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'''Tom Lehmann''' (born July 1, 1958) has worked as an [[economist]], [[programmer]], [[boardgame]] [[publisher]], and [[technical writer]],{{cn|date=January 2020}} but is best known as a [[game designer]].
 
'''Tom Lehmann''' (born July 1, 1958) has worked as an [[economist]], [[programmer]], [[boardgame]] [[publisher]], and [[technical writer]],{{cn|date=January 2020}} but is best known as a [[game designer]].
  
 
==Career==
 
==Career==
Tom Lehmann was the publisher and designer of [[Prism Games]].<ref name="HG">{{Cite book | contribution=[[Tigris and Euphrates|Tigris & Euphrates]] | title=Hobby Games: The 100 Best | last=Lehmann | first=Tom | authorlink= | editor-last=Lowder | editor-first=James | editor-link=James Lowder | publisher=[[Green Ronin Publishing]] | year=2007 | pages=319–321 | isbn=978-1-932442-96-0}}</ref>{{self-published source|date=January 2020}} His works include ''[[Fast Food Franchise]]'', ''[[Time Agent (board game)|Time Agent]]'', ''[[2038 (board game)|2038]]'' (with [[Jim Hlavaty]]), ''[[1846 (board game)|1846]]'', ''[[Magellan (board game)|Magellan]]/[[Pizarro and Co. (board game)|Pizarro & Co.]]'', ''[[Jericho (card game)|Jericho]]'', ''[[To Court the King]]'', ''[[Phoenicia (board game)|Phoenicia]]'', ''[[Race for the Galaxy]]'', and ''[[New Frontiers (board game) | New Frontiers]]''.<ref name="HG"/> Lehmann now designs games for the international market.<ref name="HG"/>
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Tom Lehmann was the publisher and designer of Prism Games.<ref name="HG">{{Cite book | contribution=[[Tigris and Euphrates|Tigris & Euphrates]] | title=Hobby Games: The 100 Best | last=Lehmann | first=Tom | authorlink= | editor-last=Lowder | editor-first=James | editor-link=James Lowder | publisher=[[Green Ronin Publishing]] | year=2007 | pages=319–321 | isbn=978-1-932442-96-0}}</ref>{{self-published source|date=January 2020}} His works include ''[[Fast Food Franchise]]'', ''Time Agent'', ''[[2038 (board game)|2038]]'' (with Jim Hlavaty), ''[[1846 (board game)|1846]]'', ''Magellan/Pizarro & Co.'', ''Jericho'', ''[[To Court the King]]'', ''Phoenicia'', ''[[Race for the Galaxy]]'', and ''New Frontiers''.<ref name="HG"/> Lehmann now designs games for the international market.<ref name="HG"/>
  
 
==Published Games==
 
==Published Games==
 
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*''Fast Food Franchise'' (1992, [[Prism Games]])
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*''Fast Food Franchise'' (1992, Prism Games)
*''[[Time Agent (board game)|Time Agent]]'' (1992, Prism Games)
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*''Time Agent'' (1992, Prism Games)
*''[[Suzerain (board game)|Suzerain]]'' (1993, Prism Games)
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*''Suzerain'' (1993, Prism Games)
*''[[Age of Exploration (board game)|Age of Exploration]]'' (1994, Prism Games)
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*''Age of Exploration'' (1994, Prism Games)
*''[[2038 (board game)|2038]]'' - co-designed with [[Jim Hlavaty (game designer)|Jim Hlavaty]] (1995, Prism Games)
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*''[[2038 (board game)|2038]]'' - co-designed with Jim Hlavaty (1995, Prism Games)
*''[[Throneworld (board game)|Throneworld]]'' (1997, Prism Games)
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*''Throneworld'' (1997, Prism Games)
*''[[Magellan (board game)|Magellan]]/[[Pizarro and Co. (board game)|Pizarro & Co.]]'' (2002, [[Hans im Glück]], [[Rio Grande Games]])
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*''Magellan/Pizarro & Co.'' (2002, [[Hans im Glück]], [[Rio Grande Games]])
*''[[Meine Würfel, deine Würfel]]'' (''My Dice, Your Dice'') - a [[dice game]] included with ''55'' (2005, Abacus)
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*''Meine Würfel, deine Würfel'' (''My Dice, Your Dice'') - a [[dice game]] included with ''55'' (2005, Abacus)
*''[[1846 (board game)|1846]]'' - an [[18XX]] game (2005, [[Deep Thought Games, LLC]]; 2016, [[GMT Games]])
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*''[[1846 (board game)|1846]]'' - an [[18XX]] game (2005, Deep Thought Games, LLC; 2016, [[GMT Games]])
*''[[Jericho (card game)|Jericho]]'' (2006, Abacus)
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*''Jericho'' (2006, Abacus)
*''[[To Court the King]]'' (2006, [[Amigo Spiele]] and Rio Grande Games; 2015 Japanese Edition with new art: [[Cosaic]])
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*''[[To Court the King]]'' (2006, [[Amigo Spiele]] and Rio Grande Games; 2015 Japanese Edition with new art: Cosaic)
*''[[Phoenicia (board game)|Phoenicia]]'' (2007, Rio Grande Games/[[JKLM Games]])
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*''Phoenicia'' (2007, Rio Grande Games/[[JKLM Games]])
 
