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The Raiders for Dux Britanniarum Released

With Salute 2014 in the heart of London’s Docklands hosting the launch of Dux Britanniarum, we are very pleased to announce that this exciting new supplement for Dux Britanniarum is now available from our web site.
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The Raiders supplement is made up of a 44 page book which introduces three new factions, the Irish, the Scotti and the Picts, as well as providing details for force variations for the Northern British, the Gwyr y Gogledd. As well as new rules for these factions we provide two beautiful colour maps of Ireland and Scotland to allow you to extend your Dux Britanniarum campaigns into territories new.
Dux MapsThe book is accompanied by a supplementary set of cards which may be used with the main Dux Britanniarum deck in order to represent the new factions and rule amendments.
The Raiders is available in a number of formats. For £18.00 you can select the hard copy book with the card deck. For £14.00 the PDF bundle provides a PDF version of the book and a hard copy set of the card deck. For £21.00 you can have the complete bundle which includes the book, PDF and hard copy cards. Ideal for the gamer who wants to use his tablet when gaming.
Web 2In addition we are also now stocking the full range of starter armies for Dux Britanniarum, with Picts, Irish and Scotti armies now joining the Romano-British and Saxon armies we stock.
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