Regions & Staff in Living Forgotten Realms


For administrative purposes the RPGA's Living Forgotten Realms campaign is divided into twelve Regions, overseen by four Global Administrators and the RPGA Content Manager. Each Region corresponds to both a geographical area in the real world and a geographical area in the Forgotten Realms, and produces up to five Regional scenarios per year. Each Global Administrator oversees four Regions. You can read more about the duties and responsibilities of the different staff positions here on the RPGA website. There is a map illustrating the real world geographical divisions between Regions here on the RPGA website. There is a post containing contact details for the Regional Points of Contact here on the Living Forgotten Realms forum, the contact details from which are reproduced in the relevant entries below (in a manner designed to hopefully slightly hamper eddress harvesting bots).



Global Staff

Name: Chis Tulach
Position: RPGA Content Manager
RPGA Contact Details - here on the RPGA website
Twitter feed - here

Name: Pieter Sleijpen
Position: Global Administrator for the Eastern Hemisphere, covering the Regions of Australia/New Zealand/Pacific Asia, Northern Europe/Russia, Southern Europe/Turkey and UK/Ireland/South Africa.

Name: Shawn Merwin
Position: Global Administrator for the North of the Western Hemisphere, covering the Regions of Canada, North Central US, Northeast US and Western US.

Name: M. Sean Molley
Position: Global Administrator for the South of the Western Hemisphere, covering the Regions of Latin America/Caribbean, Pacific US, Southeast US and Southwest US.

Name: Greg Marks
Position: Additional Global Administrator.



UK, Ireland & South Africa Region



Northern Europe & Russia Region



Southern Europe & Turkey Region



Australia, New Zealand & Pacific Asia Region



Canada Region



Latin America & Caribbean Region



North Central US Region



Northeast US Region



Pacific US Region



Southeast US Region



Southwest US Region



Western US Region


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