Tristan Eifler is creating original fiction and tabletop games
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Greetings! My name is Tristan Eifler. I, among many other things, write and publish original fiction and tabletop roleplaying games and have been doing so for more than a decade. I'm probably best known for my urban fantasy series The Lycanthrope Club, which chronicles the emergence of a relatively benign form of lycanthropy in the United States. In brief, a shy, bespectacled young high school girl is changed into a werewolf after a terrifying encounter in a park. Unlike many other werewolf stories, there are no vampires, no witches, no ancient conspiracies or secret societies (at least not initially), no weak pseudoscientific justifications (beyond wild speculation), no return of magic or awakening of Gaia – just a girl who becomes a werewolf and what follows. I have written multiple novellas and short stories set in the Lycanthrope Club universe. I have also written other stories, including ones set in traditional high fantasy worlds and others set in modern ones. You can read most of my writing on my dA page

Although writing fiction isn't the only thing I currently do, I wouldn't mind making a living, or at least part of a living, off it! I have self-published several illustrated books and game books through my company Daemoneye Publishing and sold a modest number of copies (both physical and digital). But I want to buckle down and focus more of my energies on writing. The more money I make, the less time I have to spend at my day job. The less time I have to spend at my day job, the more time I have to write! We both win!

In the past I have posted nearly all of my writing online for free, accepting small contributions for additional content such as color illustrations, bonus short stories, etc. I will continue this practice, but those who contribute to my work will have early access to stories, exclusive bonus stories, the ability to vote on which chapter I will work on next and even make story requests.

Thank you all for your support through the years!! My fans are what keep me going!!
Tiers
Pledge at least $1
$1 or more per month
Every little bit helps! This will give you early access to stories I post on my dA page - usually 2-3 days in advance.
Pledge at least $3
$3 or more per month
Thank you! With this contribution you will be able to view Patreon exclusive stories, posted once every couple of months.
Pledge at least $10
$10 or more per month
Thank you VERY much! In addition to early access to stories and bonus content, you will be able to vote on which chapter of which series I work on. I will also send you PDF copies of The Lycanthrope Club: Books I and II if you do not already have them (once I receive your first payment!)
Pledge at least $50
$50 or more per month
Wow! Just, wow! Once per month I will write a ~3,500 word story you request. I can post it publicly or send it to you. Anything goes so long as it isn't too squicky or adult-oriented. Check with me if you aren't sure. 
Goals
6% complete
If I reach $1000 per month I will start working on a Lycanthrope Club comic! Once it gets going I will try to get out around two pages per month.
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Greetings! My name is Tristan Eifler. I, among many other things, write and publish original fiction and tabletop roleplaying games and have been doing so for more than a decade. I'm probably best known for my urban fantasy series The Lycanthrope Club, which chronicles the emergence of a relatively benign form of lycanthropy in the United States. In brief, a shy, bespectacled young high school girl is changed into a werewolf after a terrifying encounter in a park. Unlike many other werewolf stories, there are no vampires, no witches, no ancient conspiracies or secret societies (at least not initially), no weak pseudoscientific justifications (beyond wild speculation), no return of magic or awakening of Gaia – just a girl who becomes a werewolf and what follows. I have written multiple novellas and short stories set in the Lycanthrope Club universe. I have also written other stories, including ones set in traditional high fantasy worlds and others set in modern ones. You can read most of my writing on my dA page

Although writing fiction isn't the only thing I currently do, I wouldn't mind making a living, or at least part of a living, off it! I have self-published several illustrated books and game books through my company Daemoneye Publishing and sold a modest number of copies (both physical and digital). But I want to buckle down and focus more of my energies on writing. The more money I make, the less time I have to spend at my day job. The less time I have to spend at my day job, the more time I have to write! We both win!

In the past I have posted nearly all of my writing online for free, accepting small contributions for additional content such as color illustrations, bonus short stories, etc. I will continue this practice, but those who contribute to my work will have early access to stories, exclusive bonus stories, the ability to vote on which chapter I will work on next and even make story requests.

Thank you all for your support through the years!! My fans are what keep me going!!

Recent posts by Tristan Eifler

Tiers
Pledge at least $1
$1 or more per month
Every little bit helps! This will give you early access to stories I post on my dA page - usually 2-3 days in advance.
Pledge at least $3
$3 or more per month
Thank you! With this contribution you will be able to view Patreon exclusive stories, posted once every couple of months.
Pledge at least $10
$10 or more per month
Thank you VERY much! In addition to early access to stories and bonus content, you will be able to vote on which chapter of which series I work on. I will also send you PDF copies of The Lycanthrope Club: Books I and II if you do not already have them (once I receive your first payment!)
Pledge at least $50
$50 or more per month
Wow! Just, wow! Once per month I will write a ~3,500 word story you request. I can post it publicly or send it to you. Anything goes so long as it isn't too squicky or adult-oriented. Check with me if you aren't sure.