About ed Hall

In 1978 while living on the gulf coast a friend introduced me to a role playing game called Dungeons and Dragons. Little did I know how this seemingly innocent game would change my life forever. It has now been more than thirty years, Dungeons and Dragons became Advanced Dungeons and Dragons, I went from being just a player to a part time Dungeon Master creating my own worlds. Along the way I discovered within me a story begging to get out.

Today I live far from the coast and am working to put my ideas into writing so I can share it with the world. My first story is ruffly based on my AD&D experience and ultimately on the life of a Wood Elf named Ferguson. Wait a minute before you tell me that Ferguson isn’t an Elven name, I already know that but his father named him after a human ranger who he knew and respected.

So sit back relax and join me on my adventure.

Recent Activity

  • ed shared from The Welfare State and its unintended consequences by Klaus Kastner
    Of course, no society can go on forever if more services are demanded of the state than the citizens of the state are prepared to pay for. Eventually, the institutions of the Welfare State will become insolvent (and many Welfare States are having to cope with that problem already).
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