Francis Gregory Stafford (born February 9, 1948 in Hartford, Connecticut; died October 11, 2018 in Arcata, California) is an American game designer, game publisher, and shaman. In 1974, he founded the game company Chaosium. He is the creator of the fantasy world of Glorantha and has helped design several role-playing game systems including RuneQuest and the Arthurian game system Pendragon. In 1998, he left Chaosium and founded Issaries, a game company to publish his Gloranthan games. In 2007, he moved from Berkeley, California, to Humboldt County, California.
- Winner of the 1985 Charles S. Roberts Hall of Fame Award at Origins '86.