Age: early 50s
Birthday: August 12
Ethnicity: French, English, Seneca & Narragansett
Location: New England
Higher Education: Bachelor’s Degree Political Science & Associate’s Degree Criminal Justice
Occupation: Stay at Home Parent & Substitute School Teacher
Languages: English, Spanish, German & a little French
Years Rping: 10
Preferred Rp Section: Advanced or Casual
Rp Level: Advanced
Dedication Level: Moderate
Biggest Rp Pet Peeve: People who do not communicate with the group and drop. But then, if someone loses connectivity for an extended period, there is no way of knowing.
Teach New Rpers Or Coach New GM's: Yes
Height: 5' 11"
Hair: Dark Brown
Skin Tone: Moderate to tanned
Tattoos/Scars/Piercings: no tattoos or piercings. 1.5” Scar on back of left shoulder (dog’s tooth); 5” scar on left wrist (fracture repair procedure); 0.5” scar on left knee (rock strike)
Personal Style: Jeans, T-shirt and sneakers, wearing a ball cap while taxiing my children to their activities.
Image: I look like a soldier because it is what I know. I tend to wear a high and tight haircut. Clean shaven, although I grow a beard in November.
Happy * Expressive * Bold * Considerate * Generous * Warm * Sensitive * Creative * Extrovert * Cerebral * Warrior
Relationship Status: Married with Children
Personality: Gunther is conservative, but flexible and objective. He attends Catholic mass with his family regularly and attempts a life free from sin. He can be a very moody person swinging from very warm, friendly and extroverted to quiet and secluded. He hates winter; January and February make him very depressed. Gunther loves his children and would do anything for them and his wife.
Gunther is a morning person, but that comes from a life of serving in the military. He would rather go to bed early and get up early; prefers to exercise in the morning over working out just before bed. His chief flaw is saying what pops into his head unrestrained without thinking it over before letting fateful words spill out; full-fledged Gryffindor.
Habits: Smiling, unprovoked singing, talking with strangers & Coca-Cola
Hobbies: Krav Maga, Running, Movies, reading, writing, Military History & Playing games with his children.
Fears: Heights, being alone and not being able to afford a living.
Likes: wife, his children, blue, 8, food, Military History, Mathematics and well written fiction – A Song of Ice and Fire (Game of Thrones). Star Wars, Star Trek, Lord of the Rings, Science Fiction, War Movies, New England Patriots, Dallas Cowboys, Boston Red Sox, Boston Bruins, Boston Celtics, board games (including Catan), War Games (Strategy TB, rather than FPS), Romance stories, Action adventures, Fantasy, Sports stories and more…
Rude People, Liver, Socialism, Narrow minded individuals and Role Plays that end just as they are getting good.
RPs Currently Gming: None
RP's Currently Enjoying: The Defiance Project
as Jimmy Wu
Upcoming Works: I am working on a War Game Role Play for Table Top Role Play section. It is based on an old Avalon Hill War Game I bought 30+ years ago.
What Brings You To Role Player Guild: There is a large community of writers here. I enjoy the hobby even though I rarely get time to participate. Currently, I try to limit my stories to one at a time. Unfortunately, I rarely find a them I enjoy others are willing to write in. When I do, they die way too early.
Life Before You Came To Role Player Guild: It was very different. I don’t know how to explain it in just a few words or sentences.
Life Since You Came To Role Player Guild: This is just a side hobby. I have many irons in the fire and this is just one of them. It has taken a back seat to my real life activities.
Quotes or Sayings: “Those who fail to learn the lessons of the past are doomed to repeat them.” – Winston Churchill paraphrasing George Santayana. “If you’re going to fight, fight like the third monkey on the ramp to Noah’s ark and brother…It’s starting to rain.”
Theme Song: Warrior’s Call
Advice To The World: Forgive the actions of those who came before us. Behaviors we consider heinous crimes today were generally accepted practices many years ago.