Jedediah from the Book Scorpion's Lair tagged me, and I think I'll take a page from Trey's book here. Yes, I'll gladly answer the questions, but I wont partake in the chaining. So, here goes.
1. If you could choose three people to game with (any at all: fictional, real, famous ect.), who would that be?
TinTin, Amita Ramanujan from Numb3rs, and Al Swearengen from Deadwood.
2. What's the most weird thing you have ever eaten?
Surströmming. It's not food, I tell you. My dad really likes it though.
3. Name the three most important things to have in case of zombie attacks.
A plan, a disaster survival kit, and a variety of weapons. In that order.
4. Whats top of your bucket list?
Publish a book.
5. What's the most weird character concept you have ever come across, as a GM or player (feel free to include your own)?
Probably my AD&D 2E Fighter with the Gladiator Kit. He wore a black hood, had a noose around his neck, and his favourite weapon was a 50 kg tomb stone. I guess I was working through some teen angst.
6. Dracula or Frankenstein? Why?
Dracula. How can you not like Vlad ze Impaler?
7. If you could choose any movie at all to see on the big screen (again or for the first time), which one would that be?
8. Where did you buy your first dice?
A friend of mine bought them for me while on a weekend trip to the nearest town. Yes, I grew up in the sticks.
9. You're offered a day on a holodeck. What do you create?
The attack on the Deathstar from Return of the Jedi.
10. Time travel: what would be your destination of choice?
Date: January 18, 1919. Location: The Salle de l'Horloge at the French Foreign Ministry, Quai d'Orsay, Paris, France. I'd bring a suitcase of history books, and hopefully the nincompoops who signed the Treaty of Versailles wouldn't fuck it up as badly with some relevant hindsight added to their petty bickering.
11. If you had to choose a RPG system to live in, what would that be?
I think I'd go with Itras by. Of all the brutal and unpleasant worlds out there, this one is, I think, the one most suited for habitation.
[Picture source: Jiri Adamec]