Roger E. Moore

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Greyhawk Author
Roger E. Moore
Nationality United States
Born
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Died N/A
First Greyhawk work "The Dancing Hut" (1984).
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Roger E. Moore is a writer of roleplaying games. He is best known for his long-running tenure as editor of Dragon magazine, and was the founding editor of Dungeon magazine.

Moore discovered roleplaying games in the late 1970s while writing gaming articles for various magazines while he was with the US Army. He joined TSR as a magazine editor in May 1983, progressing through the ranks to become the editor of both Dungeon and Dragon magazines. He later moved to the games division and became creative director of the AD&D core rules product group. He joined Wizards of the Coast in 1997 when TSR was acquired and continued to write and edit gaming materials of all sorts, finally leaving the company in late 2000. He has written fiction for Dragonlance and other game worlds. He is the author of the Greyhawk product Greyhawk: The Adventure Begins, which won the 1999 Origins Award for Best Roleplaying Accessory.

Moore is a past member of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.

Greyhawk works

  • Moore, Roger E. "The Dancing Hut." Dragon #83. Lake Geneva, WI: TSR, 1984.
  • -----. "Elmshire: A Halfling Haven." Dragon #262. Renton, WA: Wizards of the Coast, 1999.
  • -----. "Gates in the World of Greyhawk." Lake Geneva, WI: TSR, 1995. Originally appeared in TSR's America Online folder, later moved to its website. Available online:[1]
  • -----. "Green Nightmare: The Amedio Jungle, Part I." Oerth Journal #4. Council of Greyhawk, 1996. Available online:[2]
  • -----. Greyhawk: The Adventure Begins. Renton, WA: Wizards of the Coast, 1998.
  • -----. "Greyhawk Mysterious Places." Lake Geneva, WI: TSR, 1999. Originally appeared in TSR's America Online folder as a 2nd edition update to Greyhawk Adventures, later moved to its website. No longer live on the WotC website but available from the Wayback Machine: [3]
  • -----. "The House on Summoner Court." Shadis #50 (1998) and Oerth Journal #7. Council of Greyhawk, 1998. Available online:[4]
  • -----. "Legacies of the Suel Imperium." Dragon #241. Renton, WA: Wizards of the Coast, 1997.
  • -----. "Oerth from the Ground Up." Oerth Journal #3. Council of Greyhawk, 1996. Available online:[5]
  • -----. "The Orbs of Dragonkind." Dragon #230. Lake Geneva, WI: TSR, 1996.
  • -----. Return of the Eight. Renton, WA: Wizards of the Coast, 1998.
  • -----. "A World of Your Own: Dark and Alien Places, Part 1." Polyhedron #113. Lake Geneva, WI: TSR, 1995.
  • -----. "A World of Your Own: Dark and alien places, part 2." Polyhedron #114. Lake Geneva, WI: TSR, 1995.
  • -----. "A World of Your Own: Just How Weird Can a World Get?" Polyhedron #112. Lake Geneva, WI: TSR, 1995.

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