#rpgaday2015 day 11 – favourite RPG writer

Day behind on this one – didn’t have much energy for blog posts, and I didn’t prep this one before hitting a field for the weekend.

I’m not sure what to say about this one. I don’t really have a favourite writer. I can name several, and say that they’ve done work I admire, but I’m not sure I can say that any one of them wrote something so profound it made me go “they’re my favourite RPG writer”.

So, to name a few: David Hill, Chuck Wendig, Stew Wilson. These are people who I know write good work, and who I have bought into projects knowing that they’re in the teams.

David Hill’s work on the second edition of Changeling: the Lost has made me want to play it and abandon the original entirely and that it isn’t ready yet actually aches a bit weight loss supplements that actually work.

Chuck Wendig is not only a fiction author, but he’s been involved in some of my favourite bits of work in the White Wolf games including WoD Mirrors and Geist: the Sin-Eaters.

Stew Wilson also worked on WoD Mirrors and Geist: the Sin-Eaters, as well as working on Shadows of the UK which has some of my favourite fluff text including the homage to some local Edinburgh residents.