New Release - Atlas of the French Arm in Hardback!

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New Release - Atlas of the French Arm in Hardback!

Postby MongooseMatt » Mon Jan 25, 2016 3:50 pm

We have just released the final part of the 'French Arm trilogy' - Atlas of the French Arm! You can grab your own copy from: http://www.mongoosepublishing.com/rpgs/ ... h-arm.html

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The French Arm is the most heavily-settled branch of human exploration and expansion, running from Earth though the link at Wolf 359 and extending all the way up to the Wolf Cluster and Kaefer space, with the colony world of Aurore being the furthest, and most recent, permanent settlement.

The Atlas of the French Arm coves all the worlds and colonies within this immense region of space, including the history of its exploration, the wars that have erupted along its length, and the new dangers that are just beginning to be uncovered at its furthest, darkest reaches.

The perfect companion to French Arm Adventures, Atlas of the French Arm is a complete campaign setting for 2300AD that provides enough material to keep players and referees going for months. Also look out for the third part of the French Arm trilogy, Ships of the French Arm.
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Re: New Release - Atlas of the French Arm in Hardback!

Postby crazy_cat » Mon Jan 25, 2016 6:14 pm

Looking at the preview on DTRPG there seem to be a fair few typos in the file.

Are these corrected in the current PDF - and how is the new hard copy, has it been corrected based on feedback on the pdf?
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Re: New Release - Atlas of the French Arm in Hardback!

Postby crazy_cat » Sat Jan 30, 2016 12:49 pm

Is this in UK distribution yet? I'm not seeing it in stock or available anywhere other than direct from Mongoose?
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Re: New Release - Atlas of the French Arm in Hardback!

Postby MongooseMatt » Mon Feb 01, 2016 12:20 pm

crazy_cat wrote:Is this in UK distribution yet? I'm not seeing it in stock or available anywhere other than direct from Mongoose?
Will be popping up in distribution later this month!
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Re: New Release - Atlas of the French Arm in Hardback!

Postby IanBruntlett » Mon Feb 01, 2016 2:03 pm

msprange wrote: Will be popping up in distribution later this month!
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Re: New Release - Atlas of the French Arm in Hardback!

Postby crazy_cat » Sat Feb 27, 2016 10:36 am

Any idea when this will make UK distribution? Leisure Games don't have it yet and it isn't on their new releases list for March 1st.
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Re: New Release - Atlas of the French Arm in Hardback!

Postby IanBruntlett » Sat Feb 27, 2016 2:29 pm

crazy_cat wrote:Any idea when this will make UK distribution? Leisure Games don't have it yet and it isn't on their new releases list for March 1st.
No idea. I have been tracking Esdevium Game's "New Release" PDFs on http://www.esdeviumgames.com/ but it looks like it will be March at the earliest before a copy arrives at my FLGS.
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