Tune in to the Sigil Entertainment Twitch Channel (https://www.twitch.tv/sigil_entertainment) this THURSDAY (May 28, 2020) at 7PM Eastern / 4PM Pacific. We’ll be playing CLOCKWORK RUN, a D&D 5e adventure I wrote specifically for Sigil Spotlight.
(Readers of GEARS OF FAITH might recognize a few characters and settings.)
Eugene Marshall of Arcanist Press will DM, and I’ll be playing. I hope to see you there! If you miss it, it’ll be up on Sigil Entertainment’s YouTube channel, direct link to be provided in this space.
I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be appearing in weekly streaming tabletop roleplaying games on Twitch. Introducing Sigil Spotlight — a program that spotlights TTRPG content creators, playing each others’ creations, brought to you by a collaboration between Sigil Entertainment and Arcanist Press.
My stream will air Thursdays at 7pm Eastern, 4pm Pacific, on the Sigil Entertainment Twitch Stream. Join us on Thursday, April 16 for some D&D 5th Edition, meet some great, creative game creators, and have some fun! We’ve got a lot of exciting adventures coming up.
If you can’t join us live, the games will be archived at this link: Sigil Entertainment’s YouTube Channel.
This weekend I’ll be attending Bookwyrm Gaming Convention in Fresno, a friendly little free gaming con at Woodward Park Library. I’ll be running both adventures I’ve written: Pathfinder’s PFS #09-22 (Grotto of the Deluged God) and D&D 5e’s DDAL #08-15 (Forge of Fangs). I’ll also be talking about writing for games, with the awesome Kate Baker.
I love Bookwyrm because it supports gaming and the local community and literacy. Bookwyrm debuted my novel Gears of Faith two years ago, playtested my adventure last year, and I’m always excited to come back.
I’m pleased to announce that my D&D Adventurers League adventure, FORGE OF FANGS (DDAL 08-15) is now available for purchase at the DM’s Guild website. You can get the PDF, for hours of fun, for a mere $4.99.
I’ll be running this adventure for the first time at the upcoming Bookwyrm Gaming Convention, coming to Woodward Park Library in Fresno, CA the weekend of April 6-7, 2019.
My contact info is on the main page of the blog if you’d like to chat about having me come out and run this adventure for your organization or convention. 🙂
I’ve been a D&D player since Mr. Lawrence, my third-grade teacher, introduced us to the game in class. I’m over the moon to have the chance to officially be a part of the world and its lore.
If you play it, please drop me a line and tell me about it!
I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve signed on with Wizards of the Coast to write an adventure for the Dungeons and Dragons Adventurers League!
I can’t share much at this time, but:
- I’m really excited to have the chance to be cruel to a whole new audience of players!
- I’ll share more news here on my website as I can.
- As with my Pathfinder PFS scenario, I’ll be happy to run it for your gaming group / convention if you help me get to you.
Additionally, for those who got here through my newsletter and were promised that they could “find out more” at this link:
- The adventure will be available in PDF format at the Dungeon Masters Guild.
- It will probably involve humanoids and/or monsters, and at least one quest.
- I’ll be working with some very talented designers.
- If you print out the adventure, I’ll be happy to sign it for you.
- EEEEEE, I’M WRITING FOR D&D! My inner 8-year-old, who first learned D&D in Mr. Lawrence’s 3rd grade class, is bouncing off the walls. 🙂
Subscribe to my mailing list to get more info as soon as it’s available.
The bad news: unfortunately, I’m not able to make it to DragonCon this weekend for personal reasons. I was excited to be an Attending Professional, with programming! And to debut my awesome General Leia cosplay. But, hopefully they’ll have me back next year.
The good news: I’m able to attend StrategiCon here in LA, where I’ll be running the Pathfinder Society scenario I wrote (at least two tables of it) and playing other assorted games.
Next year in Atlanta, my friends!