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abdul666lw28 Oct 2010 6:39 a.m. PST

D.M. Cornish, author – illustrator of the "Foundling" series (firstly known by "Monster Blood Tattoo") dmcornish.com just posted on his blog some exciting uniform plates for the main armies of his 'alternate 18th C.' Half-Continent: link

At least two '18th C. wargamers already took up the challenge to launch a campaign in this complex, exotic 'quasi – Lace Wars' setting: 'El Grego' threwdishways.blogspot.com and 'Tradgardmastare' lamplightershaven.blogspot.com .


Btw, despite the vocabulary used, the series is Science-Fiction rather than Fantasy: no supernatural 'magic' but extremely advanced (weird) biology and biochemistry instead of the mechanics and physics of 'normal' Sci-Fi; some details are reminiscent of 'A planet named Shayol' link : the biological enhancements required by some trades are the 'flesh and bone' equivalents of the cyber / mechanical enhancements favored by the Cult of the Machine God in WH40K.

Personal logo timurilank Supporting Member of TMP28 Oct 2010 10:26 p.m. PST

Brilliant uniforms, especially the multi-coloured plastron and the unusual headgear worn by the haubardier.

Shayol certainly is a place where Doctor Jest could feel at home.

Thanks for the links,
Robert

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