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Thursday, 30 November 2017

Old School: Rythlondar Campaign part 2

Several of the Dungeon Masters involved in development of the Rythlondar Play by Mail campaign setting appear in Strategic Review issue 4 (1976). Dungeon Masters were encouraged to write in and get themselves listed in the early magazines.

Rob Blau, 604 Crestwood Drive, Alexandria, VA 22302
Brian Collins, 898 Carolina St., San Francisco, CA 94107.
Dave Cox, Illinois Central College, POB 2400 E. Peoria, IL 61611.
Lee W. Dowd III, 2116 14th St., Chehalis, WA 98532.
Bill Hartley, 804 8th St., SE, Medicine Hat, Alta, CANADA, T1A 1M8
John Hendron, 3305 Phillips Ave., Stiger, IL 60475.
Rob Kuntz, 334 Madison St., Lake Geneva, WI 53147.
Jim Lawson, Room 556 Henday Hall, Lister Hall, 116th St & 87 Ave., Edmonton,
Alan Lucien, 8524 Noel Dr., Orangevale, CA 95622.
Len Scensny, 734 Lawnview Ct., Rochester, MI 48063.
Brad Stock, 156 Lighthorse Dr., Chesterfield, MO 63017.
Bruce Schlickbernd, 6194 E. 6th St., Long Beach, CA 90803.
John Van De Graaf, 37343 Glenbrook, Mt. Clemens, MI 48080.
Paul Wood, 24613 Harmon, St. Clair Shores, MI 48080.
Kim R. Young, 1524 Brownleigh Rd. #16, Dayton, OH.

Who are these People?
Apart from being located in the U.S. State of Michigan.
  • John Van De Graaf was referee for the Castle Morbundus Dungeon.
  • Len Scensny ran the Tar Norgard  (The Weir) Dungeon.
  • Paul Wood refereed the Caves (of Rythwood) dungeon in the Northern Mountains.

There are a number of Wargaming 'Zines' also listed...the relevent one being:
  • KRANOR-RILL, 1545 Breton Rd. SE, E. Grand Rapids, MI 49506.
Having checked the address, I found that they have moved on and no copies of their 'Zine were ever placed with the public library or any archive. So another D&D campaign Setting pretty much lost to history. 

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