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A Medieval Fantasy Adventure By Vianka Van Bokkem
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The view from this tall tree is kind of pretty. I can see salmon jumping on the river. Colorful birds are making their nests while they sing. The sky is clear this morning after a night of heavy... More > rain. I was not successful at hunting last night because I could not see anything with the rain. My bow and arrows seemed to be drying faster than I was. I decided to go check a village and hopefully someone was going to feel sorry for me and feed me. While entering the village a group of people was gathering around a sign that was being posted by a royal knight. His expensive uniform gave him away. “Young princess Victoria has been abducted by Amira the dark magic sorcerer. The King is offering one hundred gold coins to anyone who rescues her.” The reward was more than enough to feed my siblings for a long time. Will Princess Victoria's handsome teen brother 'Prince Edward' interfere with my quest? Or are the two of us destined to fall in love during his little sisters rescue< Less
Medieval: Adventures in a Foreign Land By John Griffith
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MEDIEVAL is an independently written and produced role playing game, strongly influenced by a medieval-European theme, and game play that is intuitive, gritty and fun. MEDIEVAL can be played with as... More > few as two people, but the optimum group size is 4-6. MEDIEVAL uses a skill point-buy system, eschewing level and class restrictions. The combat system is unique, emphasizing strategic and tactical cooperation and planning, and allows players to customize characters’ active offensive and defensive skills. With MEDIEVAL, no longer is combat static and confined to turn-based rounds, but unfolds dynamically and fluidly using a unique system of simultaneous resolution of outcomes. MEDIEVAL’S magic system also breaks the conventional mold of spell restrictions by level and class. Players choose and design any power they can imagine, adjusting the effectiveness of each power to suit a character’s needs.< Less
Medieval: Adventures in a Foreign Land By John Griffith
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MEDIEVAL is an independently written and produced role playing game, strongly influenced by a medieval-European theme, and game play that is intuitive, gritty and fun. MEDIEVAL can be played with as... More > few as two people, but the optimum group size is 4-6. MEDIEVAL uses a skill point-buy system, eschewing level and class restrictions. The combat system is unique, emphasizing strategic and tactical cooperation and planning, and allows players to customize characters’ active offensive and defensive skills. With MEDIEVAL, no longer is combat static and confined to turn-based rounds, but unfolds dynamically and fluidly using a unique system of simultaneous resolution of outcomes. MEDIEVAL’S magic system also breaks the conventional mold of spell restrictions by level and class. Players choose and design any power they can imagine, adjusting the effectiveness of each power to suit a character’s needs.< Less
Adventures From Medieval Islam By Mrs. Cotten's Period 1/2
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Compilation of Student Historical Narratives of Ancient Islam
Medieval Mysteries Role Playing Game By Simon Washbourne
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The Brother Cadfael novels of Ellis Peters, created a massive following of readers and spawned a whole new genre that was to become the biggest growing genre in new fiction. The Medieval Mysteries... More > RPG is designed to emulate the medieval detectives like Crowner John, Hugh Corbett and Owen Archer, found in the works of Bernard Knight, Paul Doherty and Candace Robb. It uses the same simplified version of the WoTC OGL system found in the popular Go Fer Yer Gun! rpg. It features nine character classes, including the Apothecary, Crowner and Scholar, a new simplified skill system, a grittier combat system where hit die stop at 4th level as well as rules for wound infection, details about crime and punishment and a sample adventure. The Medieval Mysteries rpg contains all you need to go sleuthing in England in the Middle Ages.< Less
Medieval Mysteries Role Playing Game (Hardcover) By Simon Washbourne
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The Brother Cadfael novels of Ellis Peters, created a massive following of readers and spawned a whole new genre that was to become the biggest growing genre in new fiction. The Medieval Mysteries... More > RPG is designed to emulate the medieval detectives like Crowner John, Hugh Corbett and Owen Archer, found in the works of Bernard Knight, Paul Doherty and Candace Robb. It uses the same simplified version of the WoTC OGL system found in the popular Go Fer Yer Gun! rpg. It features nine character classes, including the Apothecary, Crowner and Scholar, a new simplified skill system, a grittier combat system where hit die stop at 4th level as well as rules for wound infection, details about crime and punishment and a sample adventure. The Medieval Mysteries rpg contains all you need to go sleuthing in England in the Middle Ages.< Less
