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RIP Greg Stafford
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    TAG Wiggy
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    Well life has decided to kick me the bollocks personally and professionally this week. Two deaths – one family and one a major influence.

    Like many of Greg Stafford’s fans I played a lot of Runequest and Pendragon, starting back in school lunch breaks in 1984 (RQ2). I met him once at a convention and heard him read some of his Arkat tales, but never spoke to him. That said, he was a major influence on my work, although he never knew it. His work on the mythology of RQ became my template for Hellfrost. He taught me to look beyond the stats and spell lists favored by other games, and take a hard look at how myths affected people in their daily lives. Without his genius, Hellfrost wouldn’t be as vibrant as it is, and for that I thank him.

    RIP Greg – you made your mark on many people.

    Wiggy
    Triple Ace Games Creative Director
    wiggy@tripleacegames.com

    #9805
    Enno
    Henchman

    As i wrote here one of the most influental personalities of our hobby left the stage.
    His books have been a significant influence for me for almost 40 years because they showed me that role-playing is more than accumulating XP and gold. To this day Glorantha is one of the few settings I like to return to again and again.

    High Priest of Hoenir & Champion of Qedeshet

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