Richard Watts began writing for Chaosium in 1989, with his first professional scenario, ‘A Little Knowledge’ published in Arkham Unveiled the following year. Since then he’s contributed to an array of Call of Cthulhu books, including Horror on the Orient Express and most recently the second edition of Terror Australis. He also contributed heavily to Chaosium’s Michael Moorcock-inspired RPGs Elric! and Stormbringer and wrote regularly for White Wolf’s World of Darkness games Vampire, Werewolf and Wraith in the 1990s, but he’s much less angst-ridden these days. The performing arts editor at creative industries website www.artshub.com.au and a broadcaster at 3RRR FM, Richard hasn’t played an RPG in strange aeons but is looking forward to revisiting Call of Cthulhu at Arcanacon.
Richard is appearing as a player in the Call of Cthulhu Liveplay Sunday 10:00 AM and is moderating the “Diversity in Roleplaying” panel Saturday 3:00 PM.
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Center
Saturday & Sunday
January 18 to 19, 2020