For starters, my name is Brian Rubinfeld. I’ve been a gamer for over two decades, hailing from the plague and pestilence ridden realm called “New Jersey” in the good old U.S. of A. I’m the force behind “Doctor Necrotic Media” (but not the similar sounding electronic musician, mind you). I started the Daemons and Deathrays project in 2013 as a means of creating content I wanted to use in Pathfinder. Eventually, the D&D 5E playtests hooked me in and I switched over to the current edition of D&D. As such, the blog format changed too. After moving from Tumblr to WordPress, I continued to chug along at a mostly even pace. Recently, I’ve been seeking out venues for publishing content. Hopefully the near future brings exciting news.
So, you may be wondering what’s up with Daemons and Deathrays? Weird name, huh? For starters, the title is an homage to Dungeons and Dragons as well as a nod towards my more “gonzo” interests when it comes to the game. I love stuff pertaining to the planes (extraplanar adventures) as well as weird-fiction and science-fantasy (which blend genres together and create a wholly different set up.)
As for the page itself, I use it as a space to share my content with everyone. It’s also a place for me to put up working drafts of content. Using feedback, I can reshape said content into something I’d be more eager to publish in some shape or form. Stay tuned for more.