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Silver_Dragoon
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« on: March 10, 2010, 11:53:13 AM »

I am very pleased to announce that Spellbook Games is now open for business, ready to supply a variety of interesting and useful aids for the classic games-master, and memorable encounters from a single dungeon room up to a mini-campaign. All of our products are high-quality PDF’s with art, maps, and graphics of a quality that exceeds those of many other publishers. Our products are usable at the game table and are designed with the printer in mind. We have several outstanding encounters and useful game aids on sale now at very reasonable prices – you can also see our quality by downloading our FREE products, or looking at our Art Page. Please visit our website at www.spellbookgames.com, look around, get to know us, and come back often. We will be periodically releasing new titles in our Dungeon Shorts line, and adding new material to our Freebies page.

Our Gehenna line updates, expands, and completes the classic Judges Guild™ module, Inferno. Our first product in this line is coming soon, Inferno Maladies. The next few months will see the release of some huge expansion products, Inferno Bestiary and Inferno Treasury (both in July), Inferno 1980, Inferno: Journey through Malebolge (October), followed by Inferno: Samael’s Tower. And we aren’t stopping there...there are three more Inferno products coming in 2011, and we are already planning for more after that.
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Seth M. Drebitko
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« Reply #1 on: March 10, 2010, 11:36:11 PM »

Looks like a great little company you have going. The only thing I can suggest is trim your forum down to maybe an "on topic" or "off topic". The reasoning is that people are very turned off to dead looking forums.

Just my 2 cents
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