TheGPA.org Newsletter for Sunday, March 21, 2010
Issue: 318

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[Crafty Games] New Call to Arms and Adventure Releases
Crafty Games is proud to release three new Call to Arms products for Fantasy Craft, and we have a little something special from our friends at Reality Blurs as well!


Call to Arms: The Bloodsworn is blessed with preternatural awareness and uncanny toughness, and stands at eternal vigil to defend the weak and helpless. With a select few he shares a supernatural bond, a union that binds them in body and soul.

Call to Arms: The Force of Nature is a product of the most basic forces of life itself, a champion whose intimate connection with the physical world can be channeled to unleash primeval powers with devastating effect.

Call to Arms: The Mist Dancer excels at the larcenous arts. No shackle can hold him, no door can stop him, and no riches are beyond his reach. His methods are as elusive as they are effective, and for this he commands the highest rates in the land - rates his clients are all too happy to pay.

Purchase them individually or together in this discounted bundle!

A Keg for Dragon is Reality Blurs' first release in the Old School Fantasy line - and we're also extremely excited to announce that it's the first in their series of officially licensed Fantasy Craft products.

“We have long been fans of Crafty Games’ work, and with their recent release of Fantasy Craft at Gen Con, we knew this would be an excellent opportunity for us to work together. We have a lot of good stuff planned, and being able to bring it to fans of this system is going to be tremendous. We are best known for our development with lighter game systems, but the versatility of Fantasy Craft could not be ignored. In truth, we share a lot of the same design principles with Pat and Alex, and we look forward to bringing some of our visions to life with this robust game system. In other words, Mastercraft does d20 right, and we intend to do right by it.”
-Sean Preston, President, Reality Blurs

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