‘Politics and Perspective in the Artwork of Pax Pamir’ Guest Blog By Cole Wehrle

About a year after the first edition of Pax Pamir was published, the hard drive on which it was stored crashed. While I had backups in place, some earlier accident had removed the Pax Pamir files from those that were synced each night. While the final print files were preserved, all of the raw images, spreadsheets, and PSD/INDD/AI files were

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Terrors of London, Spine Chilling Deck-Building [Kickstarter Corner]

Terrors of London is a 2-player deck-builder with a difference. Playing the role of an Overlord, with your own special ability and two unique influence cards in your hand, you’ll add Beasts, Mortals, Spirits and Undead factions to your deck. During the game, you’ll be forming different hordes to create powerful card combinations and help you claim a terrifying victory.

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‘Mental health and Kickstarters’ Guest Blog by Owen Duffy

A couple of weeks ago I launched a project on Kickstarter. I’m working with a team of fellow authors and journalists to publish a hardback book exploring the year’s best new tabletop games – a combination of original criticism, designer interviews and studio photography. It’s something I’ve been planning and working towards for months, and seeing it go out into

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