About

My name is Michael Ghan, and I am 19 years old. From the time I was born I’ve been surrounded by roleplaying games, as my dad and his buddies all regularly gathered to play the tabletop Dungeons and Dragons as well as Warhammer 40k (both of which are still played in this house frequently). When I was four and the first edition of Everquest was released, my father would allow me to play his characters, often using me to practice his tradeskills and make small amounts of money on the side.

After 19 years of immersion in the gaming world and 15 years of experience with online and tabletop gaming, I’ve come across countless players who have no idea what they are doing. This is why I started this blog; to teach new players how to play their games and to offer mutual advice to other skilled players like myself. I sincerely hope each and every gamer has something to walk away with from this blog!

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2 Responses to “About”

  1. […]  about MMOs and gaming.  So it came as a pleasant surprise to find comments by fellow blogger, Michael Ghan author of another MMO blog called Professor MMO, where he plans to share his many years of […]

  2. […] friends online in Rift,  and it made me think about what makes MMOs so addicting and popular.  Michael Ghan, the fellow blog author of Professor MMO, was joined by his family and we all had a blast, […]

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