Is Qin dead in France?

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Is Qin dead in France?

Post by Wagyora » Mon Jun 01, 2015 8:30 pm

I've checked 7ème cercle website and it seemed to me that they won't release Qin products anymore. They seem more interested about promoting their new releases, such as Shayô.

Does anybody have any information about that? Thanks in advance.
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Re: Is Qin dead in France?

Post by Corone » Tue Jun 02, 2015 2:46 pm

Its not 'dead' in France but the line has been completed.
7th Circle usually creates each line as a campaign, and as such each has an end.
(The same is true of Yggdrasill, Keltia and Kuro - although they havn't finished Yggdrasill or Keltia yet)
So there won't be any more French Qin books, but it is not impossible we might go further.
(that will be something to decide when the line is complete though)
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Re: Is Qin dead in France?

Post by Wagyora » Wed Jun 03, 2015 2:42 pm

Thank you for the speedy reply.
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Re: Is Qin dead in France?

Post by CryAxe » Sun Jun 14, 2015 7:40 pm

Cubicle 7 is out of stock of the Qin Bestiary. Will more of these become available?

Will all of the remaining 7'eme Cercle source material for Qin, and the other settings that Cubicle 7 has chosen to adapt, get translated and released?

Also, might we expect to see Shayo at some point the the future?

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Re: Is Qin dead in France?

Post by skywalker » Mon Jun 15, 2015 12:30 am

In December 2014, Corone mentioned that Tian Xia 1 was close. There hasn't been any news on the line since.
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Re: Is Qin dead in France?

Post by Andrew » Mon Jun 15, 2015 9:22 am

We're reprinting the out-of-print Qin titles, including the Qin Bestiary, at the moment.

As for what's next for Qin - keep an eye on the website!

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Re: Is Qin dead in France?

Post by Dulahan » Wed Jun 24, 2015 8:12 pm

Anything for Gen Con? Tian Xia Mayhaps? :D

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