Hex Games Releases The MarmiCon Conundrum

Written by Steve Johnson. Posted in News

The MarmiCon Conundrum Cover To celebrate the 20thanniversary of QAGS, Hex Games has released the fantasy detective story The MarmiCon Conundrum.

Occult detective Ross Fulton and his assistant Ted have come to Indianapolis for MarmiCon, the largest gaming convention in the Midwest. Ross and Ted have to track down the elusive Franklin Fletcher, a game designer, con man, and Enochian mage, but they soon learn they’re not the only ones on his trail. Now Ross and Ted must outwit their rival, find Fletcher, and figure out why portals to other worlds are opening up throughout the convention. Plus, there’s the nagging question—what is Gotterdammerung Opus Maximus, the so-called “Ultimate Game”?

The MarmiCon Conundrum is an all-new novella that pays homage to the rich history of Hex Games, but you don’t need to know anything about Hex to enjoy the story. QAGS character stats are included, so you can run your own MarmiCon Conundrum RPG adventure.

The QAGS Qik Start Rules, as well as other games such as Hobomancer, Fratboys Vs., The Adventures of Sindbad, and Weird Times at Charles Fort High, are available at www.hexgames.comand at many RPG PDF sales sites.

The MarmiCon Conundrum is written by Leighton Connor, the co-founder of Hex Games, with a cover by Joshua LH Burnett.


American Artifacts 3 Now Available!

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Did you know that an angel wrote a history of the future on a series of silver tablets, and buried them in Alaska? That one of Jimi Hendrix’s guitars can shoot fire? Or that the cloak of World War II-era crimefighter Fighting Yank can still be used to summon the ghost of his ancestor? If you didn’t, don’t feel embarrassed; most people are unaware of America’s rich occult history. But now, after years of research, we are prepared to share these and other marvels.

American Artifacts 3 gives full descriptions of 20 magical items uniquely suited to the New World. Some are rock solid, like the Molly Stone, while others are intangible, like the Lonesome Whistle; some, like the Black Bell, played an important role in history, while others, like the Ralston Rocket, have been forgotten by all but the most erudite. 

All 20 artifacts are suitable for use in a wide variety of games. Each entry includes a description of the artifact, background information, and game mechanics. Though this book completes the American Artifacts trilogy, you do not need to have read either previous book to use this one.

American Artifacts 3 is 100% made in America, edited by Leighton “Cincinnati” Connor and Carter “Nashville” Newton. 


The Comprehensive Soldier is Now Available

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For nearly two decades, one name has always stood apart in the field of Fantasy Adventure Role-Gaming: Qerth. After countless glorious Journeys into the Imagination™, though, Hex Games had to step away from Qerth for a bit. Let’s just say that we were resting; the rumors of lawsuits and vicious in-fighting are complete fabrications, and besides, the lawyers won’t let us say anything, so why not just pretend it didn’t happen? The important thing is that, at long last, Hex Games has returned to Qerth with the first in a new series of guides, The Comprehensive Soldier.

In the magical fantasy world known as Qerth, there are many Jobs, ranging from the flashy Cheesemaker, to the versatile Murderer, to the useless Knome. But one Job stands apart, central to the very fabric of the world yet often overlooked. We speak, of course, of the Soldier. The Soldier may seem boring at first glance, but take another look. Sometimes it’s refreshing to get inside the head of someone with the Soldier’s simple clarity of purpose: he just wants to kill some things and take their stuff. Deep down, isn’t that really what we all want?


Hex Games at GenCon

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Candyland Has Fallen

Game ID: RPG17103316

System: QAGS

Date: 8/17/2017

Time: 10am-2pm

Location: JW Marriott 201 Table 1

Sweetness and light couldn’t save them. Rainbows and cute cat videos were powerless. Now the ultimate evil-mancer rules in Candyland. Unless.... Well, when the good can’t help, it’s time to turn to the naughty and wicked. Suicide Squad meets Yellow Submarine meets Babes in Toyland in this desperate gamble to save Candyland from Utter Destruction.


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