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RPG Superstar 2012 Top 8. Pathfinder Society Member. 136 posts (358 including aliases). No reviews. 1 list. No wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 5 aliases.

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Daniel Rust


3.5 Druid - No messing






Kinda Good

About Daniel Rust

How do?

So, I've been gaming 20+ years. Started when I was about 10 when my uncle gave me a Dwarf Fighter, ran me through a dungeon full of goblins and got me hooked.

I GM'd a lot of 2nd edition Ravenloft in the 90s and played a bit of Vampire, Cthulu, MERP, WFRP, Alternity and Shadowrun . I've been playing in the same ongoing 3.0/3.5/Pathfinder campaign since 2000 (and my PC is still only level 16 - the GM is so stingy with xp).

Pathfinder is my game of choice these days. I'm currently alternating running a homebrew campaign and playing in the updated Rise of the Runelords in my weekly game.

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