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bd40bc7c7a We currently hold the license to the Heroquest trademark and have a license to use the Glorantha trademark. If anyone out there turns up a complete list of RQ publications online, I'd love to see it. This was apparently done because the copyright to the actual text of the RuneQuest systems were still retained by Chaosium. Although the work was fairly dry, it contained some oddly amusing bits; for example, after the statistics for the pet shop owner, the statistics for his pet hamster were listed. They are most famous for their publication of the "Tales of the Reaching Moon" magazine, which ran for 20 issues. Chaos continued to be the single defining hallmark of the RuneQuest system.
They were reportedly hostile to such requests by fans of other defunct RPGs that they owned, too. One or two of my articles were published in a past issue, as I recall. RuneQuest Sixth Edition - the apparent name of the new generic-but-associated-with-Glorantha version of the RQ system (via Mongoose Publications' RQ2), from The Design Mechanism, a new game company created by some of the authors of Mongoose's RQ2. A previous version of this article. This would make the RuneQuest system truly multi-genre, useable with virtually any setting - even though for legal reasons it could no longer be called "RuneQuest". All were boxed sets, with the game broken up into several stapled pamphlets. Did you mean browse.? Keywordsbrowse Start Over Advanced Search > Author: Artist: Price: $to $ Search .