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|Industry||Role-playing and card games publisher|
|Headquarters||Suzhou, Jiangsu, China|
|Number of locations||2|
|Key people||Hsin Chen, Brad Elliott, Rebecca Borgstrom, Jesse Convers, David Ramirez|
|Products||Weapons of the Gods, Lesser Shades of Evil, Abuse: The Final Insult, Creatures & Cultists, Unhallowed Metropolis, Delta Green|
Eos Press is an American game publisher named for the ancient Greek goddess of the dawn. It was established in 2001 in Seattle, Washington, as "Hawthorn Hobgoblynn Press". Eos has operations in Suzhou (China), Taiwan and Singapore.
Financier and businessman Hsin Chen and Aron Anderson (game designer and owner of The Dreaming, a Seattle comic and game store) founded Hawthorn Hobgoblynn Press on January 12, 2001, to publish Godlike, a game created by their friends Dennis Detwiller and Greg Stolze. In 2003 they renamed the company "Eos Press" and Brad Eliott joined as business manager and third partner. The company was formed by Hsin Chen (owner and director), Jesse Covner (partner and general manager) and David Ramirez (game project manager).
In 2010 Eos signed famed role playing game (RPG) designer and Nobilis creator Jenna Moran in an exclusive contract to create games and properties. Eos published the third edition of Nobilis and a supplement.
Notable Eos Press products are card games Abuse: The Final Insult; Creatures and Cultists and The Wormwood Tarot, a Victorian, gothic tarot set.
Eos also publishes RPGs, including Godlike, under the name Hobgoblynn, as well as Unhallowed Metropolis, a game of neovictorian horror. Weapons of the Gods, the first licensed RPG published by Eos, is a Wuxia game inspired by the eponymous comic.