Felipe Silva

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Online Nicknames
Murderface

Introduction and Platform
Hi, I’m Felipe Silva from a brazilian website called “master’s guild”.
I’ve been playling since 99 with multiple systems, but now I’m focused on OSR.
On the website, my fellows and me are trying to disseminate a open mind vision for old and new players.

Why do you play/run RPGs?
RPGs are the best piece of my life.
I’ve been shaped for years for this noble art. Been a storyteller is magnificent.
My social skills are the highest level, my mind is sharp and a great imagination shaped by years rolling dices.

The ENnies requires a major commitment of time and energy. What resources do you have that will help you discharge these responsibilities? Will your gaming group or other individuals be assisting you? Does your family support you?
I have a great support of people. The contributors of my website, my family and my local groups are the best.
I can do my best at this.

Judging requires a great deal of critical thinking skills, communication with other judges, deadline management, organization, and storage space for the product received. What interests, experience, and skills do you bring that will make you a more effective judge?
I love a great sort of games. Enjoy multiple visions is a crucial feature for a judge, since the job is analyze and dissect all the faces of a intellectual product.
In my website and local events, I’ve been rating games, socializing and sharing for the community my feelings about the best products in the market.

What styles and genres of RPGs do you enjoy most? Are there any styles or genres that you do not enjoy? Which games best exemplify what you like? Do you consider yourself a particular system’s, publisher’s, or genre’s “fanboy/fangirl”?
I love OSR, cyberpunk and super hero games.
I’m not a fan boy, but I think in a good product in the shape of margaret weiss, lamentations of the flameless princess, white wolf, posthuman studios and games workshop.
It’s hard evaluate a idea, but a sort of judges helping each others will be the best to clarify every aspect of a great game.

What games have you played in the past year? List up to 10 RPGs you have played the most. Which ones, if any, have you loved or hated?
1- Dungeon Crawl Classics, loved
2- Apocalypse World, loved
3- Marvel Heroic Roleplaying, loved
4- Sharp Swords and Sinisters Spells, loved
5- Old Dragon, loved and hated
6- Mutant Year Zero, loved
7- Warhammer Fantasy Roleplaying 2ed, the best game of the world
8- Dungeon World, hated
9- Iron Kingdoms RPG, loved
10- FATE, loved

Briefly summarize the criteria you will use for judging products in the different categories.
1- art
2- layout
3- original idea
4- text
5- usability

How will you judge supplements or adventures for game systems whose core rules you are unfamiliar with or you believe are badly designed?
First, I’ll try to read a quickstart and read a short video on youtube about the game. Second, ask for my friends help. Third, read reviews in my followed websites.
I’ll mix up this three steps to make a final judge.

How would you like to see the ENnies change? What should remain inviolate?
Been more open to the community. Because the consumers who make the market what it is.
Every day, every week a group will set up a game in a table, and this make RPG great. Be open to new people, embrace a new generation and clean up the house for new products.

BONUS: (optional) If you were an RPG, what would it be and would you play it?
Warhammer Fantasy RPG 2ed. Oh yeah!

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