Welcome to Grisleigh End

Walking the pattern

Welcome to the blog for Grisleigh End, home of riddles, intrigue, conspiracy and subtle secrets.  Feel free to move about the mansion and grounds, but please do so with caution and a sharp eye.  Your fate, and that of the other guests, shall certainly depend on it.

Grisleigh End is the setting for a suite of games, all utilizing the stunning artwork of Jon Anderson, master penman and classic mystery aficionado.  An English manor on the Welsh borderlands, the End is the ancestral home of Lord Redmayne, Baron Grisleigh. Obscured by seemingly interminable layers of tradition, history, and the occasional cobweb, keys to the secrets of the family and its enormous wealth can be found on every side.  Determining where to use them is another matter entirely!

1477568_638798489497047_1064794447_n Our first board game to be released, the self-titled Grisleigh End, currently scheduled to begin public beta testing in the second quarter of 2014, requires each player to survive the house and the machinations of its inhabitants while gathering proof  of being the rightful heir to the fortune of the late Lord Redmayne.  While trying to outwit your opponents, there may be times you need their aid and that of the servants residing in the Manor, so consider carefully the strategic implications of your actions. You never know just what might happen as you make your way through the manor and it really is never the same experience twice.

With inspiration drawn from the great works of and thematically set in the golden age of mystery, Grisleigh End is sure to tickle your mystery bone.

Designed for three to six players of ages eight and up, Grisleigh End is sure to keep everyone on their toes and plotting their moves. if they can actually get to where they are going.

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the ancestral manse and surrounding estate of Lord Redmaynes,

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