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Given that CanGames 2017 is just around the corner (starts a week tomorrow), I figured I'd re-run a post here of the gaming stuff I'll be selling at the convention at the CanGames booth. So without further ado...


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Of Dreams and Magic (ODAM) modern/urban fantasy RPG and Dreamscape: Laruna Fantasy RPG fantasy rpg and supplement for ODAM

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Keltia Arthurian Roleplaying Game and the Avalon supplement

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Chill 3rd Edition Roleplaying Game and the Cryptworld Roleplaying Game, both horror rpgs with interesting non-traditional elements to them

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Monster Island supplement and The Book of Quests adventures book for RuneQuest

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Sufficiently Advanced Roleplaying Game (2nd Ed HC) of transhuman science fiction

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Cogs, Cakes & Swordsticks RPG and Lords of Olympus RPG

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Trobridge Inn d20 Fantasy setting supplement


Anyway, that's what I'll be selling at CanGames 2017 in about a week, so hope some folks reading this post express some interest in the rpgs and supplements mentioned here, and purchase them. :)

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    17 Apr 2024, 18:48
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