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Happy Holidays from Free League Publishing!

Press Release   •   Dec 21, 2017 11:00 GMT

Happy Holidays from Free League Publishing!

Here is what we at Free League Publishing think you should do during the holidays: 

Relax and cuddle up in a comfy chair, swept in a cozy blanket, and start reading up on your next roleplaying game. Do it all in your own pace, in between unwrapping gifts and eating lots of candy. Have a cup of hot cocoa with cream on top and watch the snowflakes fall outside the window, while thinking of the strange and wonderous worlds you will soon be exploring together with your friends. 

New worlds await you. Next year will be a magical journey into the unknown. 

About Free League Publishing

We are the Free League, a Swedish indie publisher dedicated to speculative fiction. We have published several award-winning roleplaying games and critically acclaimed art books set in strange and wondrous worlds.

Being lifelong gamers and readers ourselves, we started Free League Publishing in 2011. Our first game, the post-apocalyptic Mutant: Year Zero was awarded a Silver ENnie for Best Rules 2015. The sci-fi adventure Coriolis - The Third Horizon, was awarded a Judge's Spotlight Award at Gencon. And we are proud to say that our latest roleplaying game Tales from the Loop RPG based on Simon Stålenhags iconic artbooks made a grand slam at the ENnie Awards this August, winning five Gold ENnies - among them Best Game and Product of the Year.

We have also released the critically acclaimed art books Things from the Flood and Tales from the Loop by artist Simon Stålenhag. His third book The Electric State has been released by Free League Publishing exclusively to the backers of the kickstarter campaign.

Our upcoming RPG Forbidden Lands has art by Simon Stålenhag and iconic Swedish fantasy artist Nils Gulliksson, lore by fantasy author Erik Granström and game design by the team that created Mutant: Year Zero, Coriolis: The Third Horizon and Tales from the Loop RPG

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