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BrettPT09 Jun 2019 3:11 p.m. PST

Hi Folks

ToN version 2 is now available at Amazon:

link

hope that link works)

Mr Jones09 Jun 2019 3:28 p.m. PST

Yep, it worked.

madcam2us10 Jun 2019 4:27 a.m. PST

Sure, it worked…. only to show it being out of print????

Madcam.

Tony S10 Jun 2019 1:29 p.m. PST

For a print-on-demand book, that's quite odd!

I looked at it yesterday, and I'd swear I could have bought it them. For the record I held off buying it, as I don't play FOGN too often and actually haven't even tried the second edition yet (although after a read through it does look promising).

Figured I could use my old army books, but since I'm blathering anyway – what are the differences between the army books for the first and second editions? Is it worth the money, or is it just some minor changes/corrections and more importantly, bringing them back into print?

BrettPT10 Jun 2019 1:55 p.m. PST

I believe the copy-setters are looking at making a small change to one of the margin sizes. 'Pause' has been hit with Amazon while they do this. Hopefully shouldn't take long for them to do this.

BrettPT11 Jun 2019 3:40 a.m. PST

Just heard that the copysetters have completed their tweak and ToN version 2 is available again from Amazon.

Cheers

Kazimierz10 Jan 2020 2:32 p.m. PST

I have the v2 rulebook arriving tonight!
Is there a listing of the contents of the army list books (Triumph of Nations and Emperors and Eagles)? I have only a rough, very, idea provided from the time frames.
Thank you

bpreston14 Jan 2020 2:04 p.m. PST

Hi Kazimierz

Very roughly, Emperors & Eagles is revolutionary and early empire period, with lists covering armies from 1792 to 1807, plus all the Peninsula War lists. E&E also contains lists for campaigns in Turkey, Egypt and India. There are about 70 lists in all in E&E.

Triumph of Nations is for 1808 onwards (except the Peninsula War) and also includes lists for the 1812-13 American war. About 85 lists in all from memory.

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