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  1. 1645: England has descended into civil war. Prince Rupert and his Alchemist-Cavaliers fight on behalf of their exiled king against the clockwork war machines of Oliver Cromwell and the New Model Army. Between them, a host of political and religious factions struggle for survival. First launched to critical acclaim as a series of supplements for RuneQuest II (“The best British fantasy setting since WFRP 1st edition” said Newt Newport), Clockwork & Chivalry now returns in a standalone 2nd edition featuring the new Renaissance rules, a D100 open gaming system based on OpenQuest and compati
  2. Yes, you can tell what I was listening to while writing :-) Not sure about Long Lankin, but I wouldn't be at all surprised if Alison Gross made it in there. And Lady Derby of "They Called Her Babylon" gets a mention, naturally! Glad you like the preview :-D
  3. It's kind of surprising that the ECW has never had it's own RPG, since there's so much wargaming and live battle re-enactment in that period. I've run 7th Sea and GURPS Swashbucklers from that period, and had lots of fun. I also co-wrote GURPS Celtic Myth and Realms of Sorcery for WFRP 1st edition, both of which had a strong mix of historical research and making stuff up. Playtesters are always welcome!
  4. That's the sort of response we like to hear! I've not long finished a degree in the History, Philosophy and Sociology of Science, with special attention paid to 17th century magic and religion, so I think you'll like it. Mind you, we're hoping it will appeal to people who don't have a Masters in 17th century history too!
  5. Coming next summer! This is a quick announcement; there'll be more info when our web site is up and running in the new year... Clockwork & Chivalry The Roleplaying Game of Uncivil War © 2009 Ken Walton & Peter Cakebread Copernicus has proven scientifically that the Earth is the centre of the universe. Galileo's telescope has seen the light of the sun glinting from the heavenly spheres. And in England, they are fighting the war to end all wars... The country has been torn asunder. On one side, Puritans in their Leviathans, great machines of metal and wood, powered by the
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