Space: 1889—Soldier's Companion PDF
Soldier's Companion contains nineteenth-century colonial miniatures rules with the Victorian Science Fiction elements of Space: 1889. While allowing for the addition of land juggernauts, combat tripods, and aerial flyers, the rules work well for a rag-tag British column fighting its way through the passes of the Northwest Frontier. Soldier's Companion covers the wealth of period military equipment and extensively details the major armies of Earth, Mars, Venus, and Luna.
Written by Frank Chadwick
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