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Owen K.C. Stephens


Owen K.C. Stephens

Owen K.C. Stephens (born October 28, 1970)[1] is a game designer who has worked on a number of products for the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy roleplaying game and other games.


Stephens has done design work for the Star Wars Roleplaying Game (Wizards of the Coast), Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, EverQuest Role-Playing Game, The Black Company Roleplaying Game, The Wheel of Time Roleplaying Game, Gamma World Sixth Edition, as well as Dungeons & Dragons material appearing in Dragon magazine and NeoExodus: A House Divided. He is currently the Lead Developer for Super Genius Games.

Media mentions

Owen K.C. Stephens has appeared in the following newspaper and magazine articles, websites and podcasts.


  • RPG Countdown:[2] Owen appeared on these episodes: 18 December 2009[3] (The Genius Guide to the Dragonrider); 29 January 2010[4] (The Genius Guide to Feats of Spellcasting); 26 February 2010[5] (The Genius Guide to the War Master).


  • Robot Viking[6] Owen appeared in this interview: Owen K.C. Stephens: RPG Super Genius [7]
  • Rite Publishing[8] Owen appeared in this interview: Fridays & Functions 10 Questions with Owen K.C. Stephens [9]


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