Our Team

A perfect collision of movie nerds and gaming nerds
 

D. Todd Scott

Owner

Dave is a serial entrepreneur and a self proclaimed geek. Mr. Scott has been a marketing executive for several High tech companies including Twitter and Amazon. Most recently he was the Founder and CEO of Laughly - an on-demand comedy streaming app acquired by Laugh Out Loud.

Favorite Action Film: Die Hard

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Sigfried Trent

Game Designer

Sig is an accomplished game designer with multiple publications. He is best known for his Advanced Feats series and as chief editor of the Netbook of Feats.

Favorite Action Film: Big Trouble in Little China

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Kim Christian Frandsen

Writer

Kim is an accomplished writer with over 100 publications under his belt. He has published campaigns and resource guides for Pathfinder and Starfinder from Paizo Publishing as well as numerous other publishers.

Favorite Action Film: Escape from New York

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Bora Haxhirai

Layout Designer

Bora is a professional graphic designer who has designed a significant amount of books in the past. She is an active player of Dungeons and Dragons, World of Darkness and an avid Larper (who is usually the evil NPC).

Favorite Action Film: Blade Runner (1982)

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Jeff Grubb

Design Consultant

Jeff is an award-winning game designer and best-selling novelist. He has worked for TSR, Wizards of the Coast, and ArenaNet, and his designs include Manual of the Planes, Forgotten Realms, Dragonlance, Marvel Super Heroes, Spelljammer, Guild Wars, and D20 Modern.

Favorite Action Film: Ice Station Zebra

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Chris “Goober” Ramsley

Game Designer

Goober has been homebrewing since they picked up their first D&D books with 3rd edition’s release. Their 5th edition content includes system hacks like the Companion System and Dramatic Chases, which can be found on the Dungeon Masters Guild.

Favorite Action Film: Mad Max: Fury Road

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Michele Carter

Lead Editor

Michele Carter began her career as an editor for TSR in 1992. She’s been working on D&D projects ever since and still considers it the best job in the world. She lives in Maryland with her husband Bill Slavicsek and an increasingly vocal elder cat.

Favorite Action Film: Die Hard

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Inez Munoz Diaz

Character Designer

Ines is an artist that has illustrated for several fanzines for “La Forja de Escribas” and the RPG “Nevanizhu”. She has done countless character designs for RPG players, including herself.

Favorite Action Film: Snatch

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Stan!

Producer

Stan! is an accomplished cartoonist, novelist, and former West End Games, TSR, and Wizards of the Coast game designer. He’s worked on teams developing RPGs for Star Wars, Dragonlance, Forgotten Realms, Ravenloft, Marvel Super Heroes, Pokémon, and D20 Modern.

Favorite Action Film: Aliens

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Steve Miller

Campaign Designer

Steve is a former staff editor and designer for Wizards of the Coast, West End Games. He has worked on properties such as Star Wars, Ravenloft, and Dragonlance. Along the way, he’s written comics, short stories, and authored

Favorite Action Film: The Mechanic (1972)

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The Noir Enigma

Community Manager

Noir is a voice actor, streamer, musician and improvisor. He is the host of Critical Misses' Morning Ritual, creator and Game Master for Kobold Presses Into the Southlands, Magpies Second City Saviors and The producer for Rivals of Waterdeep

Favorite Action Film: Highlander

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Cameron Chiara

Writing Intern

Cameron has been playing role-playing games since she was a college freshman, and has been a lifelong fantasy writer. She is currently a creative writing major at the University of Colorado, Boulder.

Favorite Action Film: Venom

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We’re hiring!

We’re here to create an amazing ecosystem of modern-day roleplaying games. We’re looking for exceptional designers and writers to help bring these worlds to life.

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