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A wonderful summary and background on Stafford and his general impact on the hobby of table-top RPG. Yes, he was an extraordinary man, and also was not beneath thanking for the slightest help from the most foreign and outskirt players (such as myself, based in Sweden) who among many things tried to send not-so-good maps to him personally as part of a Pendragon adventure write-up. He operated on so many levels, both personally and strategically when it came to orchestrating the wonderful worlds and fantasies that he created and contributed to. They continue to fascinate and make new young players a part of his legacy. A legacy that was always asking questions; who am I? what am I doing here? why am I playing this character? Someting that transcends gaming itself.

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