Jen Seiden
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October. Whoot! Love dressing up and going door to door… Er… taking my kid door-to-door to get candy. Everything about October, the smells, the fun, the games, makes this one of my favorite months of the year.

Avalon Games has some things to pass out to the little kiddies, too….

Heroes Weekly
5 Pages plus
Writer: Charles Smith

Each week, Avalon Games offer a new issue of Heroes Weekly.

Packed full of great superhero fun, each issue will offer a short adventure, an NPC, or some game mechanics for the Heroes Wear Mask system. While compatible with the HWM system, you can easily use the information presented in each issue for other superhero games—just monkey around with the stats and mechanics to fit the system you are using.

Don't miss an issue, they are super!

Heroes Weekly, Vol 1, Issue #13, Tomb of the Robot King
5 Pages plus
Writer: Charles Smith

An ancient tomb contains more than you expected. This is a great mid-level adventure, so get your robot-kicking boots on—you will need them. This issue, of course, comes with all the battle tiles and figure flats you will need to play the game.

Heroes Weekly, Vol 1, Issue #14, Doctor Mutation
5 Pages plus
Writer: Charles Smith

Here's a wild NPC for your HWM games, the insanely intelligent Doctor Mutation. Can your heroes survive his mad plans? This issue comes with the mad Doctor's figure flat and some mutant victims.

Heroes Weekly, Vol 1, Issue #15, New Feats
5 Pages plus
Writer: Charles Smith

New super feats for you in this issue. Take your super games to new levels with these great new feats for HWM. This issue also comes with some basic crypt battle tiles.

Heroes Weekly, Vol 1, Issue #16, Viper
5 Pages plus
Writer: Charles Smith

Most games are not complete unless you have some evil ninjas in them. Well, the Viper Ninjas fit the bill just fine. This issue also comes with a ton of Viper Ninja figures to use in the game.


Nova Blast Expansion #3, Avalon Mini-Games #136
27 Pages

This addition to the Nova Blast setting includes new scenarios, new objectives, and all new rules for psychic powers. Add a twist to your game and make each one a new experience with the power of the mind.

Note that this is not a full game and requires the use of Avalon's Nova Blast game system.


Avalon Clip Art, Sci-Fi Males
AVG 1645

Over the years, Avalon Games has collected a ton of artwork for use in various games. Well, we got to thinking: why couldn’t you use this great art in your products? So here it is, our most useful product—Avalon Clip Art. Each set within this series offers you a ton of great art and for a great price. Each product focuses on a set genre or character type and provides you with great filler and character art for your gaming products.

Look for new sets to come out all the time, as we have thousands of pictures to offer!

Usage Requirements/Limitations:

You may reduce, re-color, or crop any image included here. You may not resell these images in clip art packets or art collections.

If you use any of these images, in your product, you must include the statement:

Some artwork copyrighted by Avalon Games, used with permission.

By purchasing this product you agree to these terms.

All work has been scanned at 300 DPI.


Game Geek Issues #34
Oct 2012
54 Pages

Another great issue, packed full of gaming goodness!

Musing of the Avalon Stogie
Behind the Game, Future Wars
Coral Throne Chapter 212
HWM Adventure Avalon Pathfinder
Sorceress Issue #3
Avalon Models
Nova Blast
What's New
Cool Stuff
Free Stuff


Arcana Cities, Ommishar
20 Pages

One of the greatest cities of the Arcana World, Hithgar is an active city of intrigue, magic, and danger. Fully detailed, the city can be a great destination for any adventure.


Arcana Journal #42
65 Pages

The true wonders of Arcana are explored in the monthly journals. Each issue focuses on a hex within the game world, offering rumors, hidden lore, and detailed descriptions of all the important sites and people of that area. Full color maps (also offered in print-easy black and white) are provided on the hex itself, plus all sites of worthwhile note, such as towns and major adventure sites. Floor plans of castles and other location are also offered.

In addition to this detailed write-up of the hex, each issue will also focus on other aspects of the game world, such as its history, important people, the Magi and gaming classes. When you add it all up, these journals take the mundane and make it magical. It is through the journals that the Arcana game world will grow, expand, and become a living place of adventure.

This issue of the Journal will cover the following aspects of the game world.
Hex 46
Lakes of the Stars and the City of Ommishar


Avalon Models, Sci-Fi Bunker System
AVG 3600-05-01
12 Pages

Another great Avalon Paper Model kit, the Sci-Fi Bunker can be used as a prop in your tabletop games, miniature battles, or small animated movies and dioramas.

Easy to construct and designed for lots of expansions, the Sci-Fi Bunker is perfect for the beginning paper hobbyists and detailed enough for experience molders to have fun with.


Heroes Wear Masks, Adventure #1, Escape from the Prison Dimension
19 Pages plus
Writer: Charles Smith

Escape from the Prison Dimension is an adventure for 4 to 6 characters, levels 1 through 3 for the Heroes Wear Masks system. Escape from the Prison Dimension is the first act in the Hyperion Trilogy, although it can be played as a stand-alone adventure. It is followed by Material Breach, and concluded in Star Killer.


Pathfinder Solo, Cleric
18 Pages
Writer: Mark Solino

Have you ever wanted to try a tabletop roleplaying game (RPG); but were too intimidated by thick rulebooks, insider jargon, and experienced players? Well, now's your chance; you've come to the right place!

This is Avalon's intro to Pathfinder RPG system using our Solo Adventure series. This great product will help introduce you to one of the most popular tabletop RPGs being played today, the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Produced by Paizo Publishing (, Pathfinder uses one of today's leading RPG ruleset to let you play in a world of fantasy adventure.

So jump into the role of a devout young cleric and explore the great gaming fun of Pathfinder and RPGs!



And here’s a GM tip from me to make your game suitable for October: include a single element from a sci-fi thriller or horror movie. Nothing too obvious, but something that might introduce an element of fear or tension. If a player recognizes the movie element, give them a bonus. Some examples include:

-Strange Sirens, such as in The Time Machine. Nothing tenses me up more than hearing a siren that I don’t recognize. To me it symbolizes a long-unused “special” siren that no one remembers the meaning to.

-Colors. Hues that are repetitive, like the red in The Sixth Sense or the color orientation in Inception. Whenever you give descriptions, nonchalantly throw in a color every once in a while. Make it seem haphazard, but whenever the players follow the leads of a certain color, they’re heading in the right direction or something significant is about to change.

-Puppets. i.e. Killer Klowns from Outer Space or REPO! Well, or not so literal like in Puppet Masters or Independence Day… There are actually a lot of movies where a person is talking and it turns out that someone or something is making that person talk. In some movies the hand is literally stuffed into some body operating the mouth. In others, sensory tentacles are reanimating the person. Either way, it’s really kinda creepy.

-I’m about to turn on the light, and…. Cringe-worthy moments when the characters are preparing to light up the room… and reveal a horrific THING in the corner. Pitch Black or Cloverfield are fine examples.

-Stuffed Animals with one real monster somewhere in the faces. A la any number of Jump-Out movies. Any player who doesn’t immediately open fire into the closet full of cute toys deserves to get eaten.

See you next month, when we discuss ways to use leftover turkey in your games….

Jen Seiden
Promotional Manager for Avalon Games

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