There are a lot of things I want to say, but not a lot of actual meaning.
So I cut straight to the point:
As much as I try, I can't stop writing. Some people would call it obsession, I call it passion.
I am game mastering for the last 11 years and even wrote for big Larps in Austria.
As you have maybe guessed, English is not my mothers tounge, so please consider that.
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Thanks for the swift and warm welcome.
I still hope to find a roleplaying group in the realm of Golarion, since I really fancy that place.
Since it seemes that fate is not on my side, I am willing and hopeful to adapt to another world.
Unfortunately I lack the time to write and master another game besides my homebrew.
But I am hungry for adventure, hungry for stories and a little bit of old medieval carnage.
A lot of good stuff.
I played 3.5 for a view years, so I know what to expect.
But after consideration, I think that my favourite character concept does'nt work without the Pathfinder rules (And foremost the lore).
I think, I will take my time, lurking in the backround until a Pathfinder Dungeon Master comes forth. I have no problem with waiting. All good things need patients.
Thanks for your honesty.
The concept would be of an elder war priest. A rugged and weathered man, who was fighting in the name of love, art and beauty (In Pathfinder Lore, that would be Shelyn).
Most people would think of him, as an old and bitter man, reeking of whiskey.
Those would be just partially correct. Under the layer of years and war, a man can be found with a twinkle in his eye. A true believer in the manyfold wonders of beauty and colour. After all, he fights for all things living and loving.
But nonetheless, his art is war.
Of course I can opt to another character, but I really fell in love with the concept of war and beauty.
If there is no place or way, my concept can be built in to another world, I will take my time, coming up with a new one. I don't like rushing characters. A lot of time, they end up sloppy. (At least when I do it).
Playing myself? I don't know how I feel about that. I tell stories to escape the borders of my own Body. But I'll take my time, thinking about that option. Maybe the world of Dungeons & Dragons misses a paramedic with sabre fighting skills and glasses. Who knows.