Meet the Cast of Savage Tales of Eberron!

Phillip has been a Dungeon Master since the days of the Red Box Edition. Loving Eberron for 10 years, and converting everyone one he can to Savage Worlds since he received his Adventure Edition rewards from Kickstarter. When not plotting to kill his players by the Emerald Claw or Dreaming Dark, he likes gardening, reading, cooking, watching movies, playing video games, diving into deep personal growth, and leading men’s retreats.

Michael has been at both sides of the gaming table since becoming enchanted with the Eberron world three years ago. He received his introduction to Savage Eberron via the characters of Quentin and Ivello in Seekers of the Ashen Crown.

Ernesto is a loquacious and easily excitable roleplayer from a far off land known as Uruguay. His tabletop journey began in 2017, but he didn’t fulfill his dream of finding a long-term group until he stumbled upon the Savage Tales of Eberron crew. After a year of filling the role of Aruget – an honourable hobgoblin with a thirst for single combat – Ernesto was finally able to say he’d achieved that goal…but not without the desire for more. Rumour has it that he loves to dance in elevators when there’s no one else on board, and that a chocolate bar left his in his house will not survive longer than 24 hours.

Kevin is new to the Savage Eberron table. He has been playing in Eberron since the Summer of 2020, and is now a sometimes DM on top of playing in that world. His first long foray into TTRPGs was the White-Wolf game Exalted. When not tossing math rocks, he might be spotted enjoying various dark caffeinated beverages.

Elly has been adventuring in Savage Eberron since August 2020. An avid roleplayer who loves talking about Savage Eberron to anyone who will listen, she is the primary author of this blog and has really enjoyed finding this new outlet to support her lifelong love of writing. When not at the game table (or writing about it), Elly can be found painting miniatures, playing video games, knitting, cooking, and tending to what some might call far too many houseplants. Her orchids are doing great, by the way.

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