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http://www.harlequingames.com/

Revision as of 03:08, 4 September 2019

Home of Legends PBM: Explore and conquer vibrant and original worlds that stretch the limits of imagination and possibility.

http://www.harlequingames.com/

Email us...

  • Email: pbm@harlequingames.com


Telephone us... (Monday - Friday, noon - 6.30pm)

  • Telephone: +44 (0)29 2062 5665

Or write to us...

Harlequin Games

Office B

340 North Road

Cardiff

CF14 3BP

UK


Games and former games

Harlequin currently runs Legends, a game system with unique modules:

Adventures in Avalon

Blood Tides Rising

Crown of Chaos

Immortals’ Realm

North Island

Swords of Pelarn

The One Ring

Twilight Crusade



Former games include:

Amaranth

Battle for the Planets

Crack of Doom

CTF 2187

Exile

Premier Football

Serim Ral

Star Quest



Staff

Edward Lane

Edward is the main Legends GM, and is pretty sure that gremlins have been sneaking work into his in-tray when he isn’t looking, otherwise his workload really ought to fit more easily into a normal day.

When not working he plays board games, juggles, and spends the rest of his time doing stuff with his wife Michelle.


Ross Inglis

Ross Inglis is the Canadian guardian of the Legends code. Before he joined Harlequin, he had some Legends success, managing to be in a winning team five times, and in another two that he foolishly dropped before his side went on to win.

These days, he goes paragliding when the weather is good, and plays board games when the weather is bad. His enthusiasm for games is so great he has willingly playtested new ones for Reiner Knizia on a weekly basis for the last 10 years.