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Atlantis: Geographica Kickstarter Begins

For those of you who are not aware of it, but into the rpg gaming thing, I've been talking about the Atlantis: The Second Age RPG that is coming out in full-colour hardcover some time in the next couple of months.

Well, Jerry D. Grayson, the head honcho of Khepera Publishing, has just launched the Kickstarter for the first supplement in the line, the Atlantis: Geographica book. Here's the link:

Atlantis: Geographica Kickstarter

All I can say is that folks are going to love what Jerry and the folks at Khepera have done with the new edition of the game. Based on the original Atlantis trilogy of games from Bard Games and the first edition of the game from Morrigan Press, Atlantis: The Second Age is the terrific rpg of sword-and-sorcery in the Antediluvian age that delivers what it promises, and the supplement will be a terrific add-on volume for the game, covering...the world!

So please help Jerry support the game and publish the new supplement, and take a look at the Kickstarter. There are pledge levels where you can actually get the main rulebook as well as the new supplement, if you're just getting started with the game.
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