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Falenthal
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Interview with Francesco Nepitello [28/02/21 17hCET]

Sat 27 Feb 2021, 14:50

Tomorrow, at 17h CET, we'll release an interview to Francesco Nepitello about his personal and professional story in the gaming world. Would you like to know the name of his first rpg character? The first game he bought? What does he think about the beard of the female dwarves? Where is Álvaro Tapia locked (literally!) drawing for the 2nd edition of The One Ring? You can hear it here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u62OMoq ... e=youtu.be
 
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Re: Interview with Francesco Nepitello [28/02/21 17hCET]

Sat 27 Feb 2021, 21:20

Excited for this.
 
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Re: Interview with Francesco Nepitello [28/02/21 17hCET]

Mon 01 Mar 2021, 03:51

Great interview, well done! It was fascinating to hear Francesco walk through his game design history and how he came to be involved with Middle Earth. I’ve been playing TOR for a few years and am very excited for the new edition.
 
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Re: Interview with Francesco Nepitello [28/02/21 17hCET]

Mon 01 Mar 2021, 04:17

Thank you for this interview Falenthal! Francesco's upbringing as a gamer and then game designer was super interesting.

Although being about the same age he is and having had a similar childhood interest for gaming and making up my own rules, I'm a little envious that he was able to turn it into a career while I'm stuck with an office job which, while interesting (cancer research is interesting), is still not game desinging... <sigh>

But he deserves everything he achieved.
 
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Re: Interview with Francesco Nepitello [28/02/21 17hCET]

Mon 01 Mar 2021, 08:50

Thanks a lot, rshephard68 and Mythicos!
I also found it a very nice touch to focus the interview not in the 2nd edition rules and whereabouts (although there had to be some time for that), but on getting to know the author better. And he really entered into a lot of details that made it very interesting.

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