Sunday, 31 August 2014

Irregular Wars 2nd edition contents and sample pages

As the second edition of Irregular Wars: Conflict at the World's End nears completion, I thought I'd post up a few sample pages to allow people to see what they're in for. 

The rules have been formatted in the publishing programme and are now receiving a final round of proofing (so that means that these pages are not necessarily in their final form). You'll be able to see from the contents page below that this book will consist of 30 pages of rules, a campaign system and 46 different army lists.

I am planning on having the rules available from both Vexillia Ltd (downloadable pdf) and Amazon (hardcopy) for the start of December. If any surprises are thrown up during the proofing I may have to delay release until the start of 2015, but the plan is for December 2014.





10 comments:

  1. Looking forward to these

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  2. Very interesting, but one advice... in the last sample page, in the second column that one with the company Names, why the names are on the top of each cell? I think that could be better if you put the the names centred in the middle of the column.
    I don't know if I has been very clear, ... :(

    I will wait for the printed version.

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  3. Question re chance cards. Are these drawn at the start of each player's turn or once only at the beginning of the first turn?

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    1. Each player draws three at the beginning of the game (before they recruit their army).

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    3. Spelling errors! Got it, much obliged. Keen to give the rules a go :)

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  4. Will these be available through Amazon UK,US or both?

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    1. These will be available through all Amazons including Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk

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  5. Hows the release date shaping up? Currently building some flooded rice paddies for Asian armies terrain,:)

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    1. 1st December looks pretty certain :)

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