About Delve

Delve is a tabletop roleplaying game in the process of being designed by Stephen Radney-MacFarland.

Stephen began working on RPGs in 2000, when he became the RPGA editorisrm-headshotal assistant at Wizards of the Coast, working on both Polyhedron magazine and Living Greyhawk Journal. Over the years he’s administered the Living Greyhawk campaign, aided in the development of the D&D 3.5 Edition rules, was a developer for D&D 4th Edition and Star Wars Saga Edition, taught numerous game design classes in the Seattle area, and contributed to the Pathfinder RPG Advanced Player’s Guide and Ultimate Magic as a freelance designer. He has worked at Paizo for the past six and a half years and is now the senior designer for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. He’s also the guy who designs the Pathfinder Flip-Mats and Map Packs. His current credits include Southlands for Kobold Press, as well as Hell’s Vengeance: For Queen & Empire, Horror Adventures, and Villain Codex, all for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. He also worked on the upcoming Starfinder Roleplaying Game.

Delve is a culmination of Stephen’s ideas about tabletop roleplaying games over the past 16 years. It’s a new look at d20-resolution systems and traditional fantasy roleplaying game design and tropes through the lens of more modern modes of game design. And Stephen sincerely hopes you enjoy playing it. Because that’s the point.

Delve, Delve Roleplaying Game, Vold, and C.S.P.V. are trademarks of C.S.P.V. Games. This site and the Delve Roleplaying Game are copyright 2016-2017 by Stephen Radney-MacFarland and C.S.P.V. Games.
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