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Title: Conan: Hyboria's Fiercest: Barbarians, Borderers & Nomads
Author: Vincent Darlage
Publisher: Mongoose Publishing
Format: 128-page perfect-bound book
The Hyborian Age is a world of heartless and brutal violence. In this dark world stalk equally violent, heartless and brutal warriors. Many are little more than bandits and murderers while others tread a more noble and honourable path, but all of them ferocious and enduring, able to deal out death as quickly as the world around them.
The fierce are those hardy characters who stand tall against the world and look it straight in the eye, assured, as they are, of their own ability. The fierce are the nomad horde; a living sandstorm stripping the civilised of their flesh, leaving nothing in their wake but death. The fierce are the barbarians that strike low the cities of civilised Hyborian lands with the surety of an earthquake. The fierce are borderers that strike with the deadly precision of a hurricane carried on wings of silent death. Powered only by their confidence, courage and wits, the barbarians, borderers and nomads of the Hyborian Age are the epitome of vibrant life, fuelled by their eagerness to bring down the walls and gates of civilisation. These people are the embodiments of chaos and destruction that will watch Hyboria burn as they plunder the wealth of ages, revelling in blood and gore as they drive through the chaff of humanity.
This book discusses how the various cultures of Conan's age look at the barbarian, borderer and nomad classes. Giving advice on those skills and feats which emphasise each culture's iconic interpretations of those three classes, revealing the secrets of Hyboria's Fiercest. Including information, tips and rules for exerting one's body to its utmost limit at a price to health and soul, the secrets of survival, camouflage, equipment and hunting, and a plethora of new combat styles and manoeuvres, this book allows you create entirely new and individual barbarians, borderers and nomads.
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