A Memorial to Don Kaye, Co-Founder of TSR Due Out in December

Rob Kuntz

Adventurer
If you are interested in the roots of gaming in Lake Geneva (1968-1975) and particularly about filling in the lack of information that exists about Don Kaye, Gary Gygax's best friend and co-founder of TSR, this booklet and its special memorial color prints will satisfy. A long over due send up (I had started work on this as far back as 2006) about the man and the mage: Merlynd the Magician.

See my Facebook post on this here: Three Line Studio

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Rob Kuntz (somewhere near Fomalhaut)
 

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Rob Kuntz

Adventurer
Update November 17. Cover fully laid out! Inside layout 70% finished! Thank Nathalie, my wife, for both, she is a trooper! We are on target for an early December release! Please share far and wide to let D&Ders everywhere know of this milestone release! We will be e-mailing those on our mailing list 24 hours before its availability. As this is not a large initial print run we encourage potential purchasers to subscribe to Three Line Studio's mailing list to be immediately notified of its release (see below link).

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Rob Kuntz

Adventurer
OK. Merlynd the Magician has been laid out and we are going over pre-press proofing today and the next, giving it a final look. It will then, with the 3 special color prints and the 1 special bonus print, be sent along to our printer (uploaded). From there that takes about 7 days until they ship to our fulfiller, Paul Stormberg, in the US. Then he has to weigh the combined single items for shipping costs. Then we will e-mail its availability to those on our list and post here and elsewhere about its availability and go live! And you thought these things were easy?? Nope. But they are a joy in the long road to producing them.

RBL book cover - Merlynd 8.5inx11in.jpg
 

Philip Benz

Explorer
I believe I got started in 1974, so you've got years on me, Rob. Those initial decades were seminal times. So much great material that is often forgotten today. It's good to see you keeping the old grognard flame alive!
 

Rob Kuntz

Adventurer
I believe I got started in 1974, so you've got years on me, Rob. Those initial decades were seminal times. So much great material that is often forgotten today. It's good to see you keeping the old grognard flame alive!
"It's good to see you keeping the old grognard flame alive!" You too! I love designing! It's part of my DNA! :)
 

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