I'm a working-class kid from a blue-collar New England family.
R. A. Salvatore
In the past, TSR and now Wizards of the Coast have asked me to do game stats for my characters, and I'm never comfortable doing that. It's all relative after all.
Fantasy is like an idealized reality, and the core of fantasy is the one person can make a difference.
I thought I would set the world on fire when I got out of college. I had done quite well in a field that was growing. Unfortunately, we got hit with a recession in 1981.
I'm trying to make all the characters change and grow, or regress.
I've always been a fighter. If you tell me I can't, I'll die trying to prove you wrong.
I loved to read and to write, but then something happened. As I made my way through school, I kept getting handed books to read that didn't excite me and didn't even remotely connect to the realities of my life.
I loved the world of imagination.
I don't often know exactly what's coming next, and that makes it more fun. And you know, for me, this entire genre is all about that; it's all about having fun and getting away from the mundane world for just a little while.
Things don't really impress me. Memories impress me. It's not the toys, it's the people.
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