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Wednesday, 13th April, 2011, 08:22 PM #1
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4 Winds Fantasy Gaming to Publish The World of the Chi'lan RPG Books
Great Falls, MT-based roleplaying game publisher 4 Winds Fantasy Gaming will be producing roleplaying game books based on award-winning author Margaret H. Bonham’s The World of the Chi’lan, as detailed in the Swords of Destiny series of books. such as Prophecy of Swords, Runestone of Teiwas, and others.
“This is an amazing opportunity for us,” said 4 Winds Fantasy Gaming co-owner Robert W. Thomson. “We are incredibly happy to work with Maggie Bonham to produce roleplaying games based on her books and stories, and especially honored that it was Maggie who sought us out over other game publishers.”
This is not the first work 4 Winds and Maggie are doing together. In June 2011, 4 Winds Fantasy Gaming will publish Phantasia Zoologica Volume I: Cats, Dogs and Horses, with cats and horses entries written by Maggie.
4 Winds has not yet set a release schedule for any The World of the Chi’lan products, but look for the first one in early 2012. The game system and specifics of the products are yet to be determined, but will be announced soon. Follow @4WFG on Twitter or "like" 4 Winds Fantasy Gaming on Facebook for immediate updates and announcements.
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