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2 years 10 months ago - 2 years 4 months ago #16 by ScketreWhisp
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From: "Jeff Dee"
To: "'Doug Rhea'" <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date: 2015/06/10 18:01
Subject: RE: NTRPGCon

... of course, we'd love to join you for the next one.

-Jeff
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2 years 10 months ago #60 by Badmike
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Artist and game designer, Jeff was a TSR staff artist in the early days and is known for many of the classic covers of modules published at the time (Including A1 Slave Pits of the Undercity, A3 Assault on the Aerie of the Slave Lords, revised edition covers of T1 Village of Hommlet, S1 Tomb of Horrors and S2 White Plume Mountain). Jeff also did many memorable interiors including the Egyptian mythos for the classic Deities and Demigods hardcover. In 1979, Jeff and Jack Herman created Villains & Vigilantes, one of the first superhero RPGs, for FGU. Jeff did much of the artwork and character sketches, including covers of the rulebook and boxed set. Recently Jeff and Jack have formed Monkey House Games and have begun publishing a new version of V&V for a new generation, as well as re-releasing older versions of the classic adventures.

Jeff has worked on such popular PC games as the Ultima and Wing Commander series, and was also co-creator of the cult classic game TWERPS. He recently founded Nemesis games for production of the MMO Gargantua.

Recently, Jeff and his wife Amanda published the "cave-punk" rpg Cavemaster, which won the NTRPG con 2014 Three Castles Award for Best RPG Design.

Mike B.
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