Living in Reynoldsburg, Ohio with five cats, five kids, two rabbits, one dog, and a crazed redhead of a wife, Troy has done quite a lot in the RPG Community. Writing came naturally to him when he stood in the offices of TSR and was told that they were looking to start a gamemastering section for this magazine called Dragon. He pitched, was accepted, and from there he was off and running. After getting involved with the Role Playing Games Association he soon was helping with, and eventually managing the wildly popular Living City campaign. Taking a hiatus for a few years he jumped back on board to help Rick with the original Steampunk Musha and has been with Fat Goblin Games ever since. He calls himself The Janitor because he wears a lot of hats and tends to clean up messes.
As a Line Director, he takes care of revamping the racial lines that FGG has like Astonishing Races and Racial Ecologies for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Editor Troy likes to remind people what tense things should be written in, and works with all of the 5th Edition Fantasy products we produce. Janitor Troy manages projects and reminds Rick what it is he needs to get done. And Project Manage Troy is known to work with our Imprint partners (like Abadoned Arts & Dark Naga) as a go-between (or as often a gopher/go-for). When not typing furiously he is a full time member of the Ohio Army National Guard.