NOTE: I have dropped my fee to a rock-bottom cost of only $5.00/hour because I can only earn so much per month and retain my disability benefits. I would rather run more games than fewer games, so dropping my rates seemed the best idea. Plus y'all win, too! -- Robert Thomson was a co-founder and publisher of 4 Winds Fantasy Gaming, a Great Falls, MT-based roleplaying game publisher, from March 2009 to January 2013. Robert co-owned the company with his wife, Connie Thomson. In early 2013, 4 Winds Fantasy Gaming was acquired by Purple Duck Games. In 2012, Robert became president of the newly formed Great Falls Gaming Rendezvous, a gaming-focused con in Great Falls, Montana, which debuted successfully in October 2012. Robert's experience in the RPG industry includes writing/game design/development/editing for 4 Winds Fantasy Gaming, Purple Duck Games, Expeditious Retreat Press, Third Eye Games, Fantastic Gallery, Optimystical Studios, AAW Games, and Green Ronin Publishing. Robert also worked briefly as a website coordinator for the now-defunct Valar Project and also as a website editor for legendary fantasy artist Larry Elmore. Robert authored the academic historical paper, "'This Wicked Family': A Biography of the Deschamps Family of Fort Union - Their Feuds, Fights, and Violent Demise" for the Winter 2004 issue (Vol.54, No.4) of Montana: The Magazine of Western History. He has also appeared in a number of documentary films, including Lewis and Clark Pathways (2002, Prairie Public Television), Fort Buford: Splendid Isolation (2003, Prairie Public Television), Facing the Storm: Story of the American Bison (2012, High Plains Films/ITVS/Montana PBS), and The Orphan Girl (2014, Chisel Industries). Robert was also a mine safety coordinator and one of several museum liaisons for Dead 7 (2016, The Asylum/Kaotic Productions) when they shot scenes at the World Museum of Mining. In addition to games, Robert loves sci-fi/fantasy literature and film, comic books, photography, model trains and railfanning, and political and social reform activism. Robert and Connie live in Butte, MT with their cats, Jonesy and Spot.
I love deep roleplaying, but I also enjoy combat. I sometimes do voices but I am far from a professional voice actor. Just some guy that occasionally makes a character sound like Foghorn Leghorn or Meatwad. Once playing, I will almost always refer to you by your character's name, not your real name, unless requested otherwise. I am a part of the LGBTQIA community and have some Native blood and I run safe games for Queer folks and POC.
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