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|sort_name=Hyltoft, Malik Malik Hyltoft has published more RPG books than anyone else in Denmark. Together with Mads Lunau and Troels Chr. Jakobsen, he founded the company Dansk Spil Design, which published the underground games Viking, Mafia, and Kellogg’s Wild West Spil. In 2000 Hyltoft published the Danish RPG system ‘Fusion’ along with Palle Schmidt.
Typo fixing, typos fixed: Kellogg’s → Kellogg's (3)
== Early life ==
Malik Hyltoft was born on the Danish island Funen in 1963. His full name is Lars Malik Hyltoft Petersen. His first name is Greenlandic, although Hyltoft is ethnically Danish.
== Organisations ==
During his high school years, Malik Hyltoft met his lifelong friend and partner in roleplaying, Mads Lunau. Later on Hyltoft would go on to study Japanse and English at the university of Aarhus, while Mads Lunau studied philosophy. While finishing their studies, the two established Spillerforeningen i Aarhus, which was an organisation for gamers. Spillerforeningen had its own convention called Spiltræf, which was held for the first time in 1985. Spillerforeningen i Aarhus later became Fasta, who became the organisers of the first Fastaval.
== Publication ==
Along with Mads Lunau, Hyltoft opened the
world’s first school for role-players in 2006. The school uses role-playing as a teaching method. Hyltoft worked there as a vice-principal for several years.
a an impressive production of 32 scenarios written primarily for Spiltræf and Fastaval. His recurring themes are politics and Japanese culture.
In 2006 Malik Hyltoft received
Fastaval’s honorary Otto for his lifetime accomplishments in roleplaying. His mark on the Danish role-playing scene is tremendous.
Hyltoft won the Publikumsprisen for his scenario Nantonaku Manga in 2006.
== Links ==
http://alexandria.dk/data?person=66 http://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malik_Hyltoft http://osterskov.dk/