The Pathfinder version of the Scarred Lands Player’s Guide is done and will be going out soon! This project was an absolute blast to work on, as it’s a revision of my very first publication when I was still in college, many years ago. Check out the updated version and all the fun, new stuff we added!
If you’re interested in learning about writing for video games and you’re in the Atlanta area on Friday, May 27th, come see us at MomoCon! I’ll be speaking on a panel at 10:00am in room A-404-405 with a few other game industry veterans.
To be quite honest, we usually start out with a positive message about how to write good fiction for video games, but these things almost always devolve into trading horror stories from our time in the business. So, you’ll probably learn a few things but, for those of you hoping to get into making games someday, you’ll might just begin to question that goal.
The one thing I can promise, however, is that it’s going to be a lot of fun! See you all at MomoCon!
One of the projects I’m currently working on in my sparse free time is a book of 10 new classes for Pathfinder. Now, instead of trying to go wild with how far I can stretch the rules or reinvent the wheel by modifying the existing classes, what I’m aiming to do is “fill in the blanks,” so to speak, by making classes that I think the official Paizo material has overlooked.
For example, the tinker: a staple of the fantasy genre that somehow got overlooked in official material. The same goes for a dedicated shapeshifter class, one that’s not tied to arcane magic or druidic ideology.
For this project, the art is being supplied by the phenomenally talented Eric Kenney, and when it’s done, it’s going up on DriveThruRPG. If you’re interested in play-testing this material, send me a message and I’ll hand out SRD-style first drafts as soon as they’re ready!
Thanks to the great people at Onyx Path, this awesome fantasy RPG setting is making a big comeback! It’s a project that’s dear to me, as I worked on it both last year and 15 years ago. As my first publication in the RPG business, it launched my career as a professional writer and game developer. Check it out!
For those of you who missed it, here’s the video of the panel we had at SIEGE.
Thanks to everyone who helped make this happen!
SIEGE was a blast! Thank you to everyone who attended and supported us at the Truly Great Level Design panel. Edge of Space is rocking along on Steam and the Binary Spark team has a working demo of Dungeoneers of Highwatch running on mobile devices.
My main project right now is the second novel, but I’m also working on another contract for Onyx Path, writing a series of adventures for the Pathfinder system. Also, in my abundant spare time (sarcasm), I’ve decided to write a supplement of “patch” archetypes for Pathfinder, options that, in my opinion, fix a lot of the troublesome issues with each class.
Just as a reminder for those of you who picked up Revenge Insurance lately, I could really use some more reviews on Amazon! Whether you liked the book or not, please take a few seconds to rate it and write down what you thought of it. As I’m sure everyone understands by now about the Internet, products live or die by their user reviews. Thank you so much!
If you’re in the Atlanta area in early October and you’re at all interested in video games, you should stop by SIEGE 2015! I’ll be speaking on a panel about level design on Saturday, October 10th, from 2-3pm. There’s a lot to do at this convention and it’s gotten progressively bigger and better every year!