban Tattoo; Check them Out.). Brandon runs the best tactical game of anyone I know. He can optimize any class to its maximum usefulness. His games require quick thinking, strong combat skills, and a strategic mind set.
- Heather Miller – Heather comes from the same gaming group, as Derek Johnson, Ray Boone, and Ronnie Cooley. She liked to run Call of Cuthuhu games with lots of puzzles. For her the game seemed to be a vehicle to introduce new and more involved puzzles. Heather’s games required an analytical mind and willingness to think outside the box.
- Ronnie Cooley – Ronnie, Heather, Ray, Derek, Sam, Kris, Marilyn, and I played several different games together, but I remember Ronnie running Cyberpunk. Ronnie’s Cyberpunk game was a mix of combat and role playing, with an emphasis on combat. It was fun, but in the end, I was killed by my own party for reasons still unknown.
- Michael McMillan – Michael is Davy McMillian’s cousin and he ran many AD&D games for me and his brother Barry. He had a wild imagination. I remember encountering an iron golem with the mind of an ancient wizard trapped within. I had to deal with magical shrines that would improve one abilities and grant wishes, if I did the right things and would bestow curses, if I did the wrong things. It was in Michael’s game that Gregor O’Dragon gained his friend and companion, the dragon Zuth.
Thank you all for many great games,