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Omnihedron Games releases Duty & Honour 1809 Miscellany
Omnihedron Games are proud to announce that the Duty & Honour 1809 Miscellany will be released this weekend at UK Games Expo.
The Miscellany is a collection of previous published and new articles for Duty & Honour. The articles include the following:
- The Enemy Within – npc villains from within the British ranks.
- London Gazette Extraordinary – using online archives to enhance your game
- Death for a Filthy Rag – switching regiments mid-campaign, including a fully detailed regiment: the 5th Northumberland
- Band of Brothers – PC/NPCs to use alongside the 5th.
- The War of Independence – introducing Spanish Guerillas into D&H
- British Army Deployments – strange places to find a Redcoat in the early 1800s
- A Matter of Class – adding more detail to your social class choices
- Curious Curiosities – detailing options for skill-enhancing spoils
- Where Have You Marched – further ideas for Previous Military Experiences
- London Calling – places to go and people to see in Wellington’s London
- I Demand Satisfaction – Duelling rules for D&H
- The Last Stand of the 22nd – A stand-alone adventure for D&H
- Cadiz or Bust and The City of Vipers – two linked adventures for D&H
- Duty & Honour Errata – the errata from the first printing of the game
The book is 80pp, b&w in the same crown quatro size as Duty & Honour and will be priced at £6 print/£3 pdf.
Art for the book was provided by Peter Frain and Andy Hepworth (courtesy of illodeli.com)
It will be available from the Collective Endeavour stall, rpgnow.com and other OBS affiliates, lulu.com and directly from me (paypal £6+£1.50 p&p to firstname.lastname@example.org)
God Save the King!
(It would be remiss of Omnihedron Games to mention that a number of these articles are available for free on rpgnow, the Collective Endeavour Journal and the D&H website. If you want the bare-bones pdf versions, you can still download them for free. If you are one of the people that has asked for expanded, bound versions – this is the book for you!)