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Graeme Davis first discovered fantasy gaming in 1977, and published his first article in White Dwarf in 1982. From 1986-1990 he worked at Games Workshop as the co-writer and line editor for Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay. In his spare time he wrote articles for White Dwarf and Warlock, as well as Fighting Fantasy gamebook 29: Midnight Rogue. His short adventure Rogue Mage, originally published in Warlock issue 10, was republished in the Fighting Fantasy 10th Anniversary Yearbook. Since leaving Games Workshop, Graeme has written for a wide range of tabletop RPGs including D&D/d20, Vampire: the Masquerade, GURPS, and All Flesh Must Be Eaten. He currently makes his living as a writer and designer in the video games industry, but continues to write for WFRP and is working with Rogue Games to develop their Colonial Gothic historical horror RPG.
Fighting Fantasy GamebooksEdit
During the run of the magazine he wrote the following articles and short adventures:
- The Ring of Seven Terrors (multi-player) (Games Workshop, 1985)
- Rogue Mage (Games Workshop, 1986)
- Battle of Grey Rock (multi-player) (Games Workshop, 1986)
- “The Seasoned Adventurer,” Warlock #4
- “Monster Conversions,” Warlock #9
- “Magical Items,” Warlock #9
- “More Monster Conversions,” Warlock #10
- “Into the Unknown,” Warlock #12