Greg Stafford, dressmaker of vintage role-playing video games like Pendragon and RuneQuest, has kicked the bucket at age 70.
In the early ’70s, Stafford created the arena of Glorantha, through which a lot of his works could be set. Through the years, he created many roleplaying and board video games set in Glorantha, together with White Endure and Purple Moon, Nomad Gods, RuneQuest, and HeroQuest, in addition to a couple of myth novels. To put up his personal paintings, Stafford created the corporate Chaosium in 1975, and would later pass directly to discovered Issaries, Inc after leaving the Chaosium, then returned to the latter in 2015 as a chair of the board. Stafford additionally helped put up The King of Dragon Move, a vintage role-playing online game additionally set in Glorantha, evolved and printed by means of A Sharp and first launched on PC and Mac in 1999 re-released in 2012 and later ported to iOS and Android to acclaim.
A working towards Shaman, Stafford kicked the bucket Thursday at his house in Arcata, California. Our condolences pass out to Stafford’s friends and family.[Supply: Chaosium Inc.]