The Serpent and the Scepter

Ravenloft: Dark Tales and Disturbing Legends was published by Sword & Sorcery Studios for Dungeons & Dragons 3E.

Credits: Chapter Five: The Bride, and related materials in the DM’s Appendix.

Notes: My first–but hopefully not last–professional appearance within the Mists. 😀

The Scarred Lands Campaign Setting: Campaign Setting: Termana was published by Sword & Sorcery Studios for Dungeons & Dragons 3E.

Credits: Chapter Two: Religions of Termana; co-developer of the entire work

Notes: My first official development gig for a project I didn’t propose/create myself. I took over the development process halfway through, when scheduling conflicts required Joe Carriker to move on to other projects.

Creature Collection III: Savage Bestiary was published by Sword & Sorcery Studios for Dungeons & Dragons 3E.

Credits: The Eyedra, the Seraphic Creature template, and the Spontaneous Golems.

Echoes of the Past was published by Sword & Sorcery Studios for Dungeons & Dragons 3E.

Credits: Various Slarecian ruins, traps, and features.

Serpent in the Fold was published by Sword & Sorcery Studios for Dungeons & Dragons 3E.

Credits: Chapter One: Eve of the Taurosphinx; Chapter Two: The Ruins of Sky Keep

Notes: In addition to being my first Sword & Sorcery Studios project, this book introduces Ilkuthsra, the Autumn King, perhaps one of the best villains I’ve ever personally created. (In my humble and totally unbiased opinion, naturally.) One of my primary goals is to have the opportunity to tell his true story in future works.

Although this book is technically Part One of the Serpent Amphora Cycle, a previous adventure can be downloaded for free at the SSS web site. (I didn’t write any of it, but I figured I’d make it available to you.) You can download it here: The Serpent Amphora.

The Serpent and the Scepter

Credits: Introduction; Chapter One: Audience with the Archfiend; Chapter Two: The Tomb of Marilvaz the Scribe; Appendix: Feats, Spells and Rituals

Notes: A rather important chunk of text was cut from the Introduction during production. You can find it here: The Serpent and the Scepter Erata.