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Author Topic: [Disney]It's a small world after all...[/Disney]  (Read 771 times)
Brian Leybourne
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« on: November 04, 2002, 12:28:35 PM »

So, this guy at my work, who I barely know (have seen once or twice but never talked to before) comes up to me yesterday and we have this conversation:

Him: Hey, I just bought a book with you in it.
Me: Eh? What are you talking about?
Him: The Riddle of Steel. That's you in the dedication, right?
Me: <blank stare> (only having seen the new edition briefly I didn't know you had put me in there, thanks Jake!)
Him: I never knew you were a roleplayer
Me: Yeah, me neither.
Him: Downloaded your combat sim too, and I checked out your webpage. Oh, and Dave told me there's a new suppliment coming out that you wrote, cool. We should get together and talk about this Riddle game, looks really good...

(Dave = guy at the LGS who I convinced should get TROS on the shelves)

So there you go. It's a tiny tiny world.

The Riddle of Steel. Bringing gamers together since 2002 :-)

Brian.
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Brian Leybourne
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RPG Books: Of Beasts and Men, The Flower of Battle, The TROS Companion
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« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2002, 04:31:37 PM »

Hey.... that's way friggin cool!

Brandon
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Brian Leybourne
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« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2002, 05:17:09 PM »

The riddle of 6 degrees of seperation? Heh.. I like it - in all the world there can only ever be six steps linking any TROS player in the world to Kevin Bacon... :-)

And yeah, it was a cool moment. Roleplaying isn's something that I talk about at work or much at all outside of my roleplaying groups, because, well.. you guys are roleplayers too, you know what I'm saying. So finding out that I work with (kind of.. same company anyway) another roleplayer is pretty cool.

Brian.
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Brian Leybourne
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RPG Books: Of Beasts and Men, The Flower of Battle, The TROS Companion
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