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Nexus Infernum

From doomsday cults to necromancers channelling unholy power to raise the dead, meet the trio of designers finding the light in a dark universe

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There is a tendency to believe that every published game was successful from the very moment it was conceived; that through some combination of hard work, inspiring genius and luck, each game that graces the floor of a major convention sprang forth fully formed, ready to make the designer money hand over fist. It’s easy to assume this about Archon Games. With dark and foreboding backdrops of artwork, neatly stacked game boxes, and a steady flow of interested players, the makers of Eschaton come across at conventions as a modern, sleek and professional company, confident in their game. At nearby tables, groups of four gather over a dark board for instruction on how to add minions to their cult armies.

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