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4 years 10 months ago - 4 years 4 months ago #14 by ScketreWhisp
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From: Chris Clark
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Date: 2015/06/10 11:08
Subject: Re: NTRPGCon

I had a BLAST.

...and, as usual, you take better care of me than my mother once did....

...Barring death, I don't see a reason not to permanently affix NTRPGCon to my future schedule...

Christopher Clark
Inner City Games Designs
and Eldritch Ent.
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4 years 9 months ago #64 by Badmike
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Chris Clark is one of the founding members of Eldritch Enterprises (along with Frank Mentzer, Jim Ward and Tim Kask) but has a long and fruitful history in the gaming hobby. Beginning in 1982 with the founding of Inner City Games Designs (based on the Inner City RPG he ran at earlier Gen Cons), Chris has been publishing interesting and unusual third-party games and rules systems for over 30 years. Two of the most famous (and fan favorites) are Fuzzy Heroes (combat game for stuffed animals and toys) and War PIGS (PIG stands for Plastic Infantry Guys, rules for combat with 1/32 scale plastic army men)

In the late 90's, Chris wrote "Challenge of Arms" and "Ritual of the Golden Eyes" (generic RPG adventure kits) with Gary Gygax, which led to the two of them forming Hekaforge Productions. Lejendary Adventures followed and Chris was deeply involved in this project and authored many rules supplements and adventures in support of the game, which even today has a fan following. In 2010, Chris revised both Fuzzy Heroes and War PIGs, and in 2011 joined Eldritch Enterprises and published Forest of Deceit, Strange Allies, Reign of Terror and Dark Visitor (with Jim Ward). Chris also had fiction published in the short story anthology Heroes and Magic. Besides EE, Chris is still running Inner City Games Designs, which is one of the oldest (if not THE oldest) independent game companies still around from the early 80s.

Mike B.
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