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Nicolas Logue has been a student of all things Asian for most of his life. Martial arts training led to philosophical pursuits and eventually historical research. He graduated from SUNY at Buffalo summa cum laude with two degrees; one in Theatre and one in Chinese Studies. At this time he had already spent one year in Beijing, China doing intensive language study and martial training. After graduation he returned to Beijing on a Fulbright grant to study Chinese Theatre (jingju) and martial arts. He stayed for two years traveling extensively in order to perform in northern and southern China. In 2002 he headed to Hawaii to pursue an M.F.A. in Asian Theatre and has since trained in Japanese Kyogen (comedic theatre) and Indonesian Randai and Silat.
Nicolas has been an avid roleplayer since he was ten years of age and has been published in Dungeon numerous times. He also wrote Voyage of the Golden Dragon an Eberron module published by Wizards of the Coast.
March 2008 was a monumental month for Mr. Logue, who launched his own publishing company, Sinister Adventures and took on the position of Organized Play Coordinator for Paizo Publishing's Pathfinder Society during the month. His tenure at Paizo was not meant to last long, however, and in September 2008 Nick left the company to pursue a teaching position at East 15 Acting School at the University of Essex in England. He continues to publish both under his Sinister Adventures line and freelance for Paizo and other RPG publishers.
- ↑ Pen & Paper. (2006). Nicolas Logue, Pen & Paper RPG Database.
- ↑ Sinister Adventures. (April 2, 2008). Sinister Adventures—A New RPG Publisher, icv2.com.
- ↑ Paizo Publishing Press Release. (March 1, 2008). Paizo Publishing® Announces the Pathfinder RPG™, Paizo News.
- ↑ Nicolas Logue. (September, 2008). Dr Nicolas Logue, East 15 Acting School at the University of Essex.
Pages in category "Works by Nicolas Logue"
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