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Schilling plans video game company
2006-09-06 12:06
by Bob Timmermann

Reader xaphor passes along this link to a story about Curt Schilling, baseball's most famous EverQuest player, starting a video game company called Green Monster Games. Todd McFarlane is supposed to be part of the venture. Somewhere along the line, there will be a magical bloody sock.

The company name will likely not draw customers from the New York Metro Area.

2006-09-06 12:52:40
1.   Linkmeister
"a magical bloody sock"

It's a shame Terry Pratchett is English; that would fit in really well into his Discworld novels.

(I've been on a binge, reading those for the first time; I can't believe he's been writing them for 15 years and I just found out about them.)

2006-09-06 12:57:38
2.   Chyll Will
1 At his current age, it would make sense for Harry Potter. But likely Piers Anthony would, um, beet J.K. Rowling to it.
2006-09-06 13:02:19
3.   Chyll Will
2 (Sorry, I just ran out of shame. Feel free to skip anything I post within the next hour; that's how hungry I am...)
2006-09-06 13:30:44
4.   roughyed
Schilling already owns (?) or at least is involved in a boardgame company -
2006-09-07 20:15:20
5.   DougS
4 Yeah, I was going to say, he's also baseball's most famous Advanced Squad Leader enthusiast. He bought the rights to ASL when Avalon Hill was dismembered and the rights to their old titles scattered hither and yon. I've always kinda hoped that when he retired he would spend more time and pump more money into the boardgame industry.

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