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The Emperor Protects, a Deathwatch adventure book, is on sale via download
|Deathwatch | Published 13 December 2010||Rating||22 votes|
“I’ve never seen anything like Space Marines in action. Anyone who sees them knows in his soul they are the God-Emperor’s creations. More than that, you know that through them He is still watching over us.
–Corporal Drayle after a Kill-team rescue on Baraban
On the savage Feral World of Aurum, a proud colony of warriors resists the pull of the Imperium, and their assistance is vital in the face of new foes. Meanwhile, a city beneath the sea might hold the answers needed to uncover the mystery behind a missing Inquisitor. The Deathwatch is needed.
The Emperor Protects contains three separate adventures for the Deathwatch roleplaying game set among the war-torn front lines of an Imperial crusade. Can your imposing Space Marines convince the warrior colony of the Feral World Aurum to join the Imperium? Or will they meet their demise upon the surface of a corrupted Forge World?
Featuring three new adventures, The Emperor Protects is a great way to begin your campaigns in the Deathwatch.
Check out our previews of The Emperor Protects: This Looks Like a Job for the Deathwatch! and A Vigilant Sword. Then, visit drivethrurpg.com or rpgnpw.com to download your copy and begin your adventures in the Deathwatch today!
Deathwatch is a roleplaying game in which players take on the roles of the bio-engineered super-soldiers known as Space Marines. United with their battle-brothers, players will complete extraordinary missions involving some of the greatest heroes and deadliest opponents the Warhammer 40,000 universe has to offer.
Was very excited about this, went to the rpgnow website and downloaded the preview file to try on my Ipad. Then tried viewing this preview in Goodreader, Ibooks, Stanza even my ComicZeal4 reader. Most of the pages look and read great, except for those small boxes of captions, like the last page of the preview (after the Sethahar paragraph) which is completely washed out, the text font is white and unreadable.
This is not a new problem with FFG pdfs (friend had told me about the same issue with previous FFG Warhammer 40k pdfs), but until it is fixed, I would rather wait to get the hardcopy of this item than download the pdf and be unable to read sections of the document.
Hopefully FFG will address these issues, which I believe are related to jpeg layering, but I am no technical expert), until then, note me as an interested customer, who will wait for the point where these pdfs are readable on my Ipad.
Hmm..last two weeks of November. That means we won't see it in Australia until the new year. Be earlier if christmas weren't in the way.
Hard back was available the released in the last two weeks of November and is available currently. Your FLGS may have a copy on the shelf, or can order one for you.
When will the hard copy be available?