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Rampant speculation is rampant.
Highly doubtful. Paizo won’t comment, because it’s either a disciplinary matter or a private citizen who is no longer an employee’s personal business. Sutter and Wes might choose to drop by. I suspect their answers are “no”, based on comments elsewhere, but that’s up to them to clarify.
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James Sutter (with whom I am unaffiliated) posted this on EnWorld when they were speculating:
Honestly, folks, I was just ready for a change. Thirteen years is a long time for anyone to work in the same place these days. For me, I felt like, between Starfinder and Pathfinder, I'd done most of what I wanted to do in the RPG industry, and I wanted to put more of those 40+ hours a week toward writing novels and comics. I know I shocked a lot of my coworkers with the timing (Starfinder's one of the biggest hits the company's ever had, and I'm leaving right as the proverbial money truck is backing up to the loading dock), but when I decide to do something, I hate dallying, and I wouldn't want to stay Creative Director if my heart wasn't 100% in it. Starfinder is still my baby, and I want what's best for it. So it seemed best to go out on a high note, and this Gen Con was nothing if not a high note! I'm confident that Rob McCreary and the rest of the team will do great things with the game, and I hope to still get to write for it in the future!
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