RPG Legend Ed Greenwood

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  1. Paul Bellow

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    Dragon_magazine_74.jpg There are a few names that all role-playing gamers should know. These are the men and women that helped to create the games that really built up the genre as something special, sometimes through the act of creating games and other times through creating unique settings. If you’re looking at the people who helped give Dungeons and Dragons its unique flavor, you’re probably going to start by looking at the core developers from the 1960s and 1970s. If you want a better look at how D&D’s lore developed into its modern incarnation, though, you’ll want to take a look at the life of Ed Greenwood.


    RPG Legends: Ed Greenwood | LitRPG Reads
     
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    Great article!
     
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    Awesome! I’m a tabletop gamer to the bone so I love seeing TTRPG’s influence on LitRPG explored. I will also never forget the amazing hug that Ed Greenwood gave me at GenCon 2014.
     




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