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Author: Tracy Barnett
About The Author
Tracy was introduced to Basic D&D back in 1988, but didnâ€™t really play and RPGs until D&D 3rd Edition came out. Since then, heâ€™s ventured far and wide across different types of game. He loves indie games and how they empower players, and will always have a soft spot for D&D. In addition to blogging here, Tracy co-owns Exploding Rogue Studios and has published three of his own games in addition to some freelance credits. If you dig his work, you can support his Patreon at: www.patreon.com/theothertracy
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