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Robert J. Kuntz

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Robert J. Kuntz

September 23, 1955
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, United States

Robert J. Kuntz is a game designer and author of role-playing game publications. He is most famous for his contributions to various Dungeons & Dragons-related materials. He has authored or co-authored several iconic D&D publications, including the Maze of Zayene series, Gods, Demi-Gods & Heroes, the first edition of Deities & Demigods, and Mordenkainen's Fantastic Adventure. Robert was a close friend of D&D co-creator Gary Gygax, and held the austere position of "co-DM" in Gary's original home game of Greyhawk.1 His character was Robliar.

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Title Date Notes
Campaign Setting 0808 August 2008 Essay on world-building
See also: Category:Works by Robert J. Kuntz


  1. Robert J. Kuntz on Wikipedia.