*''[[Race for the Galaxy]]'' (2007, Rio Grande Games)
 
*''[[Race for the Galaxy]]'' (2007, Rio Grande Games)
 
*''The Gathering Storm'' ([[Race for the Galaxy]] expansion 1) (2008, Rio Grande Games)
 
*''The Gathering Storm'' ([[Race for the Galaxy]] expansion 1) (2008, Rio Grande Games)
*''[[Middle Kingdom (card game)|Middle Kingdom]]'' (2008, [[Z-Man Games]])
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*''Middle Kingdom'' (2008, [[Z-Man Games]])
 
*''New Society'' (included in the [[Saint Petersburg (board game)|St. Petersburg]] expansion) (2008, Rio Grande Games)
 
*''New Society'' (included in the [[Saint Petersburg (board game)|St. Petersburg]] expansion) (2008, Rio Grande Games)
 
*''Rebel vs Imperium'' (Race for the Galaxy expansion 2) (2009, Rio Grande Games)
 
*''Rebel vs Imperium'' (Race for the Galaxy expansion 2) (2009, Rio Grande Games)
*''Pandemic: On the Brink'' ([[Pandemic (board game)|Pandemic]] expansion) - co-designed with [[Matt Leacock (game designer)|Matt Leacock]] (2009, Z-Man Games)
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*''Pandemic: On the Brink'' ([[Pandemic (board game)|Pandemic]] expansion) - co-designed with Matt Leacock (2009, Z-Man Games)
 
*''The Brink of War'' ([[Race for the Galaxy]] expansion 3) (2010, Rio Grande Games)
 
*''The Brink of War'' ([[Race for the Galaxy]] expansion 3) (2010, Rio Grande Games)
*''[[The City (card game)|The City]]'' (2011, Amigo Spiele)
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*''The City'' (2011, Amigo Spiele)
*''Outpost Kicker Expansion'' (included in the 2011 [[Outpost (board game)|Outpost]] reprint) (2011, [[Stronghold Games]])
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*''Outpost Kicker Expansion'' (included in the 2011 [[Outpost (board game)|Outpost]] reprint) (2011, Stronghold Games)
*''[[Starship Merchants]]'' - co-designed with [[Joe Huber (game designer)|Joe Huber]] (2012, [[Toy Vault]])
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*''Starship Merchants'' - co-designed with Joe Huber (2012, [[Toy Vault]])
*''Pandemic: In the Lab'' ([[Pandemic (board game)|Pandemic]] expansion) - co-designed with [[Matt Leacock (game designer)|Matt Leacock]] (2013, Z-Man Games)
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*''Pandemic: In the Lab'' ([[Pandemic (board game)|Pandemic]] expansion) - co-designed with Matt Leacock (2013, Z-Man Games)
 
*''Alien Artifacts'' ([[Race for the Galaxy]] expansion arc 2) (2013, Rio Grande Games)
 
