Paizo Publishing Hires Sean K Reynolds
Co-Author of the 3.5 Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting to join Paizo as a developer
Paizo announced today the hiring of Sean K Reynolds as a developer on the Pathfinder™ and Pathfinder Chronicles™ lines of Adventure Paths, modules, and support materials all compatible with the 3.5 edition of the world's most popular roleplaying game.
"I am incredibly excited to work for Paizo," said Sean K Reynolds. "They have a strong relationship with the gaming community and an obvious respect for their work. On a personal level I think the Paizo staff are great people, and I'm looking forward to joining the team!"
"From my very first day at Wizards to every Monday night in Monte Cook's Ptolus campaign, Sean Reynolds has been a constant presence in my RPG career," said Paizo's Publisher, Erik Mona. "I'm thrilled to bring him to Paizo. His strong rules knowledge and boundless creativity will help position Paizo and Pathfinder as leaders in the RPG business for years to come."
Sean K Reynolds was born in a coastal town in southern California. A professional game designer since 1998, he's best known for his work on the Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting, Greyhawk, and the 3rd edition Monster Manual. He spends his free time reading, painting miniatures, and writing three-sentence biographies.
Sean's gaming credits include the Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting, Magic of Faerûn, Living Greyhawk Gazetteer, Dark Matter, Monster Manual (3rd edition), Fiend Folio, Champions of Valor and Savage Species.
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