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Green Ronin News Archive for March 2001

March 28, 2001

Death In Freeport Nominated for Origins Award!

Last week at the GAMA Trade Show the Academy of Adventure Gaming Arts and Design announced the Origins Awards nominees. Green Ronin received a nomination in the Best Roleplaying Adventure category for the breakout hit Death in Freeport. Green Ronin founder and Freeport author Chris Pramas also received a nomination for Best Game-Related Short Work for his Warhammer story Mormacar's Lament. You'll be able to vote online for the Origins Awards next month and we'll be sure to post a link here when voting begins.

We Are Huge in France

We just put up a story on the French translation of Death in Freeport when the guys from Asmodee hand us a stack of Terreur a Freeport hot off the presses. Are they on the ball or what?


GAMA Show A Rousing Success!

The GAMA Trade Show last week was fantastic for Green Ronin. We gave away a pile of retailer kits, primed the channel for Legions of Hell, and showed off copies of Madness in Freeport. It's going to be a Green Ronin year.


March 18, 2001

Death in France

The French Player's Handbook has just been released, but it's actually not the first foreign translation for the d20 System to appear. That honor goes to Death in Freeport, or as they call it in France, Mort a Freeport. Asmodee Edition released a translation of Chris Pramas's groundbreaking adventure back in December and it has been enjoying brisk sales ever since. Look for a German translation soon from Truant Verlag!

Madness Ships!

Madness in Freeport has shipped! The final part of the Freeport Trilogy should be in your local game store shortly!


Green Ronin is off to GAMA

The Green Ronin Publishing staff will be showcasing our upcoming products at the GAMA Trade Show this week in sunny Las Vegas, Nevada. If you're a reatailer, stop by the Wizard's Attic booth and check out what we have coming up later this year.





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