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Blackmoor is a fantasy role-playing game.
- Bill Blackmore, English footballer who played for Southampton in the 1910s
- Clayton Blackmore (born 1964), Welsh international footballer
- Denis Blackmore, American mathematician
- James Blackmore (1821–1875), Mayor of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
- John Horne Blackmore (1890–1971), first leader of the Social Credit Party of Canada
- R. D. Blackmore (1825–1900), English novelist of the 19th century.
- Sir Richard Blackmore (1654–1729), English poet and physician
- Richie Blackmore (rugby league) (born 1969), Rugby League footballer
- Ritchie Blackmore (born 1945), British hard rock guitarist
- Jürgen Blackmore, his son, guitarist of J.R. Blackmore Group and Over the Rainbow.
- Dr. Susan Blackmore (born 1951), English psychologist and memeticist.
- William Henry Blackmore (1827–1878), solicitor
- Winston Blackmore, former bishop of the FLDS Church, and leader of a breakaway community in Bountiful, British Columbia
- An antagonist in Robotrek
- Blackmore's Night, a band started by Ritchie Blackmore with Candice Night
- Blackmore Vale is a valley in England, sometimes spelled Blackmoor
- The antagonist in The Suffering: Ties That Bind
The variant spelling Blackmoor also has several uses:
- Blackmoor (supplement) is Supplement II for the Dungeons & Dragons game
- Blackmoor Gate is part of Exmoor National Park, Devon, England
- Blackmoor railway station is a historic narrow gauge railway station at that same location
- Blackmoor Manor is a fictional place featured in the Nancy Drew computer game Curse of Blackmoor Manor
- Richard Palmer Blackmur (1904–1965), American literary critic
- Black Moor, a type of goldfish
- Blakemore (disambiguation)
- Lennox Blackmoore (born 1950), Guyanese boxer of the 1970s and '80s
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