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Using, for the first time, the full unpublished letters of Pilot Officer Geoffrey Myers, 'Secret Letters' offers a fresh and distinctive insight into World War II. On the blog today, John Willis looks at the importance of these letters and shares short extracts from a few of them.Continue Reading

Village Green playthrough with RahdoRunsThrough

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Want to see a game of Peer Sylvester's Village Green: A Game of Pretty Gardens and Petty Grudges in action? Check out this great video from RahdoRunsThrough for a full playthrough of the game!Continue Reading
Jeremy Bai, one of the authors of the upcoming Righteous Blood, Ruthless Blades: Wuxia Roleplaying, is back on the blog to tell us about the drinking of alcohol in the upcoming game and the cultural inspiration behind it.Continue Reading
Jonathan Hicks, author of Those Dark Places: Industrial Science Fiction Roleplaying, is back on the blog to tell us why he chose to design a story-driven game. You can find more from Jonathan on his blog.Continue Reading

Asymmetry in The King is Dead: Second Edition

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The King is Dead: Second Edition brings back the critically-acclaimed game by Peer Sylvester, revamping the classic with new artwork by Benoit Billion, and new advanced rules that introduce asymmetric cards to the game. On the blog today we have Anthony Howgego from the Osprey Games team, who worked with Peer to develop the new edition of The King is Dead.Continue Reading
Jeremy Bai, one of the designers behind Righteous Blood, Ruthless Blades: Wuxia Roleplaying, joins us on the blog to talk about leveling up, meditation, and Fire Deviations in the upcoming RPG.Continue Reading
This month the book vote looks at the Duel series, with five books focussed on land and naval combat battling for your vote. Find out more about them in the descriptions below, and then let us know which one you'd be most interested in!Continue Reading

Roman Shields

In Military History, Featured
The Roman shield, the scutum, was central to the Romans’ conquest of the known world, and has become an emblem of the legions at the forefront of that effort. This new study draws on the latest research to reveal the history of this iconic equipment. In today's blog post, M.C. Bishop joins us to discuss this tool.Continue Reading

Those Dark Places - Playthrough with Garblag Games!

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Those Dark Places author Jonathan Hicks joined the team at Garblag Games to run a one shot game of his upcoming Industrial Science-Fiction Roleplaying Game.Continue Reading
On the blog today, Mark Stille, author of the recently released Duel 105: 'US Navy Ships vs Japanese Attack Aircraft' gives a brief overview of his new title.Continue Reading

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