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Take Root With New Marauder Expansion On Kickstarter

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Root has become more and more popular over time, with expansions, playmats and accessories for the game readily available, Leder Games have added a brand new expansion to Kickstarter with the Marauder Expansion.

Weekender: Hero Forge 2.0 Just In Time For New D&D Multiverse?

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We've catching up on all the news from this week including an update on that Hero Forge Kickstarter and more!

Leder Games Follow The Threads Of History In Oath

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Cole Wehrle and Patrick Leder who have done some stunning work in the past for Leder Games on Root are back with another innovative sounding board game for one-to-six players called Oath: Chronicles Of Empire And Exile.

Leder Games Delve Deeper Into New Game, Oath

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Leder Games, the maestros behind the well-loved game Root, have been talking more about the design of their new game Oath.

Delve Into Root With Clockwork Expansion & RPG!

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Root is a massive game which has done exceptionally well for Leder Games and a Clockwork Expansion is on the way to open up even more alternatives for you to enjoy.

Delve Into Root’s Underworld Expansion On Kickstarter

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New factions, new decks, a new map and more are added into the mix with Root: The Underworld Expansion on Kickstarter right now from Leder Games.

Leder Games Announce New Root Underworld Expansion

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Root was warmly received by the gaming community when it was released for its innovative narrative, asymmetric design, and vast replayability. Now, Leder Games have announced the first expansion for the hit game, coming to Kickstarter on March 14th!

Leder Games Go Delving With Asymmetrical Trove Board Game

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If you're looking for a fun looking board game about dungeon delving, but with a twist, then see what you think of Trove: The Crystal Caverns from Leder Games. This asymmetrical game sees you playing as the hero and the denizens of the cavern each in a race for victory...

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