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Jess Lebow

Jess LebowJess Lebow has published five novels under his own name and one under the pseudonym T.H. Lain. He edited Magic: the Gathering for Wizards of the Coast, and was the world designer for Guild Wars and Guild Wars Factions. On his website, he says he wrote his first story in the third grade. Lebow now lives in China. Here’s Jess Lebow’s website.

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Forgotten Realms: The Citadels

The Citadels — (2007-2008) by Ed Gentry, Jess LeBow, Mark Sehestedt, James P Davis. Publisher: Monsters and mystery in a remote stronghold — explore the Citadels of the Forgotten Realms! Neversfall was supposed to be Estagund’s stronghold in the wilds of monster-ridden Veldorn, an unassailable citadel to protect the southern lands. Then the regiment holding Neversfall disappeared, leaving no hint of what took them. The replacement forces find themselves attacked from both within and without the fortress’s walls. Besieged by monsters and men, a mercenary captain and an elite warrior must work together to discover out who their enemy really is.

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Obsidian Ridge: Adventure in The Forgotten Realms

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Obsidian Ridge by Jess Lebow

Jess Lebowhas brought some of the adventure back to the Forgotten Realms campaign setting. It is much like the early Ed Greenwood, when he first began writing media tie in novels for his Forgotten Realms campaign setting.

Obsidian Ridge tells the story of three primary heroes. The Claw is the king’s assassin, whose bladed gauntlets remind me of Wolverine (and The Claw uses them to equal effect). Mariko is the king’s daughter — a budding spellcaster and damsel in distress. Korox, King of Erlkazar (a newly formed nation that broke off from Tethyr) is forced to make a decision about whether or not to give up his daughter to the arch magus Xeries, master of a floating mountain in the sky called the Obsid... Read More