Our new 50 page guide to airships from the interwar era has arrived. The book included the actual histories of the vessels, with suggestions for how to tweak history to use these giants of the air in your Ubiquity games. Rules suggestions to more realistically use these ships in combat, and game statistics for them are included.  Got to DriveThruRPG or RPGNow to find the ebook for $9.99.

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In addition to Sky Pirates of the Mediterranean, we’ve been working on a companion piece: Airships of the Pulp Era. I’ve wanted to do an airships book for a long time. In fact, my original dissertation pitch was to do a piece on the Imperial Airship Scheme (and hints of what it would have been are in the portion on R.100 and R.101.

The book is coming in at roughly 50 pages, but if I can laid my hands on deck plans of some of the ships that are public domain, that might blow up a bit. It’s with the editor, who tends to work as fast as I do and uses the same software, so my layouts will be mostly intact. That means the book should be on DriveThruRPG in a few weeks.

Sky Pirates of the Mediterannean is off to its editor, and the cover art has been contracted. Interior art is unway, and I think we’re on track to deliver a 130ish page guide to sky pirates in the 1920s and ‘30s. This one will be print on demand, as well as PDF, and done for both Ubiquity and Fate.

Hopefully, we should have our small Airships of the Pulp Era ready to go sometime in July. This one will be for Ubiquity only. It’s about half way completed already. This book will cover the real and pulp histories and uses of airships, with write ups for over a dozen vessels.