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Hobomancer

Hobomancer


Winner of the 2013 ENnie Silver Award for Best Electronic Book! Among the countless hobos who ride the rails looking for work in 1930s America, there exists a secret society of magicians known as the hobomancers. The hobomancers face all the same problems as rank-and-file hobos—hunger, mean-spirited railway bulls, bad hooch—but they must also concern themselves with defending...   [click here for more]
Hex Games  $14.99 $10.04

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Elvismancer

Elvismancer


Hail To The King! Elvis Presley was the King of Rock & Roll, and today, nearly 50 years after his death, there’s a thriving community of entertainers who make their living as Elvis tribute artists. But what if Elvis impersonation wasn’t just a weird entertainment niche, but a full-fledged magical tradition? Even if he never cracked a grimoire or drew a magic circle, few could argue that Elvis...   [click here for more]
Hex Games  $5.00 $4.00

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Spooky: The Definitive Guide To Horror Gaming

Spooky: The Definitive Guide To Horror Gaming


Dread. Shock. Terror. Player characters rarely experience these emotions. And why should they? Most player characters are stable, healthy, and secure. But what's the fun in that? Spooky: The Definitive Guide to Horror Gaming tells how to bring the thrill of a great horror story into your games. For players, there are popular character types, useful PC traits, and tips on working with your GM....   [click here for more]
Hex Games  $9.99

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Hobomancer Preview

Hobomancer Preview


Hobomancer Labor Day Sale! You might not think of hobos as playing a role in the labor movement, but the original meaning of the word “hobo” was “one who travels to work.” This differentiated them from tramps (who travelled but did not work) and bums (who neither travelled nor worked). There was even a hobo union--the Tourist Union #63--founded in part to distinguish hobos...   [click here for more]
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