Gary Gygax correspondence with Jim Ward NFT – 1979

Gary Gygax correspondence with Jim Ward NFT – 1979

Own a part of tabletop gaming history and support Game Designers Initiative charity!

In 1979 James M. Ward was working on his campaign setting for Dungeons & Dragons with Gary Gygax. This is an NFT of the correspondence from Gary Gygax to Metamorphosis Alpha creator, Jim Ward. Get a look at the friendship and game play between these two legends. When you buy one of these NFTs you are helping James M. Ward as he and his family have numerous medical bills. We want to help him and other creative workers get through rough patches like these.  Proceeds from these NFTs will go to help James as well as support the Game Designers Initiative with their mission to help others in the tabletop industry who are in similar straits.

There will be ONLY THREE (3) of these serial numbered letters available in NFT (non fungible token) format!

Number 1 will be auctioned to the highest bidder and comes with a free non-transferable Gold Badge to Gary Con through 2025. Thats over $1000 value alone!

All three of these rare NFTs come with:

  • The NFT of this correspondence between Jim Ward and the late Gary Gygax
  • A Framed copy of the letter sent to you free in the continental United States!
  • A video of Luke Gygax reading the letter and talking about the background behind it!

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What are NFTs? We're glad you asked!

NFTs (or “non-fungible tokens”) are a special kind of "crypto-asset", similar to "Bitcoin" or other cryptocurrencies, but instead of being the currency themselves, they are instead each UNIQUE — as opposed to “fungible” assets like Bitcoin and dollar bills, which are all worth exactly the same amount. Because every NFT is unique, they can be used to authenticate ownership of digital assets like artworks, recordings, and virtual real estate or pets.

In other words when you own the NFT of this letter between Gary and Jim, it is 100% unique and uncopyable. You, and you alone, will own this digital artifact.

NFTs have value: you can retain this letter for your personal collection or sell it at a later time just as you could any other collectible or piece of art.