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Chris Pramas
Chris Pramas is an award-winning game designer, writer, and publisher. He is best known as the designer of the Dragon Age RPG, Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay (second edition), and Freeport: The City of Adventure. He is also the founder and president of Green Ronin Publishing, a leading light in the... show more

Chris Pramas is an award-winning game designer, writer, and publisher. He is best known as the designer of the Dragon Age RPG, Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay (second edition), and Freeport: The City of Adventure. He is also the founder and president of Green Ronin Publishing, a leading light in the world of pen and paper RPGs. Pramas got his start as a freelancer, writing books for such games as Over the Edge, Feng Shui, and Underground. He later spent four years as a staff designer at Wizards of the Coast, ending his tenure there as a creative director. More recently he's lent his talents to computer games, serving as creative director on the Pirates of the Burning Sea MMO RPG at Flying Lab Software and as lead writer on Warhammer 40,000: Dark Millennium Online at Vigil Games. Pramas continues to lead Green Ronin, and the company's successes include such games as DC Adventures, A Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying, and Mutants & Masterminds.
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Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it 3 years ago
Disclaimer: ARC via Netgalley My love of elves dates back to the first time I read Lord of the Rings. It was because they were ageless, spoke funny, or seemed so wise. It was because they used bows and arrows. This is because one of the first movies I ever saw was Robin Hood. H...
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Chris' Fish Place rated it 5 years ago
Disclaimer: ARC via Netgalley. Pramas has a point. Orcs do get a bit of a bad rap. Honestly, where would a great many fantasy novels be without them? No where really interesting. Orc Warfare attempts to remedy this misunderstanding by presenting Orcs in a more tactical light. ...
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