I Search for Traps

I’ve been contributing to this blog for over a year now. I intend to continue contributing, but I’ve also been wanting to write about other things.

Despite the fact that I write about video games a lot, most of my gaming involves rolling dice around a table. I came late to table-top RPGs, and it wasn’t until after Gaines’ Star Wars campaign that I decided that I, too, could DM. I’ve been doing it ever since.

I’ve focused on video games here in order to preserve the blog’s theme, but I’ve decided to branch out and start actively writing about table-top RPGs. As such, I’ve started a new blog, I Search for Traps, where I’ll be writing about ongoing campaigns in which I’m currently involved, my experiences with various RPG systems, and just various RPG nonsense.

Take a look and stick around if you enjoy!

About Erik Bigras

Erik Bigras is an independent scholar. He studied as a PhD Candidate in the Department of Science and Technology Studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He graduated with a BA in Anthropology (2009) from the University of Prince Edward Island (Canada) where he focused on the creation of subjectivities through digital media. He's been playing video games since the mid-1980s, but expanded his gaming interest to table-top RPGs in the early 2010s.
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