System Reference Documents (SRD) are rules for roleplaying games.
- Fate SRD, an online rules reference for the Fate Roleplaying Game.
- Blades in the Dark SRD, which started as a fan site until John Harper decided to steal it for the official one.
- For the Queen SRD
- Gumshoe SRD
- Quest SRD
- Powered By Lesbians SRD
- Bits and Mortar, a pro-retailer, pro-brick-and-mortar, pro-PDF, pro-ebook initiative backed by many tabletop games and fiction publishers.
- Off Guard Games, the brilliant folks behind Band of Blades and Scum and Villany.
- Band of Blades Random Mission Generator
- Milestone Tracker for Nest, the Fate world of adventure
- Girl by Moonlight landing page
- Pathfinder Random Language Selector
- AGE RPG dice bot for Discord
- Firefly gibberish generator
- Drinking and Dragons wiki, where I keep a record of all of my gaming.
Products and Publications
- Book of Hanz, the printed version of the long-loved essays about the Fate RPG.
- Turn Tracker Cards, for tracking initiative in RPGs. Good with Balsera/Popcorn style initiative.
- Thoughts on Fate, a book with ideas on the Fate RPG
- Fate Accelerated SRD Audiobook, an audiobook version of the Fate Accelerated rules.
Media and Streaming Appearances
- Learn to Play Fate, a monthly streaming game where I teach the Fate RPG.
- Polyhedral Crew, a streaming roleplaying show where we play Dresden Files Accelerated.
- GM for the Geek Unleashed City of Mist One-Shot episode.
- Cohost of the Sharp Ideas podcast, from Four Kitchens. (This has been wiped from the internet in favor of Four Kitchens’ newest podcast.)
- The very first guest on the Future of Content podcast, talking about RPG’s unique content structures.