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|Occupation||Art Lead + Technical Artist|
|Location||Culver City, CA, United States|
|Introduction||Jeremy Putnam is an Art Lead at Riot Games with a background in rigging, tool development, and animation. He manages artists on a League of Legends content team, helping to grow artists to tackle new challenges and stretch their current roles. Outside work, JP enjoys tabletop gaming, PC gaming, digital painting, and playing guitar.|
|Interests||Game Design, Game Art, Animation, Concept Art, Video games, Tabletop Games, Dungeons and Dragons, Philosophy, Symbolism, Tropes, Psychology, Identity, Logic, Myth|
|Favorite Movies||Baraka, Princess Mononoke, Usual Suspects, Snatch, Paprika, Equilibrium, The Matrix, The Animatrix, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Starwars IV: A New Hope, Lion King, Prince of Egypt|
|Favorite Music||Jack White, Radiohead, Serj Tankian, Postal Service, Bright Eyes, Blues Traveler, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Linkin Park, O-Zone, Basshunter, Scooter, Aqua, Coldplay, Blink 182, Electric Light Orchestra|
|Favorite Books||Hero With a Thousand Faces, Game of Thrones, Book of the Dun Cow, Demian, Siddhartha, Dragon Riders of Pyrn, Stranger in a Strange Land, Fellowship of the Ring, Strunk and White's Elements of Style, Animator's Survival Guide|
Your bow is not broken but you've run out of arrows. How can you fake being a bard?
This reads like a puzzle with an expected answer, which is my least favorite kind of puzzle. You're probably fishing for something like turning the bow into an instrument: "use the bow on a fiddle," or, "attach a turtle shell to make a Chinese Erhu." (Google it.) My answer is, "Since a bard's only proficient with a short-bow anyway, go get a rapier. It will seem more iconic."