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D20 Modern: Blood & Guