Iron Kingdoms RPG Core Rules Sold Out at Manufacturer Level

BELLEVUE, WA, October 2, 2012 2012 – Iron Kingdoms Full Metal Fantasy Roleplaying Game: Core Rules has sold out at the manufacturer level due to the high volume of distributor and retailer orders. Though Core Rules stock is sold out at Privateer Press, the highly anticipated book is still available through many distributors and retail stores.

Iron Kingdoms Full Metal Fantasy Roleplaying Game: Core Rules marks a return to Privateer Press’ roleplaying roots in the award-winning Iron Kingdoms world, where WARMACHINE and HORDES are also set. The book debuted at Gen Con 2012 and was met with such high demand that it sold out on the first day of the convention. The full-color 360-page volume contains all the rules necessary to play as well as detailed information on the history and cultures of the Iron Kingdoms.

“The Iron Kingdoms Core Rules book is just the beginning for Full Metal Fantasy roleplaying,” said William Shick, Privateer Press Director of Business. “We’ve got tons of support planned for the Iron Kingdoms roleplaying game, starting with the December release of No Quarter Presents: Iron Kingdoms Urban Adventure, the first supplement book for the game. Then, in 2013 we plan to release two more hardcover volumes spotlighting the nations of the Iron Kingdoms. In addition, we’ll be producing a constant stream of fresh content throughout the year, both online and in every issue of No Quarter magazine.”

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Privateer Press, Inc. is a privately held producer of entertainment and hobby brands based in the Seattle area. Its products include the Monsterpocalypse battle miniatures game, the award-winning WARMACHINE and HORDES hobby miniatures games, the award-winning Iron Kingdoms property, Bodger Games, the full-color No Quarter magazine, the Formula P3 hobby line, and the science fiction property LEVEL 7. To learn more about Privateer Press, visit or contact the president, Sherry Yeary, at (425) 643-5900 or