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Do you know Sheena Colbath? Come inside for an introduction.

Hello all, today we talk about Sheena Colbath, a woman with a varied resume and skill set. She is a board member for ChupacabraCon in Austin, considered to be the premiere tabletop RPG convention in Texas. In addition, she has created 1Up Branding where she works to help gamUniversal Pool System from D3 Adventuresing and tech people and companies with their branding and marketing.

For D3 Adventures, she wrote Escape From the Lazurite Mines, an adventure that utilizes a very early quickstart version of the Universal Pool System rules and is a part of the Adventure! product line. Those same quickstart rules she had a hand in authoring as well.

 

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Do you know Marc Braden? Come inside for an introduction.

 

 

 

 

Today we introduce Marc Braden. Like Eric before him, Marc is a new comer to D3 Adventures with only a single published title under his belt. Like most of our new talent he cut his teeth on a Tangent!, specifically The Grey Man of Chapel Weir. He is currently working on an upcoming Adventure! Let Sleeping Giants Lie.

Where Marc goes from here is unknown, though there have been rumors of his working on a setting for our upcoming Universal Pool System, called Shattered Earth.System Agnostic game adventure

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Do You Know Curtis Baum?

Do you know Curtis Baum? Come inside for an introduction.

Today we take a look at Curtis Baum. He is easily the most prolific writer among the D3 Adventurers and it has earned him the title of Senior Line Developer. He has the helm on four product lines (Adventure!, Extras!, Romp!,  and Tangent!) with a fifth (Rcane’s Guides that are Pathfinder compatible and 5th Edition) on the way.

Curtis has been playing various role-playing games since he was a child. Initially starting with Dungeons and Dragons (boxed set), he quickly diversified to several different game systems.

His first published work was an internet fan collection which dated back to at least 1996, The Gallery of Magical Blades, where he contributed a holy sword. Since then, he has been a contributing author, author, and editor on over a dozen projects, most within the last 5 years. His list of credits is rather extensive, even before he started with D3 Adventures.

Today, he works from home and teaches his two daughters the fine art of gaming. He games an average of twice per week, including online. He currently plays Pathfinder, Shadowrun, and Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition. He organizes table-top gaming at Salt Lake Gaming Con, Salt Lake Fan X, and Salt Lake Comic Con in Utah, and attends several others.  He is always looking for a good game. His older daughter (Jean, and our next featured D3 Adventurer) is learning to drive, and going to community college full time. She is a GM in Pathfinder Society. His younger daughter just started learning to code HTML and CSS as a summer project. But she is really a ranger at heart with a great love for rabbits and cats.

Be sure to join us next Monday when we learn more about fledgling author; Jean Baum.

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Do You Know Christi Baum?

Do you know Christi Baum? Come inside for an introduction.

Christi has had a long journey into the game industry and nerd-dom in general. Her launching off point for tabletop games happened in 1992 when she was introduced by her future husband, one Curtis Baum, more about him later. The duo traveled together through the realms that had been Forgotten, the world of the Dragonlance as well as long sessions Everquesting together. Now Christi works alongside Curtis as editor and layout artist and when not fixing Curtis’ grammar, she’s maintaining this very website and spreading the gospel of D3 Adventures across the social media sphere and making sure that our releases are properly uploaded to the various online stores.

To say that she has become an invaluable asset to the team would be an understatement.

Christi’s editorial and layout work can be seen throughout the Adventure!, Tangent!, Extras!, and Romp! product lines. In addition, she is currently working on the layout for the upcoming release of the PoD version of Quantum Collapse.

Be sure to join us next Monday when we learn more about our Senior Line Developer; Curtis Baum.