Marc, the newest kobold!
We here at Kobold Quarterly would like to give a hearty kobold welcome to Marc Radle, who will take up the reins of art director. Marc, welcome to the crew!

Marc is a professional graphic artist and designer by trade. In his copious amount of spare time, he also does freelance illustration, writing, and graphic design. (sleep is highly overrated!) He lives in Pennsylvania with his wife, teenaged son, and two very spoiled cats.

Marc started playing D&D as a kid in the late 70s—good old 1st Edition AD&D! He and his friends also played many other RPGs back then—Marvel Superheroes, Champions, Elfquest, FASA’s Star Trek, Star Frontiers, the list goes on—but it always came back to AD&D! Marc faded out of gaming sometime after 2nd Edition came out—partially because 2nd Edition just didn’t quite do it for him (he did play 2nd Edition a little though and certainly enjoyed some aspects of it) but also because his gaming friends all turned into grown-ups, got real lives, and moved away when Marc wasn’t looking!

The 3rd Edition of D&D really pulled Marc back into the hobby again, and he has since become a HUGE fan of the Pathfinder RPG.

Marc is fortunate enough to have worked with lots of great game companies, including Super Genius Games, Raging Swan Press, Last Unicorn Games (back in the day), Jon Brazer Enterprises, Tricky Owlbear Publishing, of course, Kobold Quarterly / OpenDesign.

He is extremely excited with his new role as Kobold art director—his graphics studio way in the back corner of the Kobold mines is almost set up (he just wishes the studio wasn’t quite so close to the bathroom!).

Recent Graphic Design Credits for Open Design /Kobold Press
Your Whispering Homunculus
The Midgard Bestiary (Pathfinder RPG)
– Monsters of Sin series
Dark Roads & Golden Hells
Journeys to the West

Art / Illustration Credits

Kobold Quarterly Magazine
– Various issues
Open Design
Zobeck Gazetteer
Tales of the Margreve

Frog God Games
One Night Stands 5: Scorned

Raging Swan Press
Mysterious Places
Bleached Skull Gnolls
Lizardfolk of the Dragon Fang
Stock Art: Shields

Super Genius Games
Mythic Menagerie: Engines of Destruction
Genius Guide to Races of Wind and Wing
Advanced Options: Cavaliers’ Orders
Mythic Menagerie: Howl at the Moon
Krazy Kragnar’s Magic Staff Emporium

4 Winds Fantasy
Tome of Monsters
Deus ex Historica

Purple Duck Games
Legendary III: Legendary Items
Legendary IV: Legendary Shields

Black Blade Publishing
Lost OSRIC Bestiary cover

Interaction Point Games
Kingdom of Legend holy symbols

Last Unicorn Games
ARIA: Canticle of the Monomyth RPG
HERESY: Kingdom Come

Writing / Game Design Credits:

Kobold Quarterly Magazine
– “Spell-less Ranger” (Pathfinder base class) – Kobold Quarterly #11
– “Beast Leaders” (Pathfinder) – Kobold Quarterly #18
– “White Necromancer” (Pathfinder base class) – Kobold Quarterly #19
– “Shaman” (Pathfinder base class) – Kobold Quarterly #21

Open Design / Kobold Press
New Paths – The Expanded Spell-less Ranger
New Paths – The Expanded Shaman

Super Genius Games
Genius Guide to the Vanguard
Genius Guide to Exalted Domains (3 volume series)
Advanced Options: Cavaliers’ Orders
Advanced Options: More Cavalier Orders
Krazy Kragnar’s Magic Staff Emporium

Raging Swan Press
Lizardfolk of the Dragon Fang
So What’s It Called, Anyway?

Tricky Owlbear Publishing
Learning Curve: Apprentice Level Characters

Purple Duck Games
Legendary IV: Legendary Shields
Legendary VI: Legendary Armor

Adamant Entertainment
30 Character Motivations

Wayfinder
– “Of Steel and Spell: The Battle Scion” (Issue 5)
– “Magic of the Inner Sea: Arcanamirium Bond Masters” (Issue 3)

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