Alex Flagg grew up in Oregon. Started out in gaming as an organizer for the local gaming convention, Dairyland, Alex made his way into video game design. But he preferred analog gfaming and began work on what would become his magnum opus, Ten Thousand Bullets, in 2001. His work to Gencon 2002, where he met and was recruited by future partners Patrick Kapera? and Scott Gearin to work on the first edition of the Spycraft Roleplaying Game, by Alderac Entertainment Group(AEG).
Over the subsequent 5 years, Alex worked on nearly 2 dozen books for a number of publishers, including AEG, Privateer Press, Fantasy Flight Games, Paradigm Concepts, and Mythic Dreams Studios, and was a core designer of the critically-acclaimed Spycraft 2.0 RPG.
In late 2005, Alex, along with Pat and Scott, licensed the Spycraft brand and founded Crafty Games.
Space Opera RPG Books