Richard Green has been playing D&D since 1980, running the game in all five editions, as well as plenty of other RPGs. In 2014, he published Parsantium: City at the Crossroads, a city sourcebook for use with the Pathfinder RPG and all editions of D&D, based on his long-running D&D campaign, and has since followed this up with further Parsantium products.
Freelance design credits include the Midgard Worldbook, Midgard Heroes Handbook and Midgard Bestiary for 4th Edition D&D (Kobold Press) and work on the So What… and Village Backdrop series for Raging Swan Press.
Richard lives in London with his wife Kate and two cats. When he’s not playing and writing roleplaying stuff, he likes to watch Crystal Palace FC try to win football matches. His other blog, At the Sign of the Green Man, is here.
GAME DESIGN CREDITS
Midgard Worldbook – co-author
Midgard Heroes Handbook for 5th Edition – co-author
Midgard Bestiary for 4th Edition D&D – co-author with Brian Liberge
Bonus Bestiary for 4th Edition D&D – co-author with Brian Liberge & Paul Baalham
Defenders of Midgard – co-author with Brian Liberge & Paul Baalham
Iron Gazetteer – co-author; wrote the Perils of the Mountains and Wonders of the Deep Caverns sections
Midgard Legends – Titus Patrascu, Fallen Paladin
Warlock #1 – Legacy of the Unhinged Gardeners
Warlock #2 – City of Blue Blocks, Haunted Giant, Necrotic Tick
Contributions to Open Design patron projects
Courts of the Shadow Fey – Margreve shadow mastiffs & Herzogin Rosali Svenk, Pale Witch of the Umbral Marches
Halls of the Mountain King (4e) – monster & trap conversions
Six Arabian Nights – Green Monkey coffee shop
Wrath of the River King – Lost in the Woods
Zobeck Gazetteer – kobold street traps
Raging Swan Press
So What’s The Tavern Like, Anyway? – co-author with Liz Smith
Dungeon #38 – A Blight on the Land, 2nd edition AD&D adventure for 8th-12th level characters, set in Tethyr in the Forgotten Realms