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2 years 8 months ago - 2 years 2 months ago #5 by ScketreWhisp
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From: Jennell Jaquays
To: "Doug Rhea" <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date: 2015/06/09 01:50
Subject: RE: NTRPGCon

A year out, I can probably commit to being there. I had a lot of fun running the games that I did. Running Swords and Wizardry was a great choice for me and I would certainly do it again.

Jennell
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2 years 8 months ago #56 by Badmike
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Artist, writer, game designer, editor; Jennell has been involved in every aspect of the gaming world since the mid-70s. Jennel's first excursion into RPG publishing was The Dungeoneer magazine, which Jennell created and edited while still in college,and soon after she went to work for Judges Guild. Jennel's best known work may be her Judges Guild output. Besides writing arguably their best material (Dark Tower, Caverns of Thracia, and Book of Treasure Maps), Jennell drew many illustrations for Judges Guild magazines and JG products. She also did covers and art for TSR, Flying Buffalo and ICE over the years. For TSR, Jennell wrote FR5 The Savage Frontier and DQ1 The Shattered Statue, as well as the D&D adventures Talons of Night and Twilight Calling, and drew the iconic cover of the Dragon Mountain boxed set. Jennell also was responsible for the critically acclaimed "Central Casting" series of RPG supplements, as well as Chaosium's classic Griffin Mountain Runequest setting (with Rudy Kraft and Greg Stafford).

Until recently Jennell worked for id games and Microsoft Studios on such games as Halo, Doom and Quake. Jennell's recent appearances at NTRPG con have led to some new artwork, most notably the cover to Dennis Sustare's adventure "Ursined, Sealed and Delivered". Jennell is also responsible for our yearly logos since 2011, each featuring a unique dragon type. Jennell now does freelance artwork and design for Dragongirl Studios (her own studio).

Mike B.
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