With my interest in tabletop gaming growing, I have expanded from fiction writing to the writing of RPGs. By basically being a merge of fiction and improv theater, RPGs really are phenomenal storytelling and entertainment devices. However, when I write an adventure to run, I make sure to write it all down, as well as make the props I need; for once it's all sealed within a manila envelope, it can be pulled out at any moment for an impromptu RPG adventure. Because there's no reason not to make it replayable with a different crowd!

The systems I am interested in are primarily Call of Cthulhu, as well as Dark Heresy and Dungeons & Dragons 3.5. In addition, I have always wanted to have a Magic: the Gathering roleplaying game, so I have made one myself. I have yet to run a M:tG RPG, but once the chance makes itself apparent, I will gladly jump on it! Below are a list of all the adventures that I have written, or am writing. In addition to the one-sentence summary, I have linked to the Adventure Outline and included a roster of who has played, and when. If you are interested in the GM's documents for any of these, just email me; obviously I can't put it online, because spoilers!

Call of Cthulhu: "Under the Pyramid"

A group of Columbia grad students go on a research trip to the Yucatan peninsula to investigate a mysterious Mayan pyramid which has recently appeared there...

Group One (3/31/12): Tim B, Kyle R, Cici C, Todd C

Group Two (8/9/12): Cici C, Laura C, Samantha E, Doug N

Call of Cthulhu: "Whispers in the Dark"

When some backpackers from the Miskatonic Outing Club discover a secret hidden within an old, abandoned, farmhouse, they discover that they are not alone...

Group One (2/9/13): Lindsay D, Kyle R, Tyler H, Abigail C

Group Two (2/10/13): Eli D, William B, Laura C, Thomas K, Katherine K, Stefan Davatz