*''Alien Artifacts'' ([[Race for the Galaxy]] expansion arc 2) (2013, Rio Grande Games)
*''[[Roll through the Ages: the Iron Age]]'' (2014, [[Eagle-Gryphon Games]], [[Pegasus Spiele]]; 2018, revised edition)
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*''Roll through the Ages: the Iron Age'' (2014, [[Eagle-Gryphon Games]], Pegasus Spiele; 2018, revised edition)
*''[[Ciúb]]'' (2014, Amigo Spiele)
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*''Ciúb'' (2014, Amigo Spiele)
*''[[Roll for the Galaxy]]'' - co-designed with [[Wei-Hwa Huang]] (2014, Rio Grande Games)
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*''Roll for the Galaxy'' - co-designed with [[Wei-Hwa Huang]] (2014, Rio Grande Games)
*''Pandemic: State of Emergency'' ([[Pandemic (board game)|Pandemic]] expansion) - co-designed with [[Matt Leacock (game designer)|Matt Leacock]] (2015, Z-Man Games)
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*''Pandemic: State of Emergency'' ([[Pandemic (board game)|Pandemic]] expansion) - co-designed with Matt Leacock (2015, Z-Man Games)
 
*''Ambition'' (Roll for the Galaxy expansion) - co-designed with [[Wei-Hwa Huang]] (2015, Rio Grande Games)
 
*''Ambition'' (Roll for the Galaxy expansion) - co-designed with [[Wei-Hwa Huang]] (2015, Rio Grande Games)
*''[[Favor of the Pharaoh]]'' (2015, [[Bezier Games]])
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*''Favor of the Pharaoh'' (2015, [[Bezier Games]])
 
*''Xeno Invasion'' (Race for the Galaxy expansion arc 3) (2015, Rio Grande Games)
 
*''Xeno Invasion'' (Race for the Galaxy expansion arc 3) (2015, Rio Grande Games)
 
*''Pandemic: The Cure - Experimental Meds'' (Pandemic: The Cure expansion), co-designed with Matt Leacock (2016, Z-Man Games)
 
*''Pandemic: The Cure - Experimental Meds'' (Pandemic: The Cure expansion), co-designed with Matt Leacock (2016, Z-Man Games)
*''[[Jump Drive]]'' (2017, Rio Grande Games)
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*''Jump Drive'' (2017, Rio Grande Games)
*''[[New Frontiers (board game)|New Frontiers]]'' (2018, Rio Grande Games)
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*''New Frontiers'' (2018, Rio Grande Games)
*''[[Res Arcana (board game)|Res Arcana]]'' (2019, [[Sand Castle Games]])
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*''Res Arcana'' (2019, Sand Castle Games)
 
*''Rivalry'' (Roll for the Galaxy expansion) - co-designed with Wei-Hwa Huang (2019, Rio Grande Games)
 
*''Rivalry'' (Roll for the Galaxy expansion) - co-designed with Wei-Hwa Huang (2019, Rio Grande Games)
*''The Expanded City'' and ''Eco Expansion'' (expansions published along with the revised English edition of [[The City (card game)|The City]]) (2019, [[Eagle-Gryphon Games]])
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*''The Expanded City'' and ''Eco Expansion'' (expansions published along with the revised English edition of The City) (2019, [[Eagle-Gryphon Games]])
*''Lux & Tenebrae'' ([[Res Arcana (board game)|Res Arcana]] expansion) (2019, Sand Castle Games)
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*''Lux & Tenebrae'' (Res Arcana expansion) (2019, Sand Castle Games)
  
Tom has also contributed design ideas to other published games, including ''[[Outpost (board game)|Outpost]]'', ''[[San Juan (game)|San Juan]]'', ''[[Pandemic: The Cure]]'', the revised edition of ''[[Pandemic (board game)|Pandemic]]'', and ''[[Pandemic Legacy: Season 1]]''.{{cn|date=January 2020}}
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Tom has also contributed design ideas to other published games, including ''[[Outpost (board game)|Outpost]]'', ''[[San Juan (game)|San Juan]]'', ''Pandemic: The Cure'', the revised edition of ''[[Pandemic (board game)|Pandemic]]'', and ''Pandemic Legacy: Season 1''.{{cn|date=January 2020}}
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

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Tom Lehmann (born July 1, 1958) has worked as an economist, programmer, boardgame publisher, and technical writer,[no citations needed here] but is best known as a game designer.