How to Cook a Peacock : Le Viandier - Medieval Recipes from the French Court By Jim Chevallier, Taillevent
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In the fourteenth century, French kings prized such fare as peacock, storks and herons. Guillaume Tirel not only cooked these dishes, he left a book on how to do it. Because (it is said) he had a... More > long sharp nose, he was nicknamed "Taillevent" ("Slice-wind"), and his classic cookbook is often referred to as "Taillevent's Viandier". Le Viandier has survived in at least four different versions. Now Jim Chevallier has translated one of the earliest and most difficult versions - the so-called Fifteenth Century version. This affordable translation makes a precious historical document more readily available to recreational medievalists, food historians and students of medieval life. Luckily, too, many of the dishes listed use familiar ingredients such as chicken, veal, eggs and peas. Adventurous cooks can adapt these original period recipes for modern use, and impress their friends with brewets, pasties, galantines and coulis.< Less
HOW TO COOK A PEACOCK: Le Viandier - Medieval Recipes from the French Court By Guillaume Tirel
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In the fourteenth century, French kings prized such fare as peacock, storks and herons. Guillaume Tirel not only cooked these dishes, he left a book on how to do it. Because (it is said) he had a... More > long sharp nose, he was nicknamed "Taillevent" ("Slice-wind"), and his classic cookbook is often referred to as "Taillevent's Viandier". Le Viandier has survived in at least four different versions. Now Jim Chevallier has translated one of the earliest and most difficult versions - the so-called Fifteenth Century version. This affordable translation makes a precious historical document more readily available to recreational medievalists, food historians and students of medieval life. Luckily, too, many of the dishes listed use familiar ingredients such as chicken, veal, eggs and peas. Adventurous cooks can adapt these original period recipes for modern use, and impress their friends with brewets, pasties, galantines and coulis.< Less
HOW TO COOK A PEACOCK: Le Viandier - Medieval Recipes from the French Court By Guillaume Tirel
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In the fourteenth century, French kings prized such fare as peacock, storks and herons. Guillaume Tirel not only cooked these dishes, he left a book on how to do it. Because (it is said) he had a... More > long sharp nose, he was nicknamed "Taillevent" ("Slice-wind"), and his classic cookbook is often referred to as "Taillevent's Viandier". Le Viandier has survived in at least four different versions. Now Jim Chevallier has translated one of the earliest and most difficult versions - the so-called Fifteenth Century version. This affordable translation makes a precious historical document more readily available to recreational medievalists, food historians and students of medieval life. Luckily, too, many of the dishes listed use familiar ingredients such as chicken, veal, eggs and peas. Adventurous cooks can adapt these original period recipes for modern use, and impress their friends with brewets, pasties, galantines and coulis.< Less
HOW TO COOK A PEACOCK: Le Viandier - Medieval Recipes from the French Court By Guillaume Tirel
eBook (ePub): $4.99
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In the fourteenth century, French kings prized such fare as peacock, storks and herons. Guillaume Tirel not only cooked these dishes, he left a book on how to do it. Because (it is said) he had a... More > long sharp nose, he was nicknamed "Taillevent" ("Slice-wind"), and his classic cookbook is often referred to as "Taillevent's Viandier". Le Viandier has survived in at least four different versions. Now Jim Chevallier has translated one of the earliest and most difficult versions - the so-called Fifteenth Century version. This affordable translation makes a precious historical document more readily available to recreational medievalists, food historians and students of medieval life. Luckily, too, many of the dishes listed use familiar ingredients such as chicken, veal, eggs and peas. Adventurous cooks can adapt these original period recipes for modern use, and impress their friends with brewets, pasties, galantines and coulis.< Less