Trying to find traction in my pursuit of academic scholarship is quite daunting at times. There are just so many people in the world doing so many interesting things, and it often feels like an endless catching up with the many experts of today. What I do know is my childhood aspiration to tell stories through video games drives me on this adventure of discovery. What I didn’t know was how many communities of thought there would be along the way: communities that care about stories, communities that care about games, communities that care about stories in games. (It keeps me constantly feeling like the “the new kid” in school.) And what I take away from this last conference is a new collaboration of interesting research questions that I could’ve very well been working on. Not that I’m second guessing the path I’m currently on, but rather, I look forward to bringing my own discoveries to the intersection of all these communities. So, let me share a little bit of what I learned about the Digital Humanities community.