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Author Topic: I interviewed OSR Designer R. Scott Taylor about Game Design, Books, Art,  (Read 308 times)

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I interviewed R. Scott Taylor of Art of the Genre (formerly of TSR, WotC, and other TTRPG companies) about the OSR, art, steampunk, fantasy novels, Dungeons & Dragons (D&D), The Folio, Orange Spine Hardcovers, Dwarven Forge, refereeing, TTRPG Conventions, TSR, Gygax Magazine, WotC, Lazy DMs, The Nameless Realms, family, etc.  https://youtu.be/UaIEG6hDb1g Whether you are familiar with his amazing work or not, I think you will enjoy this one-hour interview.