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Members of the Cross Plains Library RPG gaming group are playing Conan.. right under the front porch of Robert E. Howard's family house. If that ain't cool...

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A few years ago, the RPG game launched on Kickstarter by Modiphius was playtested by a group of gamers in Robert E. Howard's dining room. This game was once again played by a group of gamers in the Cross Plains Public Library. These past days, a smaller faction of this Cross Plains Library RPG gaming group relocated to the front porch of the Howard House to play the Monolith's boardgame.

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Yes you are right, Robert E. Howard lived most of his life in Cross Plains (Texas), and his family house is now a museum. You still can visit the room of REH, where he was writing his novels.

 

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I really need check out this museum as I live right down the road in Weatherford, TX. I've been in TX my whole life, but never knew he was from this area until I came across the Conan board game. It's interesting how we are exposed to history that's so close to home.

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