Being a record of my published works. Don’t feel obligated to buy anything, I’ve already made what monies I will.
- The Wasting of Duny Slough (with Ron Lundeen) from Headless Hydra Games. An introductory adventure for the Mor Aldenn campaign setting and the Viridian Legacy adventure path. Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Copmpatible.
- Monstrous Races: Second Horde from Purple Duck Games. A rules-heavy guide on building playable characters out of your favorite monstrous races. Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Compatible.
- Legendary Classes: The Rook from Purple Duck Games. A full 20-level base class. The rook’s abilities allow him to misdirect, enscorcell, alter perceptions, and more. What others call cheating, a rook calls opportunity.Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Compatible.
- “Dancing Brooms, Scittering Sconces” for Kobold Quarterly #16. Expand your options for animated objects with a more advanced trait system, additional traits, and earlier access to animating magic. Pathfinder Roleplaying GameCompatible.
- Gaiants Discovered (primary author) from Headless Hydra Games. Gaiants are reclusive forest dwelling tree-like creatures of both fey and giant descent. A fully-supported playable race for the Mor Aldenn campaign setting.Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Compatible.
- The Clockworker (developer, editor) by M. J. Nixon for Headless Hydra Games. A clockwork-based reskin of the summoner base class, but with plenty of unique options. Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Compatible.
- Neo Exodus: A House Divided (contributing author) from Louis Porter Jr. Design. A distopian fantasy/future setting of ruthless politics, where actions are dictated as much by the past as they are the present. Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Compatible.
- 80 Awesome Feats… and 2 Crappy Ones (contributing author) from Purple Duck Games. A collection of feats. I’m responsible for the two crappy ones. Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Compatible.
- “The Journal of Falrynthesal Haramdass” and “The Way of the Seekers” for Lost Leaves from the Inn of Last Home from Sovereign Press. I was never paid for this, so screw Margaret Weis.