James conceived and designed Corporation from the ground up and produces a fair amount of the art.
His favourite Corporation is E.I. and hobbies include tabletop and video gaming and turning life's chaos into dice based systems. He also does some art.
Ruth has playtested Corporation since its infancy and is responsible for some of its more unusual characters. She also proofs most books and any mistakes found therein are normally a result of her corrections not being executed rather than oversights on her part.
Her favourite Corporation is E.I. and her hobbies include finding grammar errors and making amurgumi. She doesn't like finding them, its just when you've been proofing books for 6 months it gets the better of you. Visit her website here.
Matthew Keevil (Evil Keevil)
Matthew has assisted with the play-testing and development of Corporation since the Eastern Bank. His no-nonsense attitude has been fundamental in keeping some of the more crazy ideas out of the supplements. One such item was James' pimped ammo casing which allowed players to spend thousands of credits to have their clips made of precious metals just to look flash. (2012 Update - these are going in, I've decided)
His favourite Corporation is Comoros and his hobbies include carousing, pedantry and plotting the downfall of western civilization.
Hugo has dutifully play-tested Corporation every week and assisted in developing and refining some of the ideas covered in the supplements.
Petroc has lived in Hong Kong, Japan, Australia and the UK. He writes flavour text for the books, much of which is identifiable by its penetrating insights into the inner machinations of the Corporate world. His ability to take loosely defined concepts and bring them to life has done enormous amounts to add colour and depth to the game.
His favourite corporation is the Shi Yukiro and his hobbies include writing, using long words, violining and martial arts. At present he holds some impressive martial art belts but his diet of whisky and nougat pillows ensure he's too *@#ked to ever use them!
Paul has play-tested Corporation and contributed to the Eastern Bank. His interminable video game sessions with James have been a constant source of inspiration, without which, the game would be much less violent.
Paul's favourite Corporation is the Shi Yukiro and his hobbies include channeling an unquenchable fury at the peons under his command. He is pictured here thumbing through James' signed copy of the Warlock of Firetop Mountain.
Jon has done immense amounts of play-testing and done some work in Machines of War. He's also promising to work on a future supplement with us. More details when he's not got so much work on.
Jon's favourite Corporation is Comoros and his hobbies include gaming, driving around the UK and talking about sheet metal, in particular aluminium, which is a remarkably versatile building material.
Claire has played Corporation and is currently doing most of the proofing for Cities of Gold. Good job too as none of us know any real grammar! Curse the British education system!
Ian did loads of the 3D art for the early book and helped with much of the game's development and testing.
Not really a gamer but a fantasitc artist. His beautiful watercolours and oil paintings can be found in may of the books. Visit his website here.
Mark is not a gamer but a brilliant artist. His work is mainly featured in The Eastern Bank and he is working on some new pieces for upcoming releases. Mark's work is currently about to be published in the 'Big Book of Contemporary Illustration by Martin Dawber' which details some of best sci-fi and fantasy illustrators of the moment. Well done Mark. See more of his work at his website.
Sean is a keen player who wrote some of the A.I. Protocols in Machines of War.
Lee is responsible for the creation of a great deal of unofficial content including many of the invaluable LISTS! He has also completed some pieces for Inc. Volume 1.