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  1. Pingback: Crossing the Streams: Multi-Author Contest | Dave Gross

  2. I have really enjoyed your pathfinder tales book starring Varian & Radavan. Are you continuing the series?

    • Alas, Pathfinder Tales is suspended, and Paizo has a year’s worth of unpublished books from other authors to start with should it ever come back to life. If it ever happens, it won’t be soon.

      • Does paizo own the rights to your series & the characters; or could you publish further stories under a different publisher? I only ask because of my deep enjoyment of these characters and your capacity to write such believable characters & villans (Believable in a RPG/fantasy setting).

        Also, in the meantime, as i wait in hope of another pathfinder book, which of your books would you suggest I read next?

        • Paizo owns all the Pathfinder Tales characters. While they’re doing a little very short fiction on the website, I don’t think they have plans to revive the Tales line.

          While it is my first novel-length work (and it shows), Black Wolf (Forgotten Realms) has a few things in common with the Radovan & the Count novels. So to some degree has Lord of Stormweather.

          More recent works you might like include Hour of the Huntress (Arkham Horror) and The Devil’s Pay (Warmachine/Iron Kingdoms).

          Keep an eye on this site, and I might have a better answer for you next summer.

          • First, super sad that they may not revive the tales series…. especially when they own rights to the characters.

            Thank you so much Mr Gross! I’m gonna go check out the devils pay tonight. And I’ll keep checking in come spring and summer. Take care Mr. Gross!

          • Also picking up the first in that forgotten realms series you wrote. I’m seriously looking forward to that series. I really enjoy most of what I’ve read in that world.

    • The Forgotten Realms books should be available for Kindle, as are some of the anthologies to which I’ve contributed. Unfortunately, I believe the Pathfinder books are not currently available in ebook format, unless some are still available via Apple. Are there titles in particular that you’re looking for?

      Many of them are available in audio format, in case that interests you. (Most of my “reading” these days is via earbuds.)

  3. With Paizo’s new initiative to post web-based fiction on their blogs, I was wondering if you had been approached or would consider such an offer to expand upon Radovan and the Count in web-based form? I will admit, I am exceedingly curious to see what happens after Lord of Runes.

    Radovan and the Count was my favourite Tales product and I am loathe to see it left in the dust.

    • I was asked to write some short fiction for the blog, but it wasn’t for Radovan and the Count. If Paizo were ever to revive Tales in long form, whether that’s novels or comics or something else, I’d be open to it. I miss the boys and all their associates too.

      • I know this might be strange to ask, but I really appreciate so many of the character concepts you come up with.

        So I was wondering, if I could ask you to post me a short character concept/idea of a 10th level male character to be used in a story taking place on Golarion. Our GM’s pretty ‘lax’ so most things are permissible. He will be working primarily in the riverkingdoms

        If this is ‘too out there’ feel free to disregard this request.

  4. 1: Have you ever considered uploading the Pf 1e sheets of Radovan and the Count, and if so would you be inclined to share them with a hopeful little fan?

    2: Having gone through Lord of Runes again, I think this is my third time, I was wondering if you could tell me which ioun stones and rings makes up Zutha’s crest and crown – or at least those you’ve ‘given’ him.

    3: The Flah-staff of the young sczarni thief, could you elaborate on its precise powers and how they might work in 1e?

    4: Here’s a question from off-side, what’s your most recent pathfinder character that you had fun playing?

  5. I have been looking everywhere to read a copy of your short story Law and Order but cannot find a copy of Dragon+24 which printed it. Is there another location to read it from?

  6. Hi, David,

    So nice to see you’re still at this. It has been a few years since I submitted anything to the gaming ‘zines.
    I still remember those formative discussions regarding the (original) Living Jungle, with pleasure.

    Best regards,

    Ron Heintz

  7. Hello Dave!

    I am a fan of your Pathfinder Tales books, and I just wanted to say hello. They are great, and anyone to whom I have lent them agree.

    I also live in Canada, although no-where near you.

    • Hi Jared,

      Thanks for the invitation. I’m doing no interviews this winter. I may be available again in late spring or early summer, no sooner than May.

      If you’re still interested then, feel free to contact me again, but please include a little about yourself and your podcast, including a link to a recent episode. It’d also be helpful to know what you want to discuss.


      • Of course. We are focused on Sembia, and your contribution to that series of novels. You can find us over at

        We have Philip, Richard, and Clayton confirmed. We will likely need to record before May, but if you are at all interested, please reach out to me from my website.


  8. Hey Dave, pretty sure we were high school classmates…remember playing a few sessions of D&D at your house (with Koegl and others). Not sure how I stumbled across your internet presence but a small thrill to see what you are doing.

    All the best.

    • We were indeed, and I think of you any time I must explain the word “farrier,” since I learned it from you. And I’ve often told the story of exploring John Brown’s cave.

      How’re you getting along these days? Are you on Facebook? If so, it might be easier to catch up there. I must upgrade this site and start using it again, since I’ve just renewed the site.

      • Caving…yes, a short-lived hobby. I am doing well, live in northern Virginia.

        I am on Facebook…no worries as I am an infrequent poster.

  9. I’m on my send round of listening to your Pathfinder Tales series (audio books). I absolutely love the characters and worldbuilding you’ve done throughout your Pathfinder books.

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