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Stargrave: Quarantine 37 – Devblog 2

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Stargrave: Quarantine 37 is out now and many of you have already been diving into the new solo campaign and battling the frightening new additions to the bestiary. With so much new content to explore in the book, we decided that, once again, we would hand the blog over to Joseph A. McCullough to give a little background into how he created some of the new scenarios.Continue Reading

Stargrave: Quarantine 37 – Launch Day

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Today we are incredibly proud to announce the arrival of our latest wargame paperback from the award-winning Joseph A. McCullough, Stargrave: Quarantine 37. The new supplement expands the universe of the smash-hit Stargave with a whole host of exciting new content for players. From new solo and coop campaigns, to scary new bestiary entries, Quarantine 37 has something for everyone.Continue Reading

Stargrave: Quarantine 37 – Second Preview

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  The new supplement for Stargrave has so many new features. It's time we shared a little more with you...Continue Reading

Stargrave: Quarantine 37 – Devblog

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The setting of Stargrave is almost infinitely large. It includes umpteen-million worlds, every kind of alien imaginable, and more ways to die than can fit in a phone book. I wanted the game to feel vast, so that players can bring whatever ideas and trappings they want to it, without feeling constrained by the setting...Continue Reading

Stargrave: Quarantine 37 – Preview

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The first supplement for Stargrave is nearly upon us! On September 16th, players will be heading out into abandonded space stations in search of precious new loot. If you're as excited as we are for the new solo campaign, competitive campaigns, and new content, then we have some thrilling previews for you.But we're getting ahead of ourselves. First, let's see what Stargrave: Quarantine 37 has in store for us.-------When it was commissioned, Imperial Research Station 37 was home to nearly 10,000 scientists and researchers working on a vast array of biological and chemical projects. Then, six months before the outbreak of the war, Station 37 went dark.Continue Reading

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