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28.08.2017: Gen Con, ENNIES wins, and Spiel!

Whew. It's almost a week since coming back to Finland from another triumphant Gen Con. Lots of books were sold, profits made, and fans met (there was even LotFP Cosplay, as seen here!). But we also won big at the ENNIES again this year.

Blood in the Chocolate won the Gold ENNIE for Best Adventure.
Veins of the Earth won Silver ENNIEs in both the Best Writing and Best Monster/Adversary categories.
Broodmother Skyfortress got a Judges Selection.

Thanks to all who voted for us.

Do note that Veins was written by Patrick Stuart, who co-wrote last year's Silver ENNIE writing winner Maze of the Blue Medusa with Zak Sabbath, who himself won the Gold ENNIE for writing the year before that. Zak's new book for LotFP is in layout right now, and we're already plotting his next project after that.

Next big convention is Spiel in Essen October 26-29. We'll be in Hall A, Booth A114. I do plan on having the Referee book draft finally completed by then. Crossing fingers...

04.07.2017: LotFP Titles Nominated for ENNIE Awards!

The ENNIE Award nominations were announced today. LotFP titles were nominated in several categories:

Judges Spotlight Reece Carter chose Broodmother Skyfortress

Best Adventure Blood in the Chocolate nominated

Best Cartography Cursed Chateau nominated

Best Monster/Adversary Veins of the Earth nominated

Best Rules Veins of the Earth nominated

Best Writing Veins of the Earth nominated

Product of the Year Veins of the Earth nominated

Public voting on the awards will happen July 11-21, and the winners will be announced at Gen Con.

03.07.2017: Vaginas are Magic! available for download!

LotFP's 2017 Free RPG Day book, Vaginas are Magic!, is available as a Pay What You Want download here!

29.04.2017: Slügs! available for download!

LotFP's 2016 Free RPG Day book, Slügs!, is available as a Pay What You Want download here!

21.04.2017: Veins of the Earth out now, and First Reviews!

Veins of the Earth, writing by Patrick Stuart, art by Scrap Princess, layout and design by Jez Gordon.

Available here in print or here in PDF.

You can hit those links and see the official promotional material, but it might be more valuable to see what paying customers have already said:

"Evocative hints, and inspiring prose rather than excessive rules driven explanation alone would make Veins of the Earth an outstanding setting book, but the way it marries mechanics to setting intent and mood of play is a very rare accomplishment." (full review here)

"This book is beautiful." (full review here)

"My initial thoughts? Jesus. It's love at first sight." (full review here)

"If you are interested in running games that extend below the surface, I’d put this on a must-have list for the sheer amount of inspiration and research it condenses alone." (full review here)

Here's a Reddit post about Veins.

And Patrick and Scrap did an interview here.


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