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Crystal Frasier
Crystal Frasier
(Biography)
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Position Developer (2016-July 2018)

Assistant developer (March 2015-2016)
Production specialist (Summer 2009-June 2014)

Company Freelance; formerly Paizo Inc.

Crystal Frasier was a production specialist at Paizo Inc. from summer 2009, when she began working as an intern in the art and layout department, until June 2014.[1] She rejoined Paizo on March 9, 2015, as an assistant developer.[2] Her first published work within the Pathfinder campaign setting was Delirium's Tangle in March 2010.

Crystal has since written a number of Pathfinder Society Organized Play scenarios, the critically-acclaimed Pathfinder Module The Harrowing, and entries in the Iron Gods and Giantslayer Pathfinder Adventure Paths. She also wrote the background of the Shaman iconic Shardra Geltl.[3]

On July 3, 2018, Frasier announced that she was leaving Paizo's creative team to pursue other opportunities, but planned to continue contributing to the Pathfinder and Starfinder lines as much as she could in the future.[4]

Starfinder Credits

Adventure Credits

Title Date Notes
Soldiers of Brass 1903 March 2019 Dawn of Flame #2. Also contributed to the Alien Archives for the volume.
In From the Cold"In From the Cold" 1710 October 2017 The Chimera Mystery, 46.
Hollow Cabal, TheThe Hollow Cabal 2005 May 2020 The Threefold Conspiracy #4
See also: Category:Works by Crystal Frasier

Sourcebook Credits

Title Date Notes
Core Rulebook 1708 August 2017
Alien Archive 1710 October 2017
Alien Archive 3 1908 August 2019
Near Space (sourcebook) 2003 March 2020
Alien Archive 4 2012 December 2020
See also: Category:Works by Crystal Frasier

References

  1. Crystal Frasier. (June 2014). Crystal Frasier Left Her Job at Paizo Publishing, Facebook.
  2. F. Wesley Schneider. (March 9, 2015). They Still Appreciate My Mastery Of Fire, Paizo Blog.
  3. Crystal Frasier. (July 31, 2014). Meet the Iconics: Shardra Geltl, Paizo Blog.
  4. Adam Daigle et al. (July 3, 2018). Farewell to Crystal, Paizo Blog.