Nov 142009
 

Gangs of FreeportGangs of Freeport was published by Adamant Entertainment for for Dungeons & Dragons 3E.

Credits: Sole author.

Notes: One of several products licensed for Green Ronin’s Freeport campaign setting.

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Nov 032009
 

trial_echoed_souls

Trial of Echoed Souls was published by EN Publishing for Dungeons & Dragons 3E.

Credits: Acts I and II.

Notes: Forthcoming. Installment seven of the War of the Burning Sky campaign.

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Nov 042009
 

DawnforgeDawnforge was published by Fantasy Flight Games for Dungeons & Dragons 3E.

Credits: Kingsmarch and Syldanir

Notes: From the people who brought you Midnight, and many other excellent books. This is a really nifty looking campaign setting, one I’d be buying even if I wasn’t working on it. It’s also my first contract–but I very much hope not my last–with FFG. I’m honored they asked me to fill in on this one.

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hamunaptra

Egyptian Adventures: Hamunaptra was published by Green Ronin Publishing for Dungeons & Dragons 3E.

Credits: I wrote about 1/4 of this, scattered throughout the various sections.

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Nov 042009
 

Hero Snare

The Hero Snare was published by MonkeyGod Enterprises for Dungeons & Dragons 3E.

Credits: Sole author

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Nov 042009
 

Shadows Under ThessalaineShadows Under Thessalaine was published by MonkeyGod Enterprises for Dungeons & Dragons 3E.

Credits: Sole author

Notes: My first published D20 product. I’m honestly not sure if it’s still available in hard copy, but I know it is in PDF.

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Nov 042009
 

Doom of ListonshireThe Doom of Listonshire was published by Necromancer Games for Dungeons & Dragons 3E.

Credits: Sole author.

Notes: I’m delighted to count my name among the Necromancer Games’ authors. Necromancer’s got an incredible reputation in the industry for producing modules of the highest quality, and I can only hope that you folks feel mine is a worthy addition. I made every effort to make The Doom of Listonshire really feel like 1st edition modules, while still keeping all that’s best in 3E. It’s available through Kenzer, one of several companies with whom Necromancer has partnered.

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Nov 042009
 

tome_of_artifactsThe Tome of Artifacts was published by Necromancer Games for Dungeons & Dragons 3E.

Credits: Primary designer, and one of nearly a dozen contributing authors.

Notes: A co-production of Necromancer Games and Lion’s Den Press. I am insanely proud of the way this book came together. It was a heck of a lot of work, but I think it’s one of the single finest books I’ve worked on in the last few years.

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worlds_largest_dungeon

World’s Largest Dungeon was published by AEG for Dungeons & Dragons 3E.

Credits: Roughly 1/3 of Region O.

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Issue #311: “Faces of Faith: Variant Cleric Concepts”

 
Notes: These “variant clerics” are not prestige classes, but complete 20-level classes that can be used to augment or even replace the standard cleric in your campaign setting. One of the classes, the evangelist, is missing a paragraph of information. The class is supposed to receive additional domains as it advances, as expressed in the charts. These domains must be first come from among those offered by the deity. If the deity runs out of offered domains before the evangelist runs out of domains acquired, the remainder must be thematically appropriate to the god. (That is, an evangelist of a sun god might pick up the Fire Domain, even if it’s not truly one of the god’s domains, because it thematically fits. He could not pick up, say, Death or Water under most circumstances.)

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Issue #312: “The Ebon Maw”

 
Notes: My first article printed in Dragon that I actually proposed and submitted. (I was invited to write the previous article–and was quite thankful to be asked, in case you were wondering.) “The Ebon Maw” presents Turaglas the Devourer, a new demon lord. It includes his followers, their schemes, his history, his servitors, new spells, new items, a new domain… Just about everything you could want or need to incorporate some nasty evilness into your campaign.

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Issue #314: “Dust to Dust: Magic of the Earthborn”

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Issue #315: “Blackmoor: Guardians of the Docrae”

 
Notes: Issue #315 includes articles on many of the classic D&D campaign settings. Blackmoor was the very first, the creation of Dave Arneson back in the day. The Docrae are a race of warrior halflings; this article presents a prestige class that, while designed for their use, could certainly be fit into any campaign setting with halflings who have seen too much of war.

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Issue #331: “The Point of Pole-Arms”

 
Notes: I’m not the sole writer of this one. I proposed the article and wrote, oh, I’d guess roughly 2/3 of what’s there, give or take.

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Issue #336: “Birth of the Dead”

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