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This is an update on the Swords & Wizardry version of Fire As She Bears. We converted the game and discovered that it was not up to par when it was done in Swords & Wizardry. Although we could have definitely fulfilled the...
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In honor of Shark Week... Razor Coast (http://www.talesofthefroggod.com/rc.html)
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Come join our community, we have giveaways! Find other gamers, get latest news, and mingle with the frogs. Come on you know you want to! https://plus.google.com/u/1/communities/117966648995453744773
 
We are doing a Giveaway over on the Swords & Wizardry fan page so we thought it was only fair to do one here as well! When we reach 1000 fans in this community we will giveaway 1 free hardback book of the winner's choice, shipping paid by us. We will also draw 3 additional winners at random from the members on this community to receive a pdf of their choice, free! So spread the word to your players and friends to come join us!
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CENTER STAGE MINIATURES SIGNS CONTRACT WITH FROG GOD GAMES -  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Poulsbo, WA, (April 21st 2013) – Center Stage Miniatures signed contracts with Frog God Games, LLC this week to produce a range of 28mm heroic scale miniatures based on Frog God Games’ Razor Coast campaign setting. Razor Coast, created by Nicholas Logue, is a dark fantasy pirate campaign setting laced in gothic horror and nautical nightmares.

“Center Stage has been looking into options to create pirate miniatures for years,” said Matthew Solarz, president of CSM, “and Mr. Logue has been one of my favorite contemporary RPG writers since his Crown of the Kobold King (by Paizo Publishing). Being able to produce miniatures for a pirate setting – and one created by Nick in particular – is a dream come true.”

Rachel Ventura, VP of Sales & Marketing for Frog God Games, said “several fans have asked for more miniatures for Razor Coast. Some backers were equally disappointed we weren’t able to add on more miniatures during the Razor Coast Kickstarter. Center Stage Miniatures presents us with a solution to offering high quality miniatures for this mega-campaign”. 

Legendary fantasy artist Jennell Jaquays will be penciling concept sketches of all forthcoming Razor Coast miniatures, Solarz said. The first two miniatures in the Razor Coast range will be available at GenCon 2013. 

About Center Stage Miniatures
Manufacturer of high quality 25 and 28mm metal and resin miniatures for use with the world's most popular role-playing game. www.centerstageminis.com

About Frog God Games
Founded in April 2010, Frog God Games publishes resources for the tabletop roleplaying games Pathfinder Roleplaying Games and Swords & Wizardry. Its products are known for their grand adventure settings and high quality production values. “If our hardcovers won’t last you a lifetime of use, we have not made a high enough quality product”, said Webb. Frog God Games currently serves over 3000 customers in USA, Canada, Brazil, Europe, South America, China, Japan, Australia and New Zealand, and has produced over 70 books for Pathfinder Roleplaying Games and Swords & Wizardry in the past two years. The writers of Frog God Games have won numerous ENnie Awards. For more information about Frog God Games visit its website at www.talesofthefroggod.com
 
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VP of Sales & Marketing
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I like the idea of having more minis for Razor Coast, just would prefer sticking to 25mm scale. 28mm is too big IMHO especially when using terrain like Dwarven Forge. If Jennel is  doing the sketches they should be really good!
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A giant resin model of the frog god "Tsathogga" will kick off the new Tome of Horrors Complete miniatures range. It will be available for pre-GenCon sale for $129.95 if paid by August 15th - once GenCon begins, it will be $15...
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In honor of Shark Week... Razor Coast (http://www.talesofthefroggod.com/rc.html)
 
In honor of Shark Week... Razor Coast (http://www.talesofthefroggod.com/rc.html)
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I think this is great. I have some of center stages stuff and I really like their minis 
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Bill has over 70 books to his credit-writing, developing and directing the creation of over 100,000 pages of fantasy RPG material as the creative director and still half owner of Necromancer Games (with his old buddy Clark Peterson).

His best known works include Rappan Athuktm, Wilderlands of High Fantasytm, Dungeon of Gravestm, Demons and Devilstm, the Crucible of Freyatm, and The Lost City of Barakustm (with WDB Kenower).

Bill has worked with industry giants, including Gary Gygax, Rob Kuntz, David Kenzer, Steve Wieck, Ari Marmell, Robert Schwalb, Steve Chenault, Casey Christofferson and Pat Lawinger, and of course, his RPG hero, Bob Bledsaw. He currently lives on his farm in a remote area of Washington State with his dogs, guns, pickup truck, wife and two kids where he designs roads, bridges and parks in his spare time. Among his many weapons are fear, the element of surprise, and his not-so-pretty red robe. In fact, he seldom gets out of his robe (except for his day job). And yes, thats booze in his coffee cup. One part redneck, one part engineer and 4 parts killer DM basically sums up Bill.

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His works have won several ENNIE Awards, including his pride and joy, the Golden Grognard award in 2007.
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