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Coleman Charlton

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'''Coleman Charlton''' is an American game designer. He was one of the founders of [[Iron Crown Enterprises]], and designed the ''[[Middle-earth Role Playing]]'' game system<ref>''Iron Crown Quarterly'' (Issue 1, Summer 1988), p.9.</ref> and the ''[[Middle-earth Collectible Card Game]]''<ref>''CarolinaCon Regional MECCG Newsletter'', Issue 4 (January 1999).</ref>
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'''Coleman Charlton''' is an American table-top game designer. He was one of the founders of [[Iron Crown Enterprises]], and designed the ''[[Middle-earth Role Playing]]'' game system<ref>''Iron Crown Quarterly'' (Issue 1, Summer 1988), p.9.</ref> and the ''[[Middle-earth Collectible Card Game]]''<ref>''CarolinaCon Regional MECCG Newsletter'', Issue 4 (January 1999).</ref>
  
 
In the late 1990s, Coleman Charlton and and his long-time colleague [[Pete Fenlon]] joined the Mayfair Game company.<ref>[http://www.mayfairgames.com/ Mayfair Games web site]</ref>
 
In the late 1990s, Coleman Charlton and and his long-time colleague [[Pete Fenlon]] joined the Mayfair Game company.<ref>[http://www.mayfairgames.com/ Mayfair Games web site]</ref>

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S. Coleman Charlton
Biographical information
EducationMathematics, Computer Science
OccupationRole-playing game designer
LocationVirginia, Charlottesville

Coleman Charlton is an American table-top game designer. He was one of the founders of Iron Crown Enterprises, and designed the Middle-earth Role Playing game system[1] and the Middle-earth Collectible Card Game[2]

In the late 1990s, Coleman Charlton and and his long-time colleague Pete Fenlon joined the Mayfair Game company.[3]

Game designs

Selected list of works concerned with the legendarium of J.R.R. Tolkien.


External links

References

  1. Iron Crown Quarterly (Issue 1, Summer 1988), p.9.
  2. CarolinaCon Regional MECCG Newsletter, Issue 4 (January 1999).
  3. Mayfair Games web site