Oak Park Michigan: 05.13.2019: Tri Tac Legacy (TTL)
Longshot Productions, designer of the Bureau 13: Stalking the Night Fantastic Savage Worlds Edition has brought Josh Vogt on to their team. Vogt, a well-respected author and game designer has worked for Paizo, Privateer Press and more. Here is his official bio:
Josh Vogt has been published in dozens of markets with work covering fantasy, science fiction, horror, humor, pulp, and more. He also writes for a variety of RPG developers and publishers, such as Paizo, Privateer Press, Catalyst Game Labs, and Modiphius, producing game manuals and sourcebooks, campaigns and adventure modules, world-building materials and tie-in fiction. His novels include Pathfinder Tales: Forge of Ashes and his humorous urban fantasy series, The Cleaners, with Enter the Janitor, The Maids of Wrath, and The Dustpan Cometh. He’s a member of SFWA, the International Association of Media Tie-In Writers, and a Scribe Awards and Compton Crook Award finalist. You can find him at JRVogt.com or on Twitter @JRVogt.
Starting in May, fans of Bureau 13 on Facebook and Twitter can find our new social media pages. Facebook users can like www.Facebook.com/Bureau13SW. For Twitter, follow the Accidental Agents at @Bureau13W. Instagram coming soon!
Congratulations to Longshot Productions’ David Boop for an Origins Award nomination! Boop was part of the awesome team that developed the Flash Gordon RPG for Pinnacle Entertain Group’s Savage Worlds. Lead by Scott A. Woodard, Boop contributed to Kingdoms of Mongo with Anthony Pryor, Simon Lucas, John Goff, Preston DuBose, Randy Mosiondz, and Ed Wetterman.
For more information and interview requests regarding Bureau 13: Stalking the Night Fantastic Savage Worlds edition specifically, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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