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    April 5, 2019

    Kotaku | New Afro-Futurist RPG Is A Fresh Break From Sci-fi’s Tired Tropes

    The internet gaming and nerd culture magazine, Kotaku, had an interview with Brandon. It centered around the Kickstarter for Welcome to Tikor.
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    March 22, 2019

    Gamer News Online | Welcome to Tikor Setting Book for Swordsfall RPG Up On Kickstarter

    Preview from Gamer News The internet website Gamer News Online did a quick write-up for our Kickstarter! Check it out. Coming up with a world as a GM is really tough. There’s about a million things to try and figure out, and it can all get very complex very fast. It’s much easier to leave that to someone else and then bask in their creativity as you take your adventurers around. Welcome to Tikor is a new setting book for the Swordsfall RPG. You can check it out on Kickstarter now.– Gamer News Online For the full Preview head over to Gamer News Online
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    March 21, 2019

    Tabletop Gaming News | Welcome to Tikor Setting Book for Swordsfall RPG Up On Kickstarter

    TGN Preview A nice little preview of Welcome to Tikor from Tabletop Gaming News!  Coming up with a world as a GM is really tough. There's about a million things to try and figure out, and it can all get very complex very fast. It's much easier to leave that to someone else and then bask in their creativity as you take your adventurers around. Welcome to Tikor is a new setting book for the Swordsfall RPG. You can check it out on Kickstarter now.– Tabletop Gaming News Read the full Preview at Tabletop Gaming News
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    March 19, 2019

    Geek Native | Swordsfall: Afropunk, African-cyberpunk, RPG setting kickstarts in just an hour

    Geeky Preview One of our first write-ups was a preview from the online blog site Geek Native. They do a good job of summarizing the Kickstarter and getting it hype! Swordsfall is as much an art book as it is an RPG and the Kickstarter is to fund that art. The setting came from Brandon Dixon’s frustration that so much of fantasy lore, whether it high fantasy or low fantasy, was Eurocentric in flavour. He set up a Patreon and a World Anvil to share Swordsfall. That’s now worth at least $324 a month in Patreon backers, so there’s clearly demand, and a Kickstarter feels like a sensible next step. You can follow the progress online. For the full Preview head to Geek Native
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    March 15, 2019

    Bell of Lost Souls | Welcome To Tikor, An RPG Of Ancient Magic And Future Tech

    Lost Souls in Tikor We had a great preview come out from Bell of Lost Souls! It was a great write-up, check it out. Welcome to Tikor is an upcoming Afropunk RPG setting/artbook that takes players into a gorgeously drawn world where deities and spirits exist alongside cybernetics and other technological wonders. Come see what awaits you in Tikor. It’s not everyday you find a Kickstarter that catches your attention with the promise of something unlike anything else out there right now. Swordsfall is an in-development Afropunk RPG, a shared world building system, and a setting that’s built with the precepts of developing a world that isn’t another Eurocentric fantasy setting. And as you might tell from the genre, the world of Tikor is built entirely using African lore and inspiration. Developed by a team of three, Swordsfall is an RPG that provides a space to play in and explore…
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    March 6, 2019

    Comicbook/WWG | ‘Swordsfall’ Brings a New Gorgeous Afropunk World to Tabletop RPGs

    Preview from Comicbook/WWG Swordsfall was featured in the online publication, Comicbook.com!  Swordsfall could become the next big tabletop RPG game if its campaign setting and art book is any indication. Earlier this week, Brandon Dixon launched a Kickstarter to raise funds for Welcome to Tikor, a new campaign setting and art book that will introduce players to the world of his planned Swordsfall tabletop RPG game. According to the Kickstarter, Swordsfall is a rich Afropunk sci-fantasy game inspired by the rich lore of pre-colonial Africa. Tapping into lore of various African cultures gives the continent of Tikor a unique feel not seen in other fantasy RPGs and also breaks the stereotypes often seen when fantasy literature and media tries to blend the people of a continent into a single culture. From Comicbook.com Head to Comicbook.com to read the rest

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