Another month, another entry in the Soldier’s Guide to the Infinite Sea.
This month’s installment is the first part of an overview of the Unified Kingdom’s early history. It includes a few names which you may find familiar, interesting, or both.
As always, Patrons who donated $1 a month or more got access to this article a week in advance, so if you don’t like waiting until the middle of the month to get access, you know where to go.
This month’s installment of A Soldier’s Guide to the Infinite Sea is now up for all to see.
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In other news, I’ve got that big announcement I’ve been talking about coming up this month. Look forward to it: I know I am.
Quick update this time, just a reminder that this month’s A Soldier’s Guide to the Infinite Sea is up.
Also, there will be a big announcement this month, probably sometime in the next two weeks. Then you’ll all get to see what I’ve been working with on the side.
UPDATE, 5/17: Due to various reasons (all of them awesome), it looks like we’re delaying the announcement until next month. Stay turned. This is big, I swear.
It’s the second week of April, which means it’s time for another installment of A Soldier’s Guide to the Infinite Sea.
This entry is a little different from the past few. Instead of being written for public consumption, this month’s article is a briefing delivered to the Takaran Intelligence Committee, the small group of elected officials and high-ranking bureaucrats who sit at the highest levels of Imperial Intelligence, the Takaran Empire’s feared and pervasive clandestine service. It is an opinionated, unsparing, and uncompromising piece of work, as is its author, and one look should be enough to tell you why it was never meant for public viewing.
In other news, I’m sure some of you must be tired of getting nothing but new worldbuilding articles each month. To you I say: fear not. I got a big announcement coming up in the next couple weeks, and I am very much looking forward to revealing what it is.
It’s the second week of the month, which means it’s time for me to upload another installment of The Soldier’s Guide to the Infinite Sea!
This month’s article is an overview of the Knightly Orders, the organisations which serve as the most visible sign of religious faith in the Northern Kingdoms. Wealthy, prestigious, and influential each in their own ways, the Orders-Militant, Orders-Succorant, and Orders-Aspirant all serve not only as expressions of faith in the Sainted Martyrs, but also as forces to be reckoned with in the political sphere of the Northern Kingdoms. Those who have played Guns of Infinity have already had a glimpse of what being a member of a Knightly Order entails, but you should all expect a lot more Order politics in the upcoming Lords of Infinity.
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It’s the second week of the month, which means it’s time for another installment of The Soldier’s Guide to the Infinite Sea.
This month’s article is the long-awaited history of the Royal Dragoons, showing how the regimented developed from an improvised stopgap coastal defence force established in the first days of King Alaric’s War to a hardened veteran unit by the end of the Dozen Years’ War, nearly half a century later.
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The newest installment of The Soldier’s Guide to the Infinite Sea is now up!
This time, we cover the Tierran home front during the Dozen Years’ War. How did the war affect those who stayed behind, and those who were faced with the economic fallout of an overseas conflict which they never chose to take part in? Find out in this latest article, which comes in a new format to better integrate images and text.
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