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Cubicle 7 To Stop Publishing Lone Wolf

Cubicle 7 has announced in a short that it will no longer be publishing the Lone Wolf RPG, which they’ve produced for the last 8 years.

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Unfortunately, due to some recent unexpected developments, Cubicle 7 will no longer be publishing Lone Wolf roleplaying games with Holmgard Press.

Cubicle 7 would like to thank you for your support over the years since our Lone Wolf Adventure began in 2013. As fans of Lone Wolf since childhood we have really enjoyed working on this line and creating adventures for all the brave and noble warrior-monks.

That’s all they’ve said at this stage.
 
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Russ Morrissey

Russ Morrissey

darjr

I crit!
Wow, it seems like a lot longer. Wasn't there a D&D 4e version of this? I think I remember that was the only version I played.
 








Never heard of it and was expecting the and Cub in the title. I’ll have to look into it snd see what it’s like.
It was a competing set of game books, similar to Fighting Fantasy, but with a very distinct world, as opposed to the general mishmash early AD&D fantasy of the Fighting Fantasy books. I never read/played them, but I recall it having a bit of a martial arts by way of Europe flavor and an overarching war.
 

doctorbadwolf

Heretic of The Seventh Circle
It was a competing set of game books, similar to Fighting Fantasy, but with a very distinct world, as opposed to the general mishmash early AD&D fantasy of the Fighting Fantasy books. I never read/played them, but I recall it having a bit of a martial arts by way of Europe flavor and an overarching war.
“Warrior-monks” certainly sounds that call. Damn, I’d never heard of this, but it sounds like something I’d enjoy at least reading, and that cover art tells me the artist is the same as The One Ring 1e, John Hogdes, Hogdeman, something like that.
 


“Warrior-monks” certainly sounds that call. Damn, I’d never heard of this, but it sounds like something I’d enjoy at least reading, and that cover art tells me the artist is the same as The One Ring 1e, John Hogdes, Hogdeman, something like that.
The actual game books have a very distinctive (but different) art style, too. Very early British fantasy art, although not the proto-Warhammer stuff that Fighting Fantasy had. (Which makes sense, since the folks behind Fighting Fantasy were a large part of Warhammer when it started up.)
 

Wasn't it based on a choose your own adventure type series of novels?
Yes.



If this book appeared in an episode of Stranger Things I would bet it would be very popular.
 

paulvenner

Explorer
once again Cubicle 7 drop another licensed property after stating that they would be supporting it with more products soon...... losing faith in them as a company
 

EllisEthel

Villager
once again Cubicle 7 drop another licensed property after stating that they would be supporting it with more products soon...... losing faith in them as a company
I would expect that the Warhammer games they’ve been making are a massive investment in time, creative energy and money. Keep the faith Paul 😎👍 they publish good games.
 



Jiggawatts

Explorer
I know they have Warhammer Fantasy, Warhammer 40k, and Warhammer Age of Sigmar they are rocking, but is Doctor Who now their only non-Warhammer game still left?
 


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