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Join me in saying a big congratulations to Indiana's newest 5 star GM, Greg Hurst! Greg GMed his 150th table this past Sunday at Comic Carnival. He is a former VL, and he has dedicated 100s of hours to PFS in Indiana (and sometimes Ohio, too :) ). See here for a pic of Greg and VC Chris Bonnet on Sunday!
|⦵ Walter Sheppard Regional Venture-Coordinator, Northwest aka WalterGM|
|Chris Mortika RPG Superstar 2010 Top 16|
|⦵ Mark Stratton Venture-Captain, Indiana—Northern|
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Greg's first game playing PFS was in July 2010, at the now closed Arsenal Game Room a week before Gen-Con that year. His first game GMing was 3 weeks after Gen-Con.
Since that time he has traveled the mid-west helping local conventions by GM'ing 7 Gencon special's, as well as multiple Bonekeep's and exclusives.
If you live in the mid-west you likely have played at one of his tables.
He improves Indiana Gaming, as well is a great contributor to the Circle of Five in Indiana, the current number of 5 star GM's living in Indiana!
|⦵ Richard deMorris Venture-Lieutenant, California—San Diego aka RAdeMorris|
Thanks all. My favorite scenarios to run are Temple of Empyreal Enlightenment, which I ran cold at Origins when it first came out, and The Golemworks Incident, which is what I ran for my 150th table. On the latter, I have a nice copy of the final map which is one of the coolest ones I've seen.
Other random trivia, Tracy started about a year after me and got her 5-stars about a year before me. I believe there is one other 5-star couple out there. The first game I ran was Mists of Mwangi, which was both the first and last PFS game I ran using MapTool. It was cool, but none of our current stores have displays.
|Rusty Ironpants RPG Superstar 2015 Top 16|
|June Soler Regional Venture-Coordinator, Northeast aka Shivok|