This biographical dictionary is the first of its kind to document artists' contributions to one of the most popular and far-reaching of contemporary teenage social pastimes of the last quarter of the 20th century; that of role-playing games and collectible card games. The book presents full information on 150 artists, both painters and cartographers, whose influence and illustrative contributions to the field of table-top, pen-and-paper games helped define the "look" of game art and helped establish game art as a unique and recognizable genre. In addition to providing inclusive biographical data on each artist, the entries also include a bibliographic listing of each artist's published work in the genre.
"The Spiritual Athlete and How He Trains" compares the spiritual well-being to the physical body through insightful metaphors and figures of speech. "To be strong physically is commendable, to be strong socially is desirable, to be strong intellectually is valuable, but to be strong spiritually is inestimable. Reader, this is the desire of the author-that you may be led spiritually to eat properly and exercise regularly-to study the word of the Lord and engage in the work of the Lord that you may grow strong in the Lord."
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