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Lone Wolf Product News

We have three items of news about Lone Wolf products, good and bad. Heroes of Magnamund, a supplement to the Lone Wolf Adventure Game, is now available for online purchase. Megara Entertainment is now selling Lone Wolf: The Board Game, designed and illustrated by Gary Chalk. Holmgard Press has sold out of Lone Wolf 21: […]

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Lone Wolf Adventure Game nominated for three Gen Con EN World RPG awards!

Voting has now started for this year’s Gen Con EN World RPG awards, better known as ‘The Ennies’. It is open to everyone on a one vote per category per person basis. Voting ends on July 21st. The Lone Wolf Adventure Game is nominated for: Best Rules Best Family Game Best Production Values

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Cubicle 7 to Publish Lone Wolf 29

Joe Dever just announced on his Facebook page that Cubicle 7 will be publishing Lone Wolf 29: The Storms of Chai in March 2016. THE STORMS OF CHAI As the Forces of Darkness launch an overwhelming assault upon the Free Nations of Magnamund, Kai Supreme Master Lone Wolf tasks you with a desperate mission to […]

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Maps of Magnamund

The Maps of Magnamund Collection comprise 36 super-detailed colour maps of the World of Magnamund. Illustrated by Francesco Mattioli, they combine exquisitely intricate maps on the front, with a world grid and useful background information on the reverse. They cover many previously uncharted geographic features, plus special sites and locations never before revealed to Lone […]

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Unboxing the Lone Wolf Adventure Game

Cubicle 7 Entertainment Ltd, the UK games company behind the Lone Wolf Adventure Game, has released an excellent 12-minute video that shows the unboxing of the very first print edition of the game.

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Advance Copies of the Lone Wolf Adventure Game

Cubicle Seven have received advance copies of the Lone Wolf Adventure Game (LWAG) at their office in Swindon, UK. These were specially flown to them ahead of the main shipments so that they can check that everything is OK. And it certainly is! Jon Hodgson (Art Director) is so delighted with the finished product that […]

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Lone Wolf Adventure Game Available to Pre-order

The Lone Wolf Adventure Game boxed set is now available to pre-order from the Cubicle Seven webstore, and the PDF version is available to buy from DrivethruRPG and RPGNow. Pre-orders for the boxed set, both at the Cubicle Seven webstore and at participating Bits & Mortar retailers, come with a complementary PDF copy too. For […]

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Lone Wolf Adventure Game Updates

The Lone Wolf Adventure Game Kickstarter was successfully funded to the tune of £68,000 back in September (€88,500 / $105,000) and attracted over 600 backers eager to support Cubicle 7 (C7) in producing a brand-new game set in the world of Magnamund. C7 wanted to give the supporters an extra reward, so, at the start […]

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Lone Wolf Kickstarter Success!

The Lone Wolf Adventure Game Kickstarter ended very successfully on September 16, 2014, thanks to the wonderful and sustained support it received from all the backers. My sincere thanks to all of you who got behind this campaign; you guys made it happen! On behalf of Dom and Jon of Cubicle 7, and all of […]

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Lone Wolf Adventure Game Kickstarter – 4 Days Left

Only 4 days to go in the Lone Wolf Adventure Game Kickstarter Campaign! It will be closing next Tuesday, Sep 16, at 5:00 PM BST (British Summer Time), CET 18:00 / EDT 22:00 / CDT 23:00 / MDT 24:00 / PDT 01:00 (9/17). My sincere thanks to everyone supporting this campaign, your pledges are very […]

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