William Kennish Jr. – Creator.

Website Details – World Scripting, Core Book 2016-05-31 14-58-40
HEY EVERYONE!  I am so freaking excited about the progress we’ve made.  We have a website, did you see the shiny website?  Anyway, first off, my thanks to everyone involved in this project.  I could not have made it this far without you.  To those of you who like this system, I’m glad you enjoy it.  To those of you who don’t, no worries, I knew fully well going into it, that no system is for everyone.  I take no offense.
 
Anyway, if you live in the Newport News area of Virginia, or even remotely close to it, feel free to contact me about joining a game.  I currently run several games a week, and I love meeting new people and new players on a regular basis.  Even if I don’t have a game going on, I always know people who do, and I have no problem helping get people involved and together.  Even if you aren’t a local, you’re always welcome to contact me with questions, or if you want to play some games online or whatever works.  I enjoy a bunch of games, from FPS games, to MMOs, and more.
 
So, I also want to give a noteworthy thanks to several special people in my life.  First is to Kea, to whom I have felt encouraged and loved (and sometimes beaten) through this whole process.  You’ll notice the picture in chapter one of someone cowering being hit in the head by a book.  Well that picture is based on me and Kea, and it’s pretty accurate to her form of encouragement.  But it works, and that’s what counts.  So my thanks, and love to her.
 
Second, I want to send my deepest thanks to Ema.  This project would be impossible without his support.  Not to mention his original character sheets have helped me countless times across countless games.  He has been an incredible support this whole time, and I really could not have done any of this without him.
 
Next are my parents.  My father has been on point, helping me with every legal question, and editing 90% of my work.  Something that I am extremely grateful for.  In addition, his inexperience with RPGs in general has helped tremendously.  I assume a lot in my writing, so when he steps back and points out stuff I take for granted, I realize how much more I need to explain and detail things.  Which helps everyone else understand in the end.  As for my mother, she has always been supportive of anything I do, and while she doesn’t have the time to help directly, I am no fool to the amount of support she casts my way.  Both in the literal and metaphoric sense.  So my thanks to both of my parents.
 
Then there’s Jodie.  Calm, collected and level headed.  Where would I be without her?  She’s my art director, and one of my best friends.  She’s helped me through thick and thin, and has been there for some of my worst and best times.  Always she has a collected presence, and is able to think rationally about the situation, even when I snap or loose my temper.  I am very grateful for her support (not to mention, she does some great artwork and keeps the team together).  Thank you Jodie for everything!
 
Last but not least, is Bryan.  He has helped out with both the website, and designing a character generator as well.  Very useful, and I am very thankful for the time spent towards it.  He’s helped me out several times before, but this particular project was personal, and much larger scale than the others, so I’m very happy to have his support on board.  Thank you as always!
 
So that’s about it for now.  I can’t wait to see where this goes, and honestly I’m super excited about the prospects and what not ahead of us.  I will hopefully see you guys in the forums, or via e-mail – Arteragorn@worldscripting.com.  Take care, and may you always roll pluses!