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Full Staff

James Beck (Osiris He/They)

Director of Game Design

Hi! My name is James Beck, I have been playing TTRPG's for awhile now. I love all things geeky and thus the TTRPG industry was the perfect space for it. I have worked with several companies such as Sinclair's Library, Deadly D8 YouTube channel, The Lost Caravan on twitch, and several more!

Shawn Pommier (Eldritch Dream Games He/They)

Director of Design

From my personal journey from TCGs to TTRPGs, 3.5e to Pathfinder, Starfinder, and now PF2e I've been homebrewing since my first game and never stopped. I have a bit of a Jack-of-All toolkit and a specialization in layout design, content writing, and technical editing. I have a love for the weird, eldritch, dark, and hard-to-comprehend. TTRPGs, my friends, and my wonderful S.O. Traci keep me looking forward to a better future where this can be my day job!

Matthew "comatthew6" Fu (He/Him)


Hi, my name is Matthew Fu (he/him) and writing has always been a fun hobby for me. I started homebrewing Pathfinder 2E material in 2022, with the Inquisitor, and followed it up with the Ironclad. My goal is to bring unique, balanced ideas to Pathfinder that Paizo has not yet explored.

Marceline Miller (She/Her)


Hi! I'm a relatively new writer who's passionate about weird and diverse fantasy, interesting mechanics, and good UX. I've been playing and writing personal content for Pathfinder 2e since the public playtest, as well as other systems (largely D&D 5e, Chronicles of Darkness, and Tephra) for about 6 years total. I'm a forever-GM who loves stories about fighting the status quo and managing inventory space.

Aaron Brandon (He/Him)

Writer/Foundry Support

I first got into rpgs with dnd 4e (yes I am a rare breed of starting with 4e). I eventually left the dnd scope and went into pf1e, where I implemented a lot of homebrew items and magic in my own games. I eventually heard about the pathfinder 2e playtest, and played the playtest as it developed avidly. I ran weekly games for about 4ish years straight between pf1e and pf2e until I had to go to school for my master's in physics. I have slowed down my playing amount fairly significantly nowadays, but I am still an eager player and homebrewer since I have had a lot of time with the base system.

Braden Menke AKA Delioth (He/Him)

Foundry Director

Hi! I'm a software engineer by day, but always a gamer of all sorts. Hailing from older D&D editions originally, the leap to Pathfinder and especially 2e sparked and captured is brewing my creativity. When I'm not gaming, writing content, or porting content to FoundryVTT, I'm probably playing with my dogs, watching anime, making mead, or some combination thereupon.

Luigi Lizza González (He/They)

Writer/Executive Art Director

My name is Luigi Lizza González, and ever since I was a kid, I found myself designing new Pokemon in paper napkins and play-pretending that I was a waterbender in the war against the Fire Nation. Years have passed, and although life has taken me on many routes (mainly marketing, entertainment, and audiovisuals), my tendency to daydream and my passion for role-play and game design never extinguished. Now, as a proud and queer Peruvian professional, I'm happy to call myself a published author and a partner in EOG with an ever-growing portfolio of the epic and the mystical. Here, I can explore my most quirky sides and put my love for arts, philosophy, and storytelling to good use.

Dylan Wokeck (He/Him)


I love helping others as a children's librarian, but when I'm not at work, I try to spend as much time as possible with my wife, whether that is going for walks or playing games together like Spirit Island or It Takes Two. She loves to take me on real life adventures to different states and countries as well and I'd probably never leave the house if not for her. Outside of that I've been playing Pathfinder since about 2015 and my favorite class was always monk until thaumaturge was released. I'm now part of a larger group here at EOG and it's amazing how a hobby in your free time can contribute to something even bigger than yourself.

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