Russ Morrissey

Russ Morrissey
Retroclones and Older D&D Editions
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Retroclones and Older D&D Editions There are many out there who enjoy the style and feel of older editions of D&D. While it's certainly possible to find these products on eBay and the like, you may not be aware of the concept of a retroclone. A retroclone is a game that is compatible with, and heavily based on, an unsupported game or unsupported edition of a game.
Mike Breault on Lorraine Williams
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Originally posted by TSR employee Mike Breault on Knights & Knaves Alehouse (link no longer exists; recovered via Wayback Machine and archived here): OK, so here goes. I'm going to add new tidbits as I have time and think of them, but here are a few to start. Keep in mind that except where I say I witnessed things or was told them by Lorraine, these are essentially rumors (but fun nonetheless).
David L. Arneson, Plaintiff vs. Gary Gygax, Tactical Study Rules
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David L. Arneson, Plaintiff vs. Gary Gygax, Tactical Study Rules, a partnership consisting of Gary Gygax and Brian Blume, and TSR Hobbies, INC., a corporaton, Defendants (1979).
Adventure Game Industry Market Research Summary (RPGs) V1.0
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Wizards of the Coast regularly surveys various aspects of the adventure gaming channel; distributors, retailers and consumers to better understand their preferences, concerns, and needs. That data is regularly reviewed and distributed internally to senior management. The contents of this file are excerpts from those sources; the source materials themselves are confidential internal documents and are not available to the public.

Contact Details

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To contact EN World, please use the following details. Note that Kickstarter news and non-Kickstarter news have different addresses.By email Owner Morrus morrus@hotmail.com Advertising Ed Healy ephealy@gamerati.com EN5ider Editor Mike Myler mike.myler.adventures@gmail.com TRAILseeker Editor Felipe Real farealh@gmail.com Columnists Editor Michael Tresca submissions@enworldnews.com...
Peter Adkison: A Letter on Leaving WotC
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Here's the message WotC employees got to see as a kind of farewell message from CEO Peter Adkison (thanks to Tom Frisby, first of many scoopers). Reposted here with permission.
Peter Adkison on the Origins of WotC
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Originally posted on Usenet in response to a question from James A Seymour on 22 Jan 1993. Jeez, this could take hours--make that days! Asking a gaming company president, er, I mean janitor, for a brief history of his company is like asking a historian for a brief history of the world. :) Thanks for being interested; I'll try and be brief. Along about 1979 or so a product came out...

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