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Contributor. Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules Subscriber. 2,109 posts (2,159 including aliases). 7 reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 4 aliases.


Full Name

Stephen Shane Greer

Race

Human

Classes/Levels

Bard 3/Cleric 2/Expert (Writer) 12

Gender

Male

Size

Medium

Age

40

Special Abilities

Collaborating, Writing, Calm Emotions at will (usually on his daughter), Defy Sleep, Miniature Painting

Alignment

Lawful Good

Deity

The Only Real One

Location

Las Vegas, Nevada (or perhaps Avernus with casinos... take your pick)

Languages

English, some German, some Spanish, baby gibberish

Occupation

Small Business Owner, Freelance Writer, Father (Yes. Being a father is WORK!)

Strength 11
Dexterity 12
Constitution 11
Intelligence 15
Wisdom 14
Charisma 17

About Steve Greer

Stephen S. Greer has authored and co-authored the Dungeon Magazine adventures and articles “Fiend’s Embrace” (Dungeon 121), “Tides of Dread” & “Backdrop: Farshore” (Dungeon 143), “The Seeds of Sehan” adventure arc (Dungeon 145-147), and “In the Shadows of Spinecastle” (Dungeon 148). He has also appeared in Dragon 350 and 351 as a contributor to the Savage Tidings articles. He is the author of DCC #38 “Escape from the Forest of Lanterns” and “Heroes’ End” in DCC #48, The Adventure Continues), part of the popular Dungeon Crawl Classics by Goodman Games.

After Paizo Publishing moved on from the end of the print runs of Dungeon and Dragon, he has authored and co-authored the GameMastery/Pathfinder Modules "Gallery of Evil", "Sins of the Saviors", Part 5 of the Rise of the Runelords series (which put him up a level in Writer), The Demon Within, and LB1: Tower of the Last Baron. He has also contributed sections of the Pathfinder Chronicles Campaign Setting book and co-wrote Pathfinder Chronicles: Dark Markets - A Guide to Katapesh.

Other projects of his include Prisoner of the Castle Perilous a high-level adventure you can download from the Wizards of the Coast site, and the Goodman Games' system neutral inspirational books GM Gems: A Collection of Game Master Inspiration and PC Pearls: A Collection of Player Inspiration.

Steve is a founding member of the freelance writers' guild the WereCabbages, which includes such well-known members as Wolfgang Baur, Richard Pett, Greg Vaughan, and Nicolas Logue. Keep your eye out for many great new products from the WereCabbages with the killer cabbage logo on them!

Stephen S. Greer is an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. From 1989 to 1991 he served as a full-time missionary in the Jamaica, Kingston mission and fondly remembers the experiences he had among the good people there.

On September 13, 2005, his life was forever changed when his daughter Alyssa was born. Possibly more clever and intelligent than both her parents combined, Alyssa keeps Steve constantly on his toes and makes him wonder how he was ever happy without her.

When not writing rpg material, Steve makes a living as a professional process server in Nevada with his company, Lightning Process.


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