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Magpie Media Roundup

Magpie Media Roundup March 31 2017
Actual plays are a great way to figure out if a game is right for you or your group, in addition to just being fun to listen to—so we’ve collected a few highlights of actual plays of Magpie Games from across the Internet, along with a few other interesting tidbits! The guys over at Nerds and Stuff made an amazing trailer for Urban Shadows. You can watch it here, and be sure to check out their Y...
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Masks At Large

Masks At Large March 9 2017
I have some exciting Masks news, from awards to materials from a LongCon at Dreamation, to a plug for some awesome fans. Thanks, everyone! Golden Geeks Masks was a runner up for the Board Game Geek’s RPG of the Year! Thank you to everyone who voted for us for either of the categories we were up for! We were very proud and grateful to be up for nomination, and thrilled to be alongside the win...
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Masks: A New Generation PDF Released!

The PDF of Masks is out! This is kind of an unreal moment for me, to be honest. This book has been, to some extent or another, in my mind and the focus of my attention for years now. Something that started by seeing a single image posted on John Stavropoulos’s G+ feed... ...turned into a slew of playtests and iterations and scrawled notes in notebooks… …transformed into som...
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Gen Con Highlights

It’s been a bit since GenCon closed off, and we want to cap off how grateful we are for such an awesome convention! Thank you to everyone who came by to the IGDN booth and said hi! Here are some of our highlights:   Velvet Glove Sold Out! Every year for GenCon we bring a game in ashcan form, meaning that it’s a playable, but not final, version of the game. In 2014, we brought Epyl...
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Con Report! – Origins

It’s been two weeks since Origins Magpie had a whirlwind of a time, and we wanted to look back on some of the awesome games and events we’ve had!  We had a blast running a smorgasbord of games! We had playtests, conversations, demos, and just plain awesome one-shots. The games we ran included: Bluebeard’s Bride, a horror game based on the fairy tale Bluebeard, in which a young bride exp...
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