Hrunting Staff Freeware TrueType Font


-distributed under the Common Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike license. Commercial use OK, use as a web font (#webfont) OK, modification & derivatives OK, redistribution OK, as long as any work using this font includes attributioon of the designers.

The font file in this archive was modified by Doug Peters using Fontstruct, the free online font-building tool.

This font has a homepage where this archive and may be found:


This FontStruction was originally created as “zkalpel eYe/FS” by Antonio J. Morata, and then cloned (copied) and modified as the FontStruction “zkalpelbar eYe/FS” (also authored by Antonio J. Morata), before Doug Peters cloned (copied) and modified the capitals to create the font included in this distribution archive, “Hrunting Staff”.


“Hrunting Staff” was originally cloned (copied) from the

FontStruction “zkalpelbar eYe/FS” by Antonio J. Morata...

“zkalpelbar eYe/FS” was in turn cloned (copied) from the FontStruction “zkalpel eYe/FS” by Antonio J. Morata...

All fonts are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike license and all successive derivatives need to be under the exact same license:

These fonts can be used freely as long as the original authors are credited. If used on a website as a web font (#webfont), it is common practise to give the original designers credit on a credits page. A simple blurb with a link would suffice, like:

This website makes use of the font Hrunting Staff (available at by Doug Peters ( and is derived from Antonio J. Morata's “zkalpelbar eYe/FS” (which available at

Doug Peters used “zkalpelbar eYe/FS” to create this incarnation of the font, “Hrunting Staff”, by modifying the uppercase set of characters. The lowercase, numerals and any limited punctuation remain the same.

Doug Peters runs the Font-Journal.


In using this font you must comply with the licensing terms described in the file “License.txt” included with this archive.

If you redistribute the font file in this archive, it must be accompanied by all the other files from this archive, including this one.

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