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Gods Eye Games23 Oct 2018 7:28 a.m. PST

Howdy everyone,

I thought I'd slid in this bit of news whilst Bill gets our advertising account sorted…

Gods Eye Games, the new publishing company formed by Joe Veltre and Scott Holmes have worked out a deal to acquire Sons of Mars and the youtube hobby channel "The Acceptable Casualties". Going forward this partnership will continue to support Sons of Mars and build upon its recent success with additional content and other game play elements for the community at large. The Acceptable Casualties will continue to focus on battle reports and hobby news for multiple gaming systems as well as giving a behind the scenes look into the development of Steel & Steed (a knights at tournament ruleset) as well as other future titles by Gods Eye Games.

Looking forward we are very excited about what this partnership will bring to our gaming community. We will continue to pursue our goal of creating very unique and immersive rulesets that not only focuses on combat but storytelling and campaign play as well.

Feel free to stop in and join our gaming community at or follow us on Facebook.

The webstore is open for business and we are having a sale on Sons of Mars this week. Stop in and you can pick up a digital copy at prices lower than anywhere else or drop a print edition into your cart and receive FREE SHIPPING to US customers. Worldwide customers will continue to find SoM at NorthStarFigures.

Cacique Caribe23 Oct 2018 7:51 a.m. PST

Wow, those look really nice!


6mmACW23 Oct 2018 8:11 a.m. PST

Congrats! Great to see another US-based publisher get into the game, given how much of the historical hobby has migrated overseas over the last ten years.

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