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Osprey Adventures, Coming in 2013

June 15, 2012 12:00 AM

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Colin G. Upton
15-Jun-2012 20:45

These books look like they would make great sourcebooks for RPG's! Have you considered publishing a RPG system?

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formwiz
16-Jun-2012 00:53

Very cool stuff.

This is another imaginative direction for Osprey.

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Colin G. Upton
16-Jun-2012 02:55

So, is it too soon to ask us for "Filling in the gaps" title suggstions?

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Hammerfest-Perth
16-Jun-2012 13:25

Cool!

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albertomv
16-Jun-2012 21:32

It looks great!

There is a place to interesting themes with poor desciption in the sources

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Unterschütze
17-Jun-2012 21:48

Osprey just lost all of the academic credibility it ever had.

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nonaquatra
18-Jun-2012 02:17

I do not think so. Classical mythology is one of the primary sources for classic culture. In other words, classic myths means culture in its purest form. An Osprey perspective for those subjects is more than welcome. But in adition, Osprey Adventures is a separated label, meaning history lovers won´t be confused.

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Colin G. Upton
18-Jun-2012 06:44

I won't worry until Osprey publishes an Elite title on "Germanys Demonic Allies, 1932-1947".

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Joe@Osprey
18-Jun-2012 08:45

It is never to early to offer suggestions, though both series are a bit more 'gap' than 'coverage' at the moment!

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albertomv
19-Jun-2012 08:00

Well, how about Homer´s Iliad and Odyssey titles?

Another good titles could be: Arthurian Myth, the pseudohistorical characters of Early Rome (Romulus, Dentatus, Corvus,...), Perseus and Andromeda, Matter of France (Charlemagne Paladins-The Song of Roland), The Amazons (Penthesilea, Hippolyta,...), Singfried and the Ring of the Nibelung,...

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Hugo Rodrigues
25-Jun-2012 19:14

Most war nerds use military history and military-themed hobbyism as an escapist pleasure anyway, so this was only the next logical step.

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nonaquatra
30-Jun-2012 19:07

Fortunately, Homer, the firs war nerd, told us about the iliad

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