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Fyyr Lu'Storm
04-03-2004, 01:28 PM
WWdN (http://www.wilwheaton.net/)

TV guide just had a 'where are they now' issue, so this seemed timely.

Fyyr Lu'Storm
04-03-2004, 01:40 PM
I heard her footsteps on the stairs, and I knew that I was boned. There were about forty polyhedral dice on my desk, scattered around piles of graph paper, rule books, and partially-painted lead miniatures when she walked into the room.

"Honey, I know this looks bad . . . but it's not what it seems."

"Not what it seems?" She picked up a handful of dice, "What's this?!"

"That's . . . " I looked in her fist. "That's 3d6, 1d12, and 2d20."

She made this strange growling noise, and rolled -- okay, threw -- the dice onto the table. The d6's landed close to my hand, and showed the Number of the Beast.

"Hey! You rolled a critical success!"

Tiane
04-03-2004, 07:02 PM
Thats a fun page... was fun when he signed up to run for Governor... hehe..

Cloudien
04-04-2004, 07:31 PM
He's also a regular poster on Slashdot.

Seems when his career as Starfleet ensign died, he made a rather lame "career" on the web instead ;)

Chenier
04-05-2004, 02:08 PM
I recommend his book. Some of the stories are a bit...too personally emotional and then probably not edited well to be a great story, but they are all definitely from the heart, real and raw. The last story, his Star Trek story, is great and worth the price of admission.

I read his blogs fairly regularly - and definitely check out the FAQ. =)