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If you enjoy reading these articles that we post online, check out our Kickstarter for the print edition of Area of Effect magazine! There are still some cool rewards you can snatch up, including 1- and 2-year subscriptions, a special edition, and writer for a month.

Why print, you ask? Because:

1) There are some amazing artists in there that make it look absolutely beautiful (see the gallery below if you don’t believe us).

2) It will include some special content.

3) It makes a great geek gift.

We’ve searched far and wide to find incredible troubadours (think 5e bards, not boring 3e bards) who long to explore geek culture and contribute their voice, their words, and their art to the cause.

Some of our writers include esteemed published authors, established bloggers, editors-in-chief, and even the less formally educated but equally passionate and important geeks.

Our artists span even further afield. We scour for hours on DeviantArt (and similar sites) looking at the amazing work that so many talented folks have done—and have recruited many to join the AoE team.

Our staff and guest writers are passionate about discussing everything geeky under the sun. With your help, we plan to continue providing high quality articles like those you’ve been reading.

We are stoked that you readers are enjoying Area of Effect so much:

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“As a parent, and one who loves multiplayer interactive games, I have nothing further to say, except well DONE!”

“This article awoke my desire to become the Ash Ketchum of underwater basket weaving.”

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Allison Alexander

Allison Alexander

Art Director at Geekdom House
Allison is like Galadriel, offering wisdom where needed but turning treacherous as the sea when competitive games are involved. She manages Geekdom House's arts initiatives, including their magazine and choir. She spends the rest of her time writing, playing D&D, and exploring Hyrule, Middle-earth, or a galaxy far, far away.
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