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[[ZauberZeit]], "the magazine for fantasy games and books", was a bi-monthly magazine that ran from 1986 to 1993 (38 issues). It was initially published by Citadel Verlag, Hamburg who changed into Laurin-Verlag. In July 1993 the publishing house went bankrupt&nbsp;[[#References|&#91;3&#93;]]. After the bankruptcy, the boardgame company "Queen Games" took over the publishing rights but had no interest in continuing the magazine. However, some ex-employees started publishing a successor magazine called ''"Nautilus"''.<br><br> [[ZauberZeit]], "the magazine for fantasy games and books", was a bi-monthly magazine that ran from 1986 to 1993 (38 issues). It was initially published by Citadel Verlag, Hamburg who changed into Laurin-Verlag. In July 1993 the publishing house went bankrupt&nbsp;[[#References|&#91;3&#93;]]. After the bankruptcy, the boardgame company "Queen Games" took over the publishing rights but had no interest in continuing the magazine. However, some ex-employees started publishing a successor magazine called ''"Nautilus"''.<br><br>

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