Tomas Härenstam: Things from the Flood & Forbidden Lands

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As we prepare to play our next game, The Forbidden Lands, we sought out the lead designer of the game to share with us his warnings to our players. 

Tomas Härenstam is the CEO of Free League Games and the director behind Tales from the Loop, it's sequel game Things from the Flood, and the lead designer for Forbidden Lands. 

He called us up from Sweden to talk all about his newest two games, why they got made, and some of the interesting changes players can expect. 

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Tales From The Loop - Tomas Harenstam Interview

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Following our campaign of Tales from the Loop, the tabletop RPG from Free League Games, we sat down with game director Tomas Harenstam to talk about the origins of Tales from the Loop and how it became a role playing game in the first place and details surrounding the exciting new sequel, Things from the Flood, currently on Kickstarter for one more week.

Check out the Things from the Flood kickstarter right now: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1192053011/things-from-the-flood-sequel-to-tales-from-the-loo

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The Tales From The Loop tabletop RPG is published by Free League and available through Modiphius Entertainment.

Tales From The Loop (4 of 4)

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In the 1980's that never was... 

North of Stolkholm lie the Mälaren Islands and the world's largest particle accelerator, the Facility for Research in
High Energy Physics, or as the locals prefer to call it, "The Loop". What exactly goes on within The Loop and what they're researching remains a tightly guarded secret but all you know for sure is weird and strange things have been happening ever since. Your friend says that aliens live in the cooling towers, your neighbor is convinced there are monsters in the woods eating their cattle, and there's always a rumour or two at school worth checking in about. 

Inspired by the paintings of Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag of an alternate 1980's history, these are the tales from the Loop. 

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Terrible Warriors: Joshua Barbeau, Natalie Wallace, Cassie Chui, Justin Ecock, and Jon Blair

Tales From The Loop (3 of 4)

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In the 1980's that never was... 

North of Stolkholm lie the Mälaren Islands and the world's largest particle accelerator, the Facility for Research in
High Energy Physics, or as the locals prefer to call it, "The Loop". What exactly goes on within The Loop and what they're researching remains a tightly guarded secret but all you know for sure is weird and strange things have been happening ever since. Your friend says that aliens live in the cooling towers, your neighbor is convinced there are monsters in the woods eating their cattle, and there's always a rumour or two at school worth checking in about. 

Inspired by the paintings of Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag of an alternate 1980's history, these are the tales from the Loop. 

Follow us on Twitter and/or Instagram!
Terrible Warriors Twitter = @dicewarriors Instagram = @terriblewarriors
Cassie Twitter & Instagram = @d20love
Justin Twitter & Instagram = @MrEcock
Joshua Twitter = @JoshuaBarbeau Instagram = @zinger2099
Natalie Twitter & Instagram = @ChaoticRogue
Jon Twitter = @okjonblair Instagram = @jonblairbasically

Check out Natalie and Josh's other project at Chaotic Rogue Entertainment
And special thanks to Brendan Frye from C&G Magazine for providing us with this month's gaming materials. 

Terrible Warriors: Joshua Barbeau, Natalie Wallace, Cassie Chui, Justin Ecock, and Jon Blair

Tales From The Loop (2 of 4)

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In the 1980's that never was... 

North of Stolkholm lie the Mälaren Islands and the world's largest particle accelerator, the Facility for Research in
High Energy Physics, or as the locals prefer to call it, "The Loop". What exactly goes on within The Loop and what they're researching remains a tightly guarded secret but all you know for sure is weird and strange things have been happening ever since. Your friend says that aliens live in the cooling towers, your neighbor is convinced there are monsters in the woods eating their cattle, and there's always a rumour or two at school worth checking in about. 

Inspired by the paintings of Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag of an alternate 1980's history, these are the tales from the Loop. 

Follow us on Twitter and/or Instagram!
Terrible Warriors Twitter = @dicewarriors Instagram = @terriblewarriors
Cassie Twitter & Instagram = @d20love
Justin Twitter & Instagram = @MrEcock
Joshua Twitter = @JoshuaBarbeau Instagram = @zinger2099
Natalie Twitter & Instagram = @ChaoticRogue
Jon Twitter = @okjonblair Instagram = @jonblairbasically

Check out Natalie and Josh's other project at Chaotic Rogue Entertainment
And special thanks to Brendan Frye from C&G Magazine for providing us with this month's gaming materials. 

Terrible Warriors: Joshua Barbeau, Natalie Wallace, Cassie Chui, Justin Ecock, and Jon Blair