Agon is for sale!

Friday, August 04, 2006

The game is now available in PDF form. 117 pages (plus a few goodies), only 10 bucks American. You can purchase it from the Agon website.

Printed books won't be ready for several weeks, so if you're dying to get your mitts on the game, this is the way to do it.

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Blogger El JoPe Magnifico says:  

Hey John,
Tony directed me here.

Indirectly related: What's the status of Stranger Things? A friend wanted to know after I linked to both.

Congrats on a fine looking finished work!
-jp



Blogger Peter Dyring-Olsen says:  

When can I order the printed book? It looks way too gorgeous to have as pdf only :-)



Anonymous Dan Frohlich says:  

John thanks for running the demo of Agon for Shawn and I at Gen Con. It was great! Thanks again for scoring me a print copy. It is a beautiful piece of work. I'm about 1/3 of the way through the book and really enjoying the read.

Shawn and I are working on getting our game group to try Agaon at our next meeting.



Blogger John Harper says:  

Thank YOU, Dan! Our game was one of my favorites of the con. I'm glad I was able to scrounge up a copy for you after the booth sold out.

Good luck with your Agon series. I hope it goes well. The Agon forum should go live at the Forge soon, so we can talk specific rules stuff and game prep over there.

To everyone else: Dan and Shawn were the most badass Agon players of the con. They killed the Gorgon faster than you can blink. It was very impressive. Glory to their names!



Blogger kesher says:  

John,

I just downloaded the (generous) amount of preview for Agon and read through it; very freaking cool! The illos kick some ass, too.

There's a dearth of good Ancient-y Greek rpgs out there, and you just upped the ante...

Aaron



Blogger Peter Dyring-Olsen says:  

A quick question while I'm waiting for my copy of Agon (gee, I'm not good at waiting):
Were you inspired by Frank Miller's comic book 300? I mean - there's the Greek thing and the landscape format... Haven not held the Agon book in my hand yet, it still seems to me as if these two books make great companions to each other!



Blogger John Harper says:  

Yes, Peter, 300 was a HUGE inspiration to me. It's one of my favorite books of all time. And the upcoming film looks like it might be good! I'm very excited.



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