Pied Piper Publishing's designer:
Rob Kuntz helped create the original "Dungeons and Dragons" with Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson in 1974, contributing to the original boxed set and to supplement 1: "Greyhawk." Rob also co-DMed the famous Greyhawk campaign with Gary. Rob edited supplement 2: "Blackmoor" as well as writing the original "Gods, Demigods and Heroes" with Jim Ward - later editions being titled "Deities & Demigods."
Rob's other works include World of Greyhawk's (WoG) "Mordenkainen's Fantastic Adventure," the "Maze of Zayene" series for Necromancer Games, Dark Druids and Garden of the Plantmaster for Troll Lord Games, and contributions to the 2E WoG module "Fate of Istus." In board game design, Rob won the "Charles Roberts Award" for codesigning "Kings & Things" for West End Games.
These are just a few of his multitude of accomplishments, for over his many years in our industry he has occupied positions as editor, developer, designer, marketing director, and game company President. He has written, and continues to write, many industry articles, including having created the original "Sorcerer's Scroll" column for "Dragon Magazine."
Mr. Kuntz lives in Wisconsin, his home state, where he continues to study Myth & Legend as a scholarly pursuit. He considers himself a constructive critic of our industry and his recent views on gaming philosophy and how this relates to d20 can be found in separate interviews he has given at these sites:
- EN World d20 News & Reviews Interview
- Gaming Frontiers Magazine Interview (issue one).
- Oerth Journal Interview
- Partial Annotated Bibliography