Diane Piron-Gelman

Character Brief[edit]

Diane Piron-Gelman is a long-time writer and editor for the BattleTech line, as well as other titles from various gaming companies. She has been seen as a NOW Comics staffer in the 1989 docu-drama, The What NOW Caper.[1]

Author/Writer[edit]

BattleTech[edit]

Earthdawn[edit]

  • 1993: Mists of Betrayal (FASA)
  • 1993: Barsaive
  • 1994: Denizens of Earthdawn Volume One
  • 1994: Denizens of Earthdawn Volume Two
  • 1995: Horrors
  • 1996: Arcane Mysteries of Barsaive
  • 2000: Barsaive At War (Living Room Games)
  • 2002: Scourge Unending'
  • 2004: Book of Dragons, Revised and Expanded

Shadowrun[edit]

  • 1994: Bug City
  • 1995: Corporate Security Handbook
  • 1995: Awakenings: New Magic in 2057
  • 1996: Threats
  • 1996: California Free State
  • 1997: Underworld Sourcebook
  • 1997: Target: UCAS
  • 1997: Rigger 2
  • 1998: Shadowrun, 3rd Edition
  • 2001: Shadows of North America (FanPro)


Design/Development[edit]

BattleTech[edit]

Dark Ages[edit]

  • 2002: Road of Kings (White Wolf)
  • 2002: Dark Ages Storytellers Companion

Earthdawn[edit]

  • 1993: Earthdawn (FASA)
  • 1993: Earthdawn Gamemaster Pack
  • 1993: Barsaive
  • 1994: Terror in the Skies
  • 1994: Parlainth: The Forgotten City
  • 1994: Earthdawn Companion
  • 1994: Denizens of Earthdawn Volume One
  • 1994: Denizens of Earthdawn Volume Two
  • 1995: Sky Point & Vivane
  • 1995: Horrors
  • 1996: Arcane Mysteries of Barsaive

Exalted[edit]

  • 2001: Scavenger Sons (White Wolf)
  • 2001: Caste Book: Dawn

Kindred of the East[edit]

  • 2001: Killing Streets (White Wolf)
  • 2001: Dharma Book: Resplendent Cranes

Shadowrun[edit]

  • 1992: Shadowrun, 2nd Edition (FASA)
  • 1992: Shadowrun, 2nd Edition Game Screen
  • 1992: One Stage Before
  • 1992: Neo-Anarchists' Guide to Real Life
  • 1992: Imago
  • 1992: Grimoire, 2nd Edition
  • 1993: Tir Tairngire
  • 1993: Tir Na Nog
  • 1993: Paranormal Animals of Europe
  • 1993: Mists of Betrayal
  • 1993: Dark Angel
  • 1993: Corporate Shadowfiles
  • 1993: Celtic Double Cross
  • 1994: Paradise Lost
  • 1994: Lone Star
  • 1994: Harlequin's Back
  • 1994: Germany Sourcebook
  • 1994: Fields of Fire
  • 1994: Eye Witness
  • 1994: Double Exposure
  • 1994: Divided Assets
  • 1994: Bug City
  • 1995: Virtual Realities 2.0
  • 1995: Cybertechnology
  • 1995: Corporate Security Handbook
  • 1995: Aztlan
  • 1995: Awakenings: New Magic in 2057
  • 1996: Threats
  • 1996: Super Tuesday!
  • 1996: Shadows of the Underworld
  • 1996: Portfolio of a Dragon: Dunkelzahn's Secrets
  • 1996: California Free State
  • 1997: Underworld Sourcebook
  • 1997: Target: UCAS
  • 1997: Rigger 2
  • 1997: Missions
  • 1998: Shadowrun, 3rd Edition
  • 1998: Renraku Arcology: Shutdown
  • 1998: Blood in the Boardroom
  • 1999: First Run
  • 1999: Corporate Download
  • 2000: Corporate Punishment
  • 2000: Brainscan
  • 2001: New Seattle (FanPro)
  • 2002: Dragons of the Sixth World
  • 2004: State of the Art: 2064
  • 2004: Shadows of Asia

Vampire: The Masquerade[edit]

  • 2001: Clanbook: Ravnos, Revised Edition (White Wolf)
  • 2002: Havens of the Damned
  • 2002: Archons & Templars


References[edit]

  1. The What NOW Caper

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