We're pleased to announce that Avalon Revisited 25 is now accepting setups - for more details Click Here
. The AR module has been updated slightly to clear up the discrepancies between the Adventures in Avalon module and the Avalon Revisited module, so please download a new version from the module page, and if you have any questions get in touch.
Also, detailed proposals for the next game in the One Ring module are available: Click Here
for details. It will be an explorer game, probably with a basher-only victory option.
Congratulations to the SSV Solara Faction, for their victory in the N44 Champions Game. For full details of the winners, Click Here
Need help using LPE on Windows 7? Click Here
to take a look at Ross's advice.
We are now accepting pledges for the new OR module. It is a short deadline, as we need first phase pledges in by the 1st October, so if you are interested in playing, then get pledging! Click Here
for full details of the module.
Jan Molenkamp has created a list of OR Runepower reports, which is available from this website. Click Here
to view or download it.
Congratulations to The Royal House of Talthain on their Victory in IR5: no opponents remain who are willing or able to oppose their victory.
We have a new version of the NIC module available. Those changes to the module listed on the individual game pages that are common to all NIC games are now included in the module, and have been removed from the game pages. Click Here
to view or it. (Note that if the title fonts do not appear correctly, try saving the file then opening with Acrobat.)
We have a new version of LPE available for games with an xml data file. If you were previously using v2.3, please upgrade to this one. Click Here
to download it.
We have added some important new advice on LPE movement to the LPE FAQs - Click Here
for full details.
We are delighted to announce that Harlequin Games won the Best PBM award at Origins for our Legends Module "The One Ring". The creative team was led by Sam Roads and (Austrian Legends Moderator) Klaus Bachler. John Davis did his usual magic on the words and layout, and Clint Oldridge, Edward Lane and Johannes Klapf contributed game design and cartography. Click Here
to read about the awards.
We have added a section on Apprentice to the House Rules. To read them, Click Here
We have added an article to the site designed to help MAC users. Click Here
to view it, or Click Here
to see all the articles available.
Sam and Ed