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2 years 10 months ago - 2 years 4 months ago #68 by ScketreWhisp
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From: Mike Breault
To: Doug Rhea <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date: 2015/10/14 23:54
Subject: Re: North Texas RPG Convention - 2016

Doug,

Thanks for the invite! Mark me down for a yes. :)

Mike
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2 years 10 months ago #70 by Badmike
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"Breault edited first edition Advanced Dungeons & Dragons books including Oriental Adventures, Dungeoneer's Survival Guide, and the original Manual of the Planes, as well as most of the early Dragonlance adventure modules. He also edited the second edition Player's Handbook. Breault and Jim Ward designed the original Book of Lairs.

In 1988, Breault co-designed the original Pool of Radiance computer game with Steve Winter, Dave Cook and Jim Ward. In five years at TSR, he wrote, edited, and developed over 100 games, modules, and hardback books.

Breault left TSR in 1989 to start a freelance career. Initially continuing work with TSR, Breault gradually shifted over into computer and video games. His video game work started with re-writing the translated script, and writing the included hint-book for the 1989 Sega Genesis game Sword of Vermilion, as well as other role-playing games for the Genesis, plus Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves for the NES, among other games and platforms.

In 1999, he was hired by Volition, Inc. in Champaign, IL as a writer and designer for their computer games. From 1998 to 2008, Mike wrote and designed for several Volition games, including Freespace 2, Red Faction, Red Faction 2, The Punisher, and Red Faction: Guerrilla. In 2008, Mike left Volition to work at Raven Software in Madison, WI. While there he worked on Wolfenstein and a canceled James Bond-related product. In 2011, Mike began work as Narrative Director on an as-yet-unannounced video game project for Ubisoft Montreal."

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2 years 10 months ago #72 by MCLMM
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Oh Man! I told him not to come, now he's gonna be addicted too, and it will ruin all other cons for him.

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