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Chapter 7: Appendix (251-) - Provides some basic NPCs and a Glossary.
Rating: 8/10 (and that's only because I find the whole Apotheosis thing ridiculous and always have), otherwise 9-9.5/10
According to their Website, a Savage Worlds version of the background is in preparation, as is Machinations, a GM's Guide for the existing book. Well worth keeping an eye out for!
... to the town? (I know it's a stereotype, but I think of Democrats as being more latte and croissant... while Republicans being more eggs, bacon and home fries...) Like Chambersburg, Greencastle has a major railway, which is elevated as it slices through the town center. In Chambersburg, every street has a full size underpass--thus allowing the town to expand evenly on both sides of the track and keep a ...
3 hrs 6.1 kms Day Totals 12 hrs, 24.1 kms I continue on the east. I pause at an old house turned visitor's center, where an older volunteer park worker is eager for a chat. He tells me about how, people like the residents of this house lost their harvest and suffered after the war--eventually having their house repossed. "People in these parts were simple farmers--they had ...
... this time, I'm exploring the battlefield and I forgot my map), I reach the ridge overlooking a steep valley and Antietem Creek. Here it suddenly feels real... Thousands of Union soldiers desperately trying to climb this hill while the Confederates fire volley after volley, dropping them like flies. This doesn't feel like a place to get all scholarly about whether the Civil War was really necessary or not... it's a place to try to get a taste of that collective horror ...
... d think...
Finally I reach Snyder's crossing where there's a road to Sharpsburg. Here I see one more interesting sight: several homes have both an American and a Confederate flag in the front.
I like that. Maybe it's a way of saying, "it's not a question of being for or against the US government... it's about aknowledging our history... and both these flags played a part in our history".
And with that thought I'll call it a ...