Mym’s Well is intended for gamers, literature lovers, and storytellers. You can expect to see articles for role playing games like Dungeons & Dragons, video game opinions, movie reviews, plot and story analysis, and more.
Mym is inspired by Mimir, a Norse figure revered for his intelligence and wisdom. In an exchange to prove himself worthy of Mimir’s knowledge, Odin took out his own eye and gave it to Mimir. From then on, everyone would know Odin has paid a high price to have access to Mym’s well of knowledge.
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Michael K. – Founder, Author @Onus111
A student of philosophy and psychology, he always wants to dig deeper into the meaning and motivation of story and the story teller. As an experienced Dungeon Master, he is always pushing for players to find the stories they want to tell, while also pushing himself to refine his craft. If he’s bugging you to debate and discuss, it’s because he genuinely wants to know what you think, and learn from a new perspective.
Joy F. – Editor, Author @joymakesstuff
If she isn’t lost in the world of a story, she’s analyzing the meaning and structure of the narrative. Joy’s passion for reading took her from devouring every book in the school library to a degree in English. While she enjoys exploring ideas through her own writing, her true love is in editing. Nothing beats the satisfaction of pushing a writer to their greatest potential. She also enjoys crafting, drawing, and snuggling her pets Peaches and Gamgee.
Heather J. – Author @Heather15147659
A lover of language and expression, her passion lies in character story and development. A budding DM herself, she uses her childhood loves of Dragonlance and Zelda to create her own perspective and story-telling style. Her other hobbies include rolling up new D&D characters daily (this woman knows the ins and outs of every class and race), and romancing cuties in RPG video games.
A wielder of code as well as bass, Sean is the guy you want to share a drink with, chill, and listen to a new song he’s been working on. When you’re with Sean, you’re either enjoying something he made in tech, or a great song or movie he suggested. Crafting bass-lines and websites isn’t his only love, as he’ll also be excited to talk about video games, or hitting your table with a newfound board game.