D&D 5E Radiant Citadel's Credits Page

WotC has shared the credits page of the Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel. The book was written by a team of people of colour. In their press release WotC said that "Journeys through the Radiant Citadel is a collaboration between the D&D team and a talented collection of artists, storytellers, games designers, and other creatives. It includes contributions by Justice Ramin Arman, Dominique Dickey, Ajit A. George, Basheer Ghouse, Alastor Guzman, D. Fox Harrell, T.K. Johnson, Felice Tzehuei Kuan, Surena Marie, Mimi Mondal, Mario Ortegón, Miyuki Jane Pinckard, Pam Punzalan, Erin Roberts, Terry H. Romero, Stephanie Yoon, and many more."


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Russ Morrissey

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So, can anyone point out any notable previous works by these authors out there, so we can get some feel for the likely adventure styles? I know Arman worked on Elminster's Candlekeep Compendium....
 

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Ajit A. George
Nothing on the DM Guild, but he's contributed to products for several other RPGs, most notably (for D&D purposes) The Encyclopedia Dragonica Volume 1 (for the Epyllion: A Dragon Epic RPG). He also has a web site, though it's focused on his activist work and not his creative pursuits.
Also, he contributed to Van Richten's Guide to Ravenloft: a ten page section for Kalakieri.
 

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T.K. Johnson
Top DM Guild credits include:
Artifacts of the Guild
Beyond the Basics
Book of Seasons: Solstices
Uncaged Volume IV

More here: Dungeon Masters Guild -

Of other RPG credits, Johnson has contributed to the Flames of Freedom RPG (based on Zweihander) and the Dissident Whispers anthology. They also contributed to the Kobold Press product Warlock Grimoire II. They have a web site.

EDIT: Three other significant contributing credits I missed - The Mwangi Expanse for Pathfinder 2E, The Heart of Dako for the 5E Humblewood setting, and the upcoming Dead Man's Rust for the 5E Scarred Lands setting.
 
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D. Fox Harrell
Doesn't have any prior RPG credits that I can find, but he's a professor of Digital Media and Artificial Intelligence at MIT.
Written some stuff on virtual reality, it seems. George may have known him from charity work or some such, and known he was a DM, I would wager.
 




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