Hi there, and welcome to my user page! My name is Mark Moreland and I'm one of PathfinderWiki's Administrators. You can often find me posting far too often on the official , as well as the . What time I don't spend in Paizoland is spent here. And playing and running Pathfinder games of course.
In March 2010, I made my first official contribution to the Pathfinder line and have since written several Pathfinder Society scenarios and a number of Pathfinder Adventure Path player's guides, among other products. You can see my contributor bio page here. In September 2010, I was hired by Paizo to work in house developing Pathfinder Society Scenarios and maintaining canon across their numerous product lines. I try to remain as active on the wiki as I can, despite my new responsibilities to make the cool products the wiki chronicles.
In 2012, I retroactively received the Paizo Volunteer of the Year award for 2010 for my work on the PathfinderWiki project. While only my name appears on the plaque, the honor is shared with all of the great Chroniclers here on the site. I made sure to thank everyone who's ever edited here when I accepted the award, which you can hear on the Know Direction PaizoCon 2012 Banquet podcast at around timecode 33:30.
If you want to ask me anything or just stop in to say hello, please do so!
New Data Format from Stephen
I am very interested in understanding this, and perhaps offering some suggestions. So far, I've generally taken the attitude that I would work with whatever Stephen gave us as-is. I'm very curious how you would solve the general problem of having a page for all the Cantrips, and then wanting a page for each specific Cantrip. Would you simply copy the data out of the "All Cantrips" page for the specific Cantrip? What would the standard process be when sweeping changes are made? Also, there is a great deal of data in Lee's spreadsheets that is not formatted at all for the wiki. Are there any plans for that to be presented in a wiki format?
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