I started a few years ago playing D&D 4e. I quickly became disillusioned by the "gamey" elements of that system and began what has become an endless pursuit of the perfect system. My first exploration took me to the shores of Pathfinder, where I stayed for a couple of years. Over time, however, I decided I wanted to play settings other than fantasy, so I started looking again. This was followed by brief forays into WoD and Traveller. Recently, I finally decided I was tired of learning new systems, so I started looking for a universal system. Savage Worlds was the first choice for this endeavor. While surfing for Savage Worlds content I discovered the Basic Roleplaying system, and I really liked some of the things I've read about it. So here I am.
I now play Call of Cthulhu and Basic Roleplaying almost exclusively, although I still dip into Pathfinder and WoD from time to time due to friends that use those systems.
Basic Roleplaying, Call of Cthulhu, King Arthur Pendragon, World of Darkness
I'm a vociferous liberal and a secular activist. I teach English as a second language for a profession, and I hold degrees in music and linguistics.