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"A House of Ashes," a Free Companion Novella for the Mistborn Adventure Game, Now Available

Witness the rise and fall of House Bylerum

Based on the best-selling novels by Brandon SandersonA House of Ashes is a companion piece to the upcoming Mistborn Adventure Game. Originally commissioned as part of an extensive portfolio of fiction, and a gateway for novel readers and roleplayers alike, this 150-page digital release presents new characters, places, and twists on the Final Empire you think you know. We don't have room for it in the full print version of the game, so we're offering it here, seperately, for your reading enjoyment.

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Download A House of Ashes Now

A House of Ashes is best enjoyed in its original context, as a companion to and enhancement of your enjoyment of the Mistborn Adventure Game. We're making it available here for a limited time only, from Tuesday November 22 until Monday, November 28. After that it will disappear as a separate download, but it'll return as part of the Mistborn Adventure Game digital edition, available December 15.

This special companion to the Mistborn Adventure Game contains...

  • 15 new stories set in the Mistborn universe by some of the hottest talent in gaming
  • New insights into the dark and dangerous Final Empire
  • New characters you'll see again in the Mistborn Adventure Game (and beyond)
  • PDF and ePub format files (a first for Crafty Games)

We'll be releasing more about the Mistborn Adventure Game in the coming weeks. Be sure to watch the Crafty Games website, Like us on Facebook, and Follow us on Twitter for more previews leading up to the December 15 release of the Mistborn Adventure Game.


 

Update on the Mistborn Adventure Game

In the late stages of development with the Mistborn Adventure Game, we made the business decision to capitalize on the excitement of Alloy of Law and did something we never had before — we committed to a date before many of the book’s assets were complete. This seemed the right thing to do, and the decision was made with all the best intentions and information we had at the time. Unfortunately, things tend to change a lot during the last few months of a book’s production cycle, in ways you can’t predict.

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