Author has written 6 stories for Evangelion, Warhammer, X-overs, and Fallout.
While normally getting personal information out of me is like pulling teeth, the sudden influx of people suggesting material on the Forgotten Realms and D&D in general has caused me to look up in amusement at the thousands of dollars of rulebooks sitting on the bookshelf above my desk.
So I guess a little info wouldn't hurt. I have 31 D&D rulebooks over 3 different editions and about a dozen other books from other systems. I have Space Marines (many in need of painting, sadly). I have game boxes sitting on my desk. I have huge stacks of textbooks sitting on the floor because my regular bookshelves aren't big enough and are already packed with Star Wars and Warhammer 40k novels, with some Forgotten Realms thrown in for good measure, and something like forty manga volumes for four different series. Three of those series consider full panels of blood splatter a good idea (in descending order of bloodshed: Berserk, Hellsing, Battle Angel Alita). Metal albulms are stacking up. My hard drive is stuffed to the gills with anime, and I am considering running for an executive position for my university's anime club this year. I have a silicon wafer with microelectromechanical machines patterned on the surface from a microfabrication lab I took last year. My library card is wearing out.
My father wrote physics equations on my nursery room wall. I am not making that up.
In short, I am a nerd. A big one. Not the biggest, but I've probably at least heard of a lot of stuff. That's how I can put so much together for the Open Door. I know most of the series I'm working with reasonably well to extremely well.
Contributing sufficiently awesome fan art gets you fantastic prizes!
And this guy has contributed several pieces of fanart, so you should check out him and his gallery, including a very nice picture of Gunnhild.