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He lives in {REDACTED} with three precocious children, several sometimes lovely cats, and his always lovely wife, who read this bio and asked he take out a self-deprecating joke.
 
He lives in {REDACTED} with three precocious children, several sometimes lovely cats, and his always lovely wife, who read this bio and asked he take out a self-deprecating joke.
  
He is also the editor of the [[Arkham Gazette]], the journal of Miskatonic Country (and beyond) for the Call of Cthulhu RPG.
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He operates a small [[Chaosium]] licensee [[Sentinel Hill Press]] and is also the editor of their journal [[the Arkham Gazette]], an occasional (i.e. less often than a periodical) focused on Miskatonic Country for the Call of Cthulhu RPG.
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[http://winstonp.wordpress.com/what-ive-wrought/ His Call of Cthulhu C.V.]
 
[http://winstonp.wordpress.com/what-ive-wrought/ His Call of Cthulhu C.V.]

Latest revision as of 15:56, 23 May 2021

Bret Kramer (aka WinstonP) has been gaming for far too long, and claims that the first horror RPG he played was 'Pirates and Plunder' not so much for the game as the game's character generation rules.

A historian by training, he tends to favour elaborate game preparation and has been known to cackle with glee when putting together handouts.

He lives in {REDACTED} with three precocious children, several sometimes lovely cats, and his always lovely wife, who read this bio and asked he take out a self-deprecating joke.

He operates a small Chaosium licensee Sentinel Hill Press and is also the editor of their journal the Arkham Gazette, an occasional (i.e. less often than a periodical) focused on Miskatonic Country for the Call of Cthulhu RPG.


His Call of Cthulhu C.V.

He has also been quoted in The Economist as "one speaker". Honestly.

Links

Tomes in Progress, his Blog