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THE SUPER ALPHA NUMERAL PLEX 15 Military Caos By Cedric Clark
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Enter a world of imagination,fun,games, & math where numbers, letters, & words rule by the masses.The art of mass,time,counting,& design time your self and see how many numbers &... More > letters you can count in seconds.Challenge yourself or in a group see how many one's out number two's or how many A's out number Z's spell out and look for words & titles.Take on the big challenge and time yourself in minutes to see how long it takes to count the whole book mass of letters & numbers.< Less
THE SUPER ALPHA NUMERAL PLEX 15 Military Caos By Cedric Clark
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Enter a world of imagination,fun,games, & math where numbers, letters, & words rule by the masses.The art of mass,time,counting,& design time your self and see how many numbers &... More > letters you can count in seconds.Challenge yourself or in a group see how many one's out number two's or how many A's out number Z's spell out and look for words & titles.Take on the big challenge and time yourself in minutes to see how long it takes to count the whole book mass of letters & numbers.< Less
Warriors: A Comprehensive d20 Sourcebook for Fantasy Role-Playing Games By Sharon Daugherty et al.
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Warriors is a comprehensive d20 sourcebook for fantasy role-playing games that expands upon the description of the Warrior class in the Dungeon Master’s Guide. It is an invaluable resource both... More > for game masters who want to expand the variety and realism of combat encounters and martial non-player characters and for players who want to enhance the military and combat capabilities of their own characters. Features include: * 16 military prestige classes, including the Aerial Cavalryman, Charioteer, Combat Engineer, Executioner, Marine, Mechanist Infantry, Mountaineer, and Sheriff. * More than 30 military subtypes, including archers, artillerists, cavalrymen, beast handlers, infantrymen, medics, pathfinders, peasant levies, and templars. * Nine non-military subtypes, including bandits, barkeeps, thugs, and traders. * And much more!< Less
Warriors: A Comprehensive d20 Sourcebook for Fantasy Role-Playing Games By Luke Gygax et al.
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Warriors is a comprehensive d20 sourcebook for fantasy role-playing games that expands upon the description of the Warrior class in the Dungeon Master’s Guide. It is an invaluable resource both... More > for game masters who want to expand the variety and realism of combat encounters and martial non-player characters and for players who want to enhance the military and combat capabilities of their own characters. Features include: * 16 military prestige classes, including the Aerial Cavalryman, Charioteer, Combat Engineer, Executioner, Marine, Mechanist Infantry, Mountaineer, and Sheriff. * More than 30 military subtypes, including archers, artillerists, cavalrymen, beast handlers, infantrymen, medics, pathfinders, peasant levies, and templars. * Nine non-military subtypes, including bandits, barkeeps, thugs, and traders. * And much more!< Less
Fantasy Industry: Perceptions of the South African Special Forces in the Media By Lance Branquinho
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An examination of perceptions of the South African Special Forces (Recces) in the media.
The “People Power” Education Superbook: Book 23. Pay for College Guide (Student Loans, Scholarships, Grants, Military, Job, Start a Business) By Tony Kelbrat
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Young people want to go to college for the big social, coming of age experience but if you don’t come from a wealthy family, I say skip your fantasies of the college fun experience that you got... More > from movies, get a job while you go to either a community college or take online courses for the first two years then attend a local college live in the flesh. When I was young, college was cheap and fun. I think the atmosphere has changed. It’s more expensive now. Pick a practical major then focus on getting that degree as quickly as possible to start making money. You can focus on your artsy explorations anytime. It’s all about making money. Make a plan and stick to it. Chapter 1. Money for College Paying for College One-Liners Take as many lower division credits as possible from a community college or online where it's cheaper. All that employers will consider is the degree itself and the name of the institution that eventually grants the degree.< Less
War Mage By Jake Logan & L. A. Jacob
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In war, here be dragons. First Magus Brent Rogers has just been transferred from Fort Leavenworth to Afghanistan. His mission: to find out how and why a seemingly indestructible dragon died on an... More > alleged suicide mission. Brent finds out that even dragons have secrets — and those secrets, if known, can kill them. Will Brent be like all the other wizards, and work for the Army, or will he keep the secrets of the dragons? His success — and maybe even his life — could depend on his decision.< Less
Army By Peter Anckorn
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A selection of designs for a fictional 1930s themed army. Uniforms , weapons and vehicles as well as a large river fortress.
Army By Peter Anckorn
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A selection of designs for a fictional 1930s themed army. Uniforms , weapons and vehicles as well as a large river fortress.
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