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Donald J Bingle

"Bingle graduated from the University of Chicago.[1] In the late 1980s he was the top-ranked player in the Role-Playing Network, and his wife, Linda, was ranked number two.[1] He is best known as the top-ranked player in the RPGA for most of the 1990s.[citation needed] The Bingles began the company 54°40' Orphyte to publish role-playing books, including two adventures for Timemaster, and they also gave some support to the Timemaster line using RPGA tournaments.[2] As of the end of 2004, Bingle had played in 500 tournaments using 50 different game systems.[3]
He has also produced a large body of writing, including contributions to the Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting (2nd Edition), and his novel Forced Conversion,[4][5][6] which was released in November 2004 and centers around a futuristic society with the ability to upload people's minds to virtual worlds.[3]
Bingle also authored a number of character-provided events for the RPGA, including ""Don't Go There"" with Saul Resiknoff, and ""The Modern Pirate Game"" with Tim White."

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