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Jess Colwill

Jess’s stomping boots, pink hair and untapped psychic potential have caused her to be classified as a Class-3 Badass by government task forces, which is why the nation quietly breathed a sigh of relief when she decided to turn her efforts towards founding Ten Copper and not kicking her way through the planet’s core.

Armed with an encyclopaedic knowledge of the Forgotten Realms and an unashamed — okay, slightly ashamed — love for Drizzt Do’Urden novels, Jess brings her years of experience in both writing about and selling video games into the world of Ten Copper, kicking the entire way.

Tim Colwill

Tim is the world’s first, last, and only classically trained combat raconteur. He was raised at an early age by bears, then later by humans, and then later again by humans dressed in unconvincing homemade bear suits. It is this unique combination of completely untrue things which has made him into the man he is today: dehydrated, frequently confused, and one of the founders of Ten Copper.

A former video game developer, Tim left the world of development to join the world of journalism, working as a senior writer for, and then editor-in-chief of games.on.net since 2009.


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