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Priest of Desna

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Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Maps, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 1,213 posts (1,216 including aliases). 26 reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 alias.


Full Name

Jeff Ibach

Race

Human

Classes/Levels

Rogue 8/Dungeon Master 12

Gender

Male

Size

Medium

Age

45

Special Abilities

Run a great Pathfinder game under the most horrid conditions

Alignment

Lawful Neutral (enforcer, not follower)

Deity

My Wife

Location

Mt. Holly, NJ, USA

Languages

English, Draconic

Occupation

Call Center Team Leader / Alunmi d20 Freelance Writer

Homepage URL

n/a

Strength 12
Dexterity 16
Constitution 14
Intelligence 14
Wisdom 11
Charisma 15

About DM Jeff

I have been playing (mostly DMing) Dungeons & Dragons in every incarnation since the red box set, first session January 1st 1980. I now play Pathfinder. I'm 45 years old, married to an awesome gamer, and have one 15 year old daughter and one 19 year old stepdaughter (yes, they both play Pathfinder and collect minis too). I have three of the best cats in the world. I live in Mount Holly, NJ.

When my wife and I were not acting as mild-mannered managing office folk from 2000 to 2005 we were involved in a number of d20 projects. I was the managing editor and writer on a number of d20 fantasy books from Alderac Entertainment Group and Troll Lord Games among others. My wife and I wrote and developed AEG's Toolbox, which went on to win the silver ENnie that year at GenCon. Since then we've written it's follow-up, Ultimate Toolbox, in 2009.

I currently run three Pathfinder games: a weekly Pathfinder campaign, triweekly Pathfinder Society sessions, and a biweekly weekday Girl's Game.

Jeff Ibach’s d20 Design Credits
 
Playtesting group coordinator:
Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting Hardcover: Wizards of the Coast
Oriental Adventures Hardcover: Wizards of the Coast
Forge of Fury module: Wizards of the Coast
 
Contributing author and d20 mechanics editing and proofing:
Mercenaries: Alderac Entertainment Group
Magic: Alderac Entertainment Group
Warlords of the Accordlands RPG: Alderac Entertainment Group
World’s Largest Dungeon: Alderac Entertainment Group
 
Project Manager, lead writer, editing and d20 mechanics technician:
Toolbox: Alderac Entertainment Group (winner of 2003 Silver ENnie)
Cities & Settlements: Troll Lord Games
Guilds: Alderac Entertainment Group
Secrets: Alderac Entertainment Group
Adventure I and II: Alderac Entertainment Group
Ultimate Toolbox: Alderac Entertainment Group

Editor and d20 mechanics technician:
Librum Equitis Volume 1: Mystic Eye Games
The Canting Crew hardcover: Troll Lord Games
Dark Druids adventure: Troll Lord Games
Heart of Glass adventure: Troll Lord Games
St. Anton's Fire: Troll Lord Games
Wild Spellcraft: Mystic Eye Games & Natural 20 Press


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