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Contact any of the administrators if you need access to write on the blog, in which case you may become a contributor or editor.
To enable profile pictures, well, wordpress works in a different way. It turns out you do not have an avatar picture on this site but on some 3rd party site which will keep that avatar for every wordpress site you use.
You may go to: Gravatar and do that, it’s rather simple.
We blog to attract other English-speaking expatriates living in Warsaw to our group. The idea is that we are the best advertisement for ourselves. We are not recruiting “professional” RPG gamers here. We have advertisements on other websites specifically targeted to gamers around the Interwebs to do that for us. The goal here is to give foreigners living in Warsaw, many of whom have never played RPGs, a general sense of how much fun our social group is and what we are all about.
Not everyone will be attracted to this activity and you should not feel any shame if this describes you. You are welcome to keep reading and enjoying whatever develops from this experiment, even commenting. Comments are moderated because I can no longer assist the relocation of family fortunes or can I spare any more Tupperware to store the many generous offers of Viagra and Rolex watches I receive on an hourly basis. If you are not here to sell Viagra or smuggle out foreign currency then, really, why should you be ashamed to be here?
All the bloggers here are real people who play together and for many this is their first experience playing a tabletop Role-Playing Game (RPG). The advice of noob players, moreso than the advice of “professionals,” may be more accessible to anyone looking at the hobby for the first time. But I like hanging out with new players so your mileage may vary.
Explore our weblog and welcome. I expect the dual stories told here, the players’ stories interwoven into their characters’ stories, will provide you with some of the amusement and insight we share together regardless whether or not you play RPGs. To borrow the old phrase, we are all strangers in a strange land here.