Career

Tom Lehmann was the publisher and designer of Prism Games.[1]Template:Self-published source His works include Fast Food Franchise, Time Agent, 2038 (with Jim Hlavaty), 1846, Magellan/Pizarro & Co., Jericho, To Court the King, Phoenicia, Race for the Galaxy, and New Frontiers.[1] Lehmann now designs games for the international market.[1]

Published Games

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  • Fast Food Franchise (1992, Prism Games)
  • Time Agent (1992, Prism Games)
  • Suzerain (1993, Prism Games)
  • Age of Exploration (1994, Prism Games)
  • 2038 - co-designed with Jim Hlavaty (1995, Prism Games)
  • Throneworld (1997, Prism Games)
  • Magellan/Pizarro & Co. (2002, Hans im Glück, Rio Grande Games)
  • Meine Würfel, deine Würfel (My Dice, Your Dice) - a dice game included with 55 (2005, Abacus)
  • 1846 - an 18XX game (2005, Deep Thought Games, LLC; 2016, GMT Games)
  • Jericho (2006, Abacus)
  • To Court the King (2006, Amigo Spiele and Rio Grande Games; 2015 Japanese Edition with new art: Cosaic)
  • Phoenicia (2007, Rio Grande Games/JKLM Games)
  • Race for the Galaxy (2007, Rio Grande Games)
  • The Gathering Storm (Race for the Galaxy expansion 1) (2008, Rio Grande Games)
  • Middle Kingdom (2008, Z-Man Games)
  • New Society (included in the St. Petersburg expansion) (2008, Rio Grande Games)
  • Rebel vs Imperium (Race for the Galaxy expansion 2) (2009, Rio Grande Games)
  • Pandemic: On the Brink (Pandemic expansion) - co-designed with Matt Leacock (2009, Z-Man Games)
  • The Brink of War (Race for the Galaxy expansion 3) (2010, Rio Grande Games)
  • The City (2011, Amigo Spiele)
  • Outpost Kicker Expansion (included in the 2011 Outpost reprint) (2011, Stronghold Games)
  • Starship Merchants - co-designed with Joe Huber (2012, Toy Vault)
  • Pandemic: In the Lab (Pandemic expansion) - co-designed with Matt Leacock (2013, Z-Man Games)
  • Alien Artifacts (Race for the Galaxy expansion arc 2) (2013, Rio Grande Games)
  • Roll through the Ages: the Iron Age (2014, Eagle-Gryphon Games, Pegasus Spiele; 2018, revised edition)
  • Ciúb (2014, Amigo Spiele)
  • Roll for the Galaxy - co-designed with Wei-Hwa Huang (2014, Rio Grande Games)
  • Pandemic: State of Emergency (Pandemic expansion) - co-designed with Matt Leacock (2015, Z-Man Games)
  • Ambition (Roll for the Galaxy expansion) - co-designed with Wei-Hwa Huang (2015, Rio Grande Games)
  • Favor of the Pharaoh (2015, Bezier Games)
  • Xeno Invasion (Race for the Galaxy expansion arc 3) (2015, Rio Grande Games)
  • Pandemic: The Cure - Experimental Meds (Pandemic: The Cure expansion), co-designed with Matt Leacock (2016, Z-Man Games)
  • Jump Drive (2017, Rio Grande Games)
  • New Frontiers (2018, Rio Grande Games)
  • Res Arcana (2019, Sand Castle Games)
  • Rivalry (Roll for the Galaxy expansion) - co-designed with Wei-Hwa Huang (2019, Rio Grande Games)
  • The Expanded City and Eco Expansion (expansions published along with the revised English edition of The City) (2019, Eagle-Gryphon Games)
  • Lux & Tenebrae (Res Arcana expansion) (2019, Sand Castle Games)

Tom has also contributed design ideas to other published games, including Outpost, San Juan, Pandemic: The Cure, the revised edition of Pandemic, and Pandemic Legacy: Season 1.[no citations needed here]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Lehmann, Tom (2007). "Tigris & Euphrates". In Lowder, James. Hobby Games: The 100 Best. Green Ronin Publishing. pp. 319–321. ISBN 978-1-932442-96-0. 

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