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Based in Swindon, UK, Mongoose Publishing was founded in 2001 and within 6 months became the UK’s largest publisher of roleplaying games. Initially concentrating on d20 based products, Mongoose Publishing's first book was the Slayers Guide to Hobgoblins, part of the Slayers Guide series of books. Subsequent product lines followed in rapid succession with the release of the Encyclopaedia Arcane, Travellers Tales, Quintessential and Cities of Fantasy series of books.
Mongoose has earned a reputation for producing quality licensed products to sit alongside their generic fantasy ranges and their first licensed book, the Judge Dredd roleplaying game, proved to be an instant hit. Further licensed products followed with roleplaying games based on Slaine, Babylon 5, Conan, Lone Wolf, Macho Women with Guns, Paranoia and Runequest. Mongoose's newest licenced roleplaying game, Traveller, brings back the classic science fiction roleplaying game.
In 2004 Mongoose Publishing launched it's first miniatures game, Mighty Armies, and this was quickly followed by the Origins award-winning Babylon 5 spaceship combat game, A Call to Arms. Mongoose’s first foray into plastic miniature games came in late 2004 with the innovative Gangs of Mega City One, a skirmish game based on the world of Judge Dredd. In the spring of 2005 Mongoose Publishing released the Starship Troopers miniatures game, a mass battle game in 28mm scale pitting humanity against a host of enemies in a battle for the species. Supported with a range of metal and plastic miniature releases, a year after its launch Starship Troopers had already won the Origins 'Best New Game' award and was supported by over 50 different releases. Our current miniatures games include Judge Dredd and A Call to Arms: Star Fleet.
Mongoose Publishing's miniatures games and roleplaying games continue to provide gamers with fantastic worlds in which to immerse themselves, and the company has become a recognised force in the world of hobby games.
Based in Swindon, UK, Mongoose Publishing was founded in 2001 and within 6 months became the UK’s largest publisher of roleplaying games. Initially concentrating on d20 based products, Mongoose Publishing's first book was the Slayers Guide to Hobgoblins, part of the Slayers Guide series of books. Subsequent product lines followed in rapid succession with the release of the... click to expand
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This month’s S&P is jammed packed full of campaigns, supplements spells, introductions, adventures and all other manner of goodies. A wide range of articles covering new and upcoming releases along with plenty to support your favourite Mongoose line. * 760 Patrons By Bryan Steele. An introduction to 760 Patrons. * Campaigns of Terror By Matthew Sprange. A variant A Call To Arms campaign... [click here for more]
In this month's issue; * The Starchild – Part Two of Courtney Parsons’ adventure for Traveller. * Battlefield Evolution: World At War Battle Report. Find out what happened when Alex Fennell called into the UK office to duke it out with Ted Chang. * Breaking the Stones Part 1. The first part of a Gloranthan scenario by Lawrence Whitaker. * Additional German Battleships for... [click here for more]
A few days late this month, apologies for that - blame a poor, sick, editor! Anyway, we have some marvellous goodies to make uyp for it; Legacy of War: The start of a HUGE 14 part mega-campaign for Traveller - Babylon 5. Chaos and Mayhem: Several short scenarios for A Call to Arms. Plunder of the Elfs: More background on Gloranthan elfs. Medic!: A look at those who heal in Traveller. Attack on... [click here for more]