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A Brief History of Gnolls: Anthropophagy & Emeralds from Wales to Wisconsin & Beyond
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A Brief History of Gnolls: Anthropophagy and Emeralds from Wales to Wisconsin and Beyond traces the history of the title fantasy creatures in literature and gaming, from when they were first introduced nearly a century ago up through the present. Features of this unique and entertaining volume include two entertaining quasi-academic essays by writer Paul Haynie that examine the literary history of Gnolls; an appendix containing the 1912 Lord Dunsany short story that first introduces the creatures in question; and illustrations by artists Jon Kaufman and Sidney Sime. …

H.G. Wells’ Little Wars
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Originally written in 1913 by one of the greatest science fiction authors, this is a reprint of the book that gained H.G. Wells the title “Father of Modern Wargaming.” Little Wars will appeal to science fiction fans, history buffs, students of politics and international affairs, wargamers, RPGers, and anyone else interested in the works of this great writer.  Skirmisher’s edition of Little Wars is divided into a Foreword, an Introduction, six Chapters, and an Appendix. Features of this edition include: Clear, authoritative, and entertaining text that reveals both the great mind and the sense of humor possessed by one of the world’s greatest science fiction authors. A complete miniatures wargame system that can be played as-is or used as the basis for other miniature…

H.G. Wells’ Floor Games
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Often referred to as a companion volume to H.G. Wells’ wargaming classic Little Wars, Floor Games is a republication of “the Father of Miniature Wargaming’s” first volume devoted to recreational gaming. Highlights include a lighthearted, often humorous discussion on the theory and methodology behind a wide variety of “floor” and tabletop games and tips on the use and creation of improvised models, terrain, and other gaming props.  Skirmisher’s edition of Floor Games is divided into a Foreword, an Introduction, and four chapters: I) “The Toys to Have”; II) “The Game of the Wonderful Islands”; III) “Of the Building of Cities”; and IV) “Funiculars, Marble Towers, Castles, and War Games, But Very Little of War Games.” Other features include: Foreword by renowned game designer J…

Havelok the Dane
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“Havelok the Dane” is the epic Medieval tale of how the heirs to the thrones of Denmark and England are despoiled of their titles and fortunes, their struggles to survive, and their battle to reclaim their heritage. It contains elements derived from earlier pagan Norse mythology.  This version of the story was adapted from a 13th century Middle English romance by noted Columbia University professor George Philip Krapp and was originally published in 1921. …

La Baionnette No. 32: Raemaekers
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This download includes a complete PDF copy of La Baoinnette No. 32: Raemaekers, a French magazine published during World War I, and high-resolution TIFF format images of all 35 illustrations that appear in the publication (31 black-and-white images at 600 dpi and four spot color images at 300 dpi). These high quality-images can be freely used in publishing projects of all sorts and are especially suited for those tying in with the Great War, the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and the classic era of the Cthulhu Mythos. Subjects depicted in this issue include soldiers, battlefields, victims of war, allegorical images of death and the countries involved in World War I, caricatures of national leaders, and more.  La Baionnette is a French satirical weekly that was publis…

La Baionnette No. 34: Le Systeme D (The Bayonet No. 34: System D)
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This download includes a complete PDF copy of La Baoinnette No. 34: Système D, a French magazine published during World War I, and high-resolution TIFF format images of all 43 illustrations that appear in the publication (10 full-color images at 300 dpi and 33 black-and-white images at 600 dpi). These high quality-images can be freely used in publishing projects of all sorts and are especially suited for those tying in with the Great War, the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and the classic era of the Cthulhu Mythos. Subjects depicted include soldiers, battlefields, military architecture, weapons, fashion, and daily life, and run the gamut from humorous to dramatic in tone and from cartoonish to realistic in style.  La Baionnette is a French satirical weekly that was p…

La Baionnette No. 44: Les Bleuets (The Bayonet No. 44: The Blueberries)
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This download includes a complete PDF copy of La Baoinnette No. 44: Les Bleuetes, a French magazine published during World War I, and high-resolution TIFF format images of all 26 illustrations that appear in the publication (seven full-color images at 300 dpi and 19 black-and-white images at 600 dpi). These high quality images can be freely used in publishing projects of all sorts and are especially suited for those tying in with the Great War, the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and the classic era of the Cthulhu Mythos. Subjects depicted include soldiers, battlefields, weapons, fashion, and daily life, and run the gamut from humorous to dramatic in tone and from cartoonish to realistic in style. La Baionnette is a French satirical weekly that was published by cartooni…

La Baionnette No. 47: Nos Marins (The Bayonet No. 47: Our Marines)
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This download includes a complete PDF copy of La Baoinnette No. 47: Nos Marins, a French magazine published during World War I, and high-resolution TIFF format images of all 35 illustrations that appear in the publication (seven full-color images at 300 dpi and 28 black-and-white images at 600 dpi). This issue is dedicated to the French marines and their role in the war and is weighted toward images that depict them. These high-quality graphics can be freely used in publishing projects of all sorts and are especially suited for those tying in with the Great War, the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and the classic era of the Cthulhu Mythos.  La Baionnette is a French satirical weekly that was published by cartoonist Henry Maigrot from 1915 to 1920. It was intended to bo…

Stevenson At Play
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Famous as the author of such great works of literature as Treasure IslandKidnapped, and Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Robert Louis Stevenson was also a dedicated war gamer. Stevenson at Play, one of the lesser-known works of this “Grandfather of Modern Wargaming,” describes a complex strategic wargame that the author and his stepson, Samuel Lloyd Osbourne, played in the early 1880s.  Skirmisher’s edition of Stevenson at Play includes an Introduction by Osbourne, a Foreword by publisher and wargame designer Michael O. Varhola, and several period pieces of art, including some hand-drawn sketches by Stevenson himself. This download includes low-resolution screen-friendly and high-resolution…

The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan
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This title contains line art 24 illustrations by artist Cyrus Leroy Baldridge that are all especially suitable for coloring. They are inspired by The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan, a classic work of picaresque fiction by British diplomat James Morier that was first published in 1824 and which has been compared with the Arabian Nights. Morier’s epic adventure is filled with rip-roaring exploits, witty satire, and nimble humor, and follows the rags-to-riches escapades of Hajji Baba, the lazy son of a barber, as he seeks his fortune … but only if it doesn’t demand too much work of him.  Baldridge himself was an adventurer and set out from Baghdad with his wife to personally retrace the journeys of Hajji Baba. He experienced a series of fantastic and harrowi…

The Christmas Inn
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This short story set in Medieval England during the turbulent War of the Roses tells how the events of one cold and stormy winter night caused an old and storied inn for travelers to have its name changed. It includes some pleasingly evocative imagery, particularly with regard to the proprietors of the inn and the men-at-arms that converge upon it.  “The Christmas Inn” was written by author Ella F. Mosby and illustrated by acclaimed English-American artist R.B. Birch and was originally published in 1892. Modern readers may find the tensions described in this story strikingly familiar but take heart at the way they are set aside during the holiday season. …

The Magician’s Daughter
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This lighthearted and humorous fantasy short story describes what happens when a young woman takes over her deceased father’s business as a consulting magician and how she deals with troublesome clients, unreliable retainers, and devious rivals. It is very similar in tone to the Arabian Nights, which was very popular during the era when it was written, and includes appearances by numerous nonhuman creatures, including giants, gnomes, hippogriffs, ghosts, and hobgoblins.  “The Magician’s Daughter” was written by prolific and popular American author Frank R. Stockton and illustrated by artist E.B. Bensell and was originally published in 1880. …

The Prince of the Sea
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This short story set in the legendary era of the Mythic North describes the origins of the people who came to be known as Vikings, to include their struggles against foreign invaders and the romance between a Norse princess and the Prince of the Sea.  “The Prince of the Sea” was written by author John V. Sears and illustrated by artist I.W. Taber and was originally published in 1918. …

Thor and the Giant Skrymir
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This short story set in the Viking epic era covers a number of iconic episodes involving the Norse deity Thor, including a series of seemingly simple contests that he just cannot seem to win and an inadvertent attack on one of his chariot goats.  “Thor and the Giant Skrymir” was written by author Julia Clinton Jones and was originally published in 1891. …

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