(KS) Castles & Crusades Players Handbook Heads for 7th Printing on Kickstarter!
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  • (KS) Castles & Crusades Players Handbook Heads for 7th Printing on Kickstarter!


    Troll Lord Games recently announced that stock of the Castles & Crusades Players Handbook had sold out. To fund an impressive 7th print run of the book they’ve turned to Kickstarter and are offering the book to backers at 50% of the final cover price!



    In addition to the regular edition of the Players Handbook a special Collector’s Edition is also on offer as are a host of the supplements and adventures from the lines 13 year history. Oh, they are also offering the Player’s Handbook with an alternative cover too at the same price backing for a regular one. So, what are you waiting for?

    The campaign runs on Kickstarter until Wednesday 12th April.
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