House Holloway, under the auspices of the great mastersmith Lord Douglas the Frequently Irascible, has sent word that limited numbers of his ATEi A9 is back in stock. Doug Holloway is, of course, the HMFIC of ATEi Guns. A curmudgeon by the time he was eight, Ser Holloway’s work rivals or surpasses that of the greatest artisans we know (and we’re including both Donal Noye and Tobho Mott in that estimation.
We stumbled across these quite by accident recently and thought (correctly, no doubt because…well, it’s us) some of you reading this might be interested.
You will want to read the story of this master carver.
Busking for war, or preparing to go on campaign? We have good news for you. Another superb manufacturer has declared for House Morningwood. Their arms, armour, and assorted accouterments shall now be available for the equipage of all who’ve raised their banner to Morning Wood!
Here’s something feculent to think about.
There are three major logistical realities of pre-industrial warfare that many fiction writers (and armchair generals) never consider. Much of it has to do with manure. They are outlined below.
This seems like the perfect video with which to remind everyone that Griffon Industries is now a part of House Morningwood’s own Gear Whore Buyers Club. Yet another absolutely badass way we reward those who respond when we call our banners.