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Artist Andy Hopp Unveils Low Life Kickstarter

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Andy Hopp, an artists many will recognize from his illustrations in d-Infinity and Chaosium's Call of Cthulhu, has recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to finance the development of the first in a series of supplements for his critically acclaimed post-apocalyptic roleplaying game Low Life: Rise of the Lowly.

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Entitled The Whole Hole: A Gadabout's Guide to Mutha Oith: Kiester Island, this book will expound upon the land of Kiester Island and its key locations, including The Garden of Smellemental Glee and the city of Floom, over the course of its 200 pages and 100 original illustrations.

Over the past year a number of fascinating RPG projects have been developed through Kickstarter, from Blood Moon Goblins to Mermaid Adventures. The Whole Hole is a perfect opportunity for Lexington games to have a hand in bringing a unique and humorous gaming supplement into print. It's also an opportunity to have artist Andy Hopp do your dishes and run a special Low Life session at your home, provided you're willing to chip in at the $6,000 mark.



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