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Specialist Games rules writer wanted

Games Workshop are advertising for a rules writer with a focus on their range of specialist games. The description mentions Blood Bowl specifically:

Do you want to develop existing games for the Specialist Brands range and design new ones from the ground up?

Are you excited about working collaboratively within a team of professional miniatures designers, artists and writers to produce new rules for Blood Bowl and other Specialist Brands games and supplements?

You will be responsible for creating all types of rules content for Blood Bowl and other games. You will be expected to take a top level games design brief and turn it into a finished set of rules, to coordinate the playtesting process and to promote the finished product to hobbiests at a range of events.

We know what makes this job hard is being able to deliver and support exciting, dynamic rules that fulfill the product brief, to a tight deadline.

If games designer falls into your ‘dream job’ category, then check out the full ad and get writing!

I’m more of an editor myself, which is why all I’m thinking is “that’s not how you spell ‘hobbyist’.”

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2 comments on “Specialist Games rules writer wanted

  1. Azazel
    July 1, 2017

    Au contraire, my friend. A “Hobbiest” is the most most and best or hobbyists!
    Also interesting that they’ve used the American spelling of “fulfil”.

  2. Bookstooge
    July 1, 2017

    I’m with the Hobbyists myself…

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