I haven’t mentioned in the blog yet that I’ve been doing editing and proofreading work for RPG products, and these are now seeing the light of day so it’s worth giving them a shout-out.
Chaosium has done a revised edition of Masks of Nyarlathotep, one of the RPG world’s most celebrated adventure campaigns, and I did the proofreading. It’s out in pdf now – a 666-page monstrosity of globe-spanning conspiracy! – with the print version due in a few weeks. The core writing team for the revision was all-British, including Scott Dorward who’s contributed material for Jaws of the Six Serpents.
I’ve also been working on a bunch of books (seven now!) for Modiphius’ Conan: Adventures in an Age Undreamed Of, doing editing and proofing. Originally kickstarted, they set out to produce a major resource for enthusiasts of the most iconic sword and sorcery hero, covering phases of Conan’s life as barbarian, thief, pirate, etc, and aspects of the world Robert E Howard created, like ruins and horrors. You can find the pdfs here – plenty so far, many more to come.
If you’d like some help with editing or system design for a tabletop RPG project, do get in touch.