Like many people, I played board games as a child – Ludo, Snakes & Ladders when I was young, then Cluedo, Monopoly etc, before losing interest as a teenager. I re-discovered games as a student, and have inflicted them on family and friends ever since. I play mostly at home with friends, although I’m involved in one or two board game groups when work, health and family allow. I play the Lord of the Rings LCG monthly in our local game-shop, as well Tournament-play for Marvel Dice Masters. I briefly got into the second edition of the Game of Thrones LCG, but currently my main competitive game is Star Wars Destiny. At home, we play a lot of Cooperative Games, (primarily Zombicide and anything from the Arkham Horror files, with a sprinkling of Pathfinder ACG and the Lord of the Rings LCG), a general smattering of other things thrown in.
When I’m not gaming, I can generally be found whiling away my time in a mundane office job 4+ days a week. When I’m not there, I’m often involved in things at church, or else at home where I paint miniatures, read (particularly tpb collections of comics, history books and fantasy novels) watch too much television, and enjoy drinking single malt whisky when the doctor allows it.