The IFGS received this notice:
“If anyone knows Ray Appling (she is a female), Brett Paul, and David McMillen, let them know the short film project they made (IFGS), where I was the Lead Black Hair Orc 1 (with the big round Grey Shield) won an Official Selection Award from ‘Women’s Only Entertainment Film Festival’. I’m sure Ray, Brett, and David would love to know this and I can only image how proud of their short film they will be; I know I’m proud of them and I’m honored to have been part of this project. Ray Appling she is an awesome film director
Here’s the link for their award winning short film (which I was honored to be part of)
[Note: This film in the style of a “trailer” was a student project for Ray Appling in 2009]
This explanation of how to be a good Loremaster has been developed to help the fledgling Loremaster learn to develop a good team. After all, the position of Loremaster earns bonus CAP – here is why a good Loremaster earns it. This document is only a guideline, but is endorsed by the Society Board.
IFGS BOARD MEETING MINUTES
11/15/17 – Final
Wherein a new version of the Registry Handbook is approved incorporating Anchor Games as a game type. The discussion continues on Intellectual Property rights for game writing and Creative Commons. A new Loremaster Guide is under discussion. A decision was made to post the current 7.0 IFGS Rulebook online, in PDF format, at no charge to download. Continue reading Society Board Minutes – November 2017