Carpet, tile, and hardwood sales would be my future for a time. A friend ran a store in town and offered me a job. Flooring was none of these things so I jumped at the chance. I was terrible.
I had a degree in English and Philosophy. I stuck it out though and supplemented my income by selling liquor a few days a week. It seemed my fate was to join many other Philosophy majors and do nothing with my training. I thought about it for all of 3 seconds before working up my first pitch. A little under a year later, my first book, The Quintessential Witch, hit the shelves.
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There were probably more companies than there were writers and thus it proved a perfect time to break into the industry. Now I was no stranger to gaming. That little adventure changed my world forever. I was hungry and figured out enough from the adventure to design my first roleplaying game. My Dad noticed and when he went off to a publishing convention he worked for a famous Bible publisher in Nashville , he talked with a TSR rep, who I imagine might have been Gary Gygax. My father told him that I was designing my own games, so the TSR fellow, in a deft and generous move, gave him a stack of books and adventures.
I had everything but the rules of the game. Luckily, a trip to the bookstore and meeting my soon-to-be Dungeon Master Landon, put the Red Box in my hands and my first character in my imagination.
Creating the character was far less interesting than talking about comics, yet when we broke out the dice the next week and played the first game, I was hooked for life. This all happened at a time when conspiracy theories about Satanism gripped the nation. Certain members of my family bought into the hype and thought my soul was in peril. So I stepped into a much wider world of RPGs. I played everything I could. Other books in the series. Books by Robert J. Trivia About Drow of the Under Gwendolyn F. Caves Of Shadow.
Uses a different dice system. Keith Polster. The Shattered Gates of Slaughtergarde. David Noonan. Barrow of the Forgotten King. Shadows of the Last War. Richard Baker. Ranked 12th greatest adventure of all time.
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Whispers of the Vampire's Blade. Fantastic Locations: Fane of the Drow. Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil. Fantastic Locations: The Frostfell Rift. Eyes of the Lich Queen. Stephen Schubert. Grasp of the Emerald Claw. Expedition to Castle Ravenloft. Bruce R. Voyage of the Golden Dragon. Nicolas Logue. Fortress of the Yuan-Ti.
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Fantastic Locations: Fields of Ruin. Richard Pett. Expedition to the Ruins of Greyhawk. World of Greyhawk. Fantastic Locations: Hellspike Prison.
Expedition to the Demonweb Pits. Wolfgang Baur and Gwendolyn F. Fantastic Locations: Dragondown Grotto. Heart of Nightfang Spire.
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Lord of the Iron Fortress. Andy Collins. Bastion of Broken Souls. Fantastic Locations: City of Peril. Robert Holzmeier. Edward Bolme. David Eckelberry. Eric Haddock. Owen K. Rich Redman. Ramon Arjona.
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