Babyjosus: What does it mean to you now you are officially part of BG?
LawAndOtter: It’s really great to join a team of folks who care about Gwent and about each other. The first meeting I was on was like joining a group that’s been hanging out at the bar together for years, in the best possible way.
BJ: What made you join team BG?
LAO: There was a call on Reddit for contributors, and I answered. I love the Gwent community, but I’ve been a bit of a lurker for a while now. I tend to be pretty quiet in person, and that carries over to online. I’m excited to be giving back to the Gwent community.
BJ: What can people expect from you now you are on BG?
LAO: Lots of articles, especially beginner’s guides and strategy deep dives. I’ve played CCGs all my life (MTG player back in the 90’s when things were still simple). Gwent is by far my favorite digital CCG, and it’s all because the strategy involved is so rich. I love thinking and talking about strategy in Gwent, and I’m thrilled to move forward those discussions in my role as a writer.
BJ: How well suited do you think you are to the life of an article writer for BG?
LAO: I love writing, and I love Gwent, so it’s a good fit. Whenever I pick up a new deck (meta or meme), I always think about how I would write a deck guide. That improves my play and makes me think about the deck better. My mind’s always turning things over in Gwent, so now I just have to start typing.
BJ: What message would you give to the supporters of BG?
LAO: Thank you for your support of Bandit Gang! I would say that whatever you want to see from your Gwent content creators, don’t hesitate to speak up! We’re all passionate about the game, and if there’s something you’d like to see more of, someone on the team would love to make it a reality.
You can find out more about LawAndOtter here.