Check out Sirens: Battle of the Bards Game Writers
Today, I am pleased to fulfill a Twitter promise to share information about the professional game writers who worked on the Sirens: Battle of the Bards campaign book. My fellow contributors, Theo and Grady from The Gallant Goblin, have also been collecting links. You can find that additional information here.
Not sure what a game writer does? Please keep in mind that a game writer’s work is never just “words on a page.” In addition to meetings, correspondence, edits, research, and verbal/written approvals, a game writer’s efforts may include creating characters, dialogue, rules, factions, locations, adventures, guidance, etc. for a new setting or within an existing IP. Word counts never reflect the amount of effort required.
This list of the game writing professionals (presented in alphabetical order by first name) isn’t exhaustive and, to my knowledge, only covers the talented content and guest writers who contributed to the project.
On to links! I’ve either linked to our websites or social media for you to check out. If available, I’ve added a direct way to support us, too. Am I missing something? Please help! If you’d like to help flesh out missing or incorrect information, kindly add links in the comments. I’ll make corrections as time allows. Thanks!
Chris Funk: Chris’s Twitter
Crystal Mazur: Crystal’s Website
Deborah Ann Woll: Deborah’s Twitter
Joseph Asphahani: Joseph’s Website
Megan Mackie: Megan’s Website
Michael Oldjev: Michael’s Twitter
Mitch Iverson: Mitch’s Twitter
Nerdarchy: Nerdarchy’s Website
Raymond Jenkins: Ray’s Twitch Channel (Updated)