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Privateer Press was formed in December 2000 by Brian Snoddy, Matt Staroscik and Matt Wilson to publish books of the {{Fantasy}} SteamPunk ''TabletopGame/IronKingdoms'' setting for the UsefulNotes/D20System.

They then developed their most iconic products, {{Tabletop Strategy Game}}s set in the world of ''Iron Kingdoms'', ''TabletopGame/{{Warmachine}}'' and it's sister game, ''TabletopGame/{{Hordes}}''.

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Privateer Press was formed in December 2000 by Brian Snoddy, Matt Staroscik and Matt Wilson to publish books of the {{Fantasy}} SteamPunk ''TabletopGame/IronKingdoms'' setting for the UsefulNotes/D20System.

They then developed their most iconic products, {{Tabletop Strategy Game}}s set in the world of ''Iron Kingdoms'',
UsefulNotes/D20System. Their flagship product is ''TabletopGame/{{Warmachine}}'' and it's sister game, ''TabletopGame/{{Hordes}}''.''TabletopGame/{{Hordes}}'', a [[WarGaming wargame]] set in the world of ''Iron Kingdoms''.



** [[/index]]''Iron Kingdoms Role-Playing Games'' (2001) - Originally created as a campaign setting for the 3rd edition of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', later editions use rules based on the tabletop {{Wargame}}s.
** ''TabletopGame/{{Warmachine}}'' (2003) & ''TabletopGame/{{Hordes}}'' (2006) - Miniature tabletop {{Wargame}}s.

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** [[/index]]''Iron Kingdoms Role-Playing Games'' (2001) - Originally created as a campaign setting for the 3rd edition of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', later editions use rules based on the tabletop {{Wargame}}s.
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** ''TabletopGame/{{Warmachine}}'' ''Warmachine'' (2003) & ''TabletopGame/{{Hordes}}'' ''Hordes'' (2006) - Miniature tabletop {{Wargame}}s.wargame.



** ''TabletopGame/WarcasterNeoMechanika'' (2020) - A {{Sequel}} set 5000 years agfter the events of the game.

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** ''TabletopGame/WarcasterNeoMechanika'' (2020) - A {{Sequel}} set 5000 years agfter after the events of the game.


** [[/index]]''Iron Kingdoms Role-Playing Games'' - Originally created as a campaign setting for the 3rd edition of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', later editions use rules based on the tabletop {{Wargame}}s.

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** [[/index]]''Iron Kingdoms Role-Playing Games'' (2001) - Originally created as a campaign setting for the 3rd edition of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', later editions use rules based on the tabletop {{Wargame}}s.

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Privateer Press was formed in December 2000 by Brian Snoddy, Matt Staroscik and Matt Wilson to publish books of the {{Fantasy}} SteamPunk ''TabletopGame/IronKingdoms'' setting for the UsefulNotes/D20System.

They then developed their most iconic products, {{Tabletop Strategy Game}}s set in the world of ''Iron Kingdoms'', ''TabletopGame/{{Warmachine}}'' and it's sister game, ''TabletopGame/{{Hordes}}''.
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!!Games published by Privateer Press include:

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Bodgers}}'' - A series of games about [[OurGoblinsAreDifferent goblin]] Bodgers racing to gather parts and build machines.
** ''Infernal Contraption'' (2007)
** ''Scrappers'' (2009)
** ''Heap'' (2012)
** ''[=BodgerMania=]'' (2013)
** ''Zombies Keep Out'' (2014)
* ''TabletopGame/IronKingdoms''
** [[/index]]''Iron Kingdoms Role-Playing Games'' - Originally created as a campaign setting for the 3rd edition of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', later editions use rules based on the tabletop {{Wargame}}s.
** ''TabletopGame/{{Warmachine}}'' (2003) & ''TabletopGame/{{Hordes}}'' (2006) - Miniature tabletop {{Wargame}}s.
*** ''Company of Iron'' (2017) - A squad-based skirmish game.
** ''Grind'' (2009) - A miniature sports game about steamjacks fighting to move a spiked ball into the other teamís goal.
** ''High Command'' (2013) - [[DeckbuildingGame Deck-building]] CardGames.[[index]]
** ''Iron Kingdoms Adventure Board Games''
*** ''The Undercity'' (2015)
*** ''Widower's Wood'' (2017)
** ''Riot Quest'' (2019)
** ''TabletopGame/WarcasterNeoMechanika'' (2020) - A {{Sequel}} set 5000 years agfter the events of the game.
* ''TabletopGame/Level7'' - ScienceFiction Horror BoardGames.
** ''Level 7 [Escape]'' (2012)
** ''Level 7 [Omega Protocol]'' (2013)
** ''Level 7 [Invasion]'' (2014)
* ''TabletopGame/{{Monsterpocalypse}}'' (2008) - A {{Kaiju}} TabletopStrategyGame.
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