Movies, comics, books, music, history books, the news, things people say in conversation...I take a basic idea that I can find in one of those, a simple "What if?" and I let my imagination take things from there.
2)What is the most challenging aspect of love for you?
There are two of those.
The first is knowing when I need to back off. I can be very, for lack of a better word here, clingy, when I fall for somebody. They become the center of my world. I plan everything I do around them. I'm with them whenever I get the chance. And sometimes that can be very very irritating. Especially when you're with someone who's used to having their space.
The second is keeping myself under control, especially when I feel as if I'm being denied attention. I have troubles being ignored, especially by people I care for. That can get me in a lot of trouble. I tend to crave personal attention, and if I don't think I can get it at home, I go looking for it. I can keep it under control...but it ain't easy.
3) What do you think is the most misunderstood thing about poly relationships?
I think a lot of people think that all of them are "anything goes" situations. Believe you me, this is NOT the case. We have lines drawn and we don't redraw much without some serious talking. I can't speak for Nate, but Jason and I have had several conversations and J will ALWAYS let you know where he stands on the important things.
4. What is your favorite rules setting? What is your favorite rules set?
Favorite game setting...I would have to say Rifts. The world offers SO many different possibilities and yet, the world is set and has boundaries you can work within. Hi-tech future combined with high fantasy combined with horror combined with whatever else you can think of. Oh, the story possibilities!
Favorite rules set. The d666 system of In Nomine. Simple. Efficient. Rules light so I can make adjustments on the fly and not get bogged down in superflous crap.
5. What is the one thing you desire most of all from life?
For everybody I care for to be happy...that, in turn, would make ME happy. And in the final analysis, I think that's all anybody really wants. To be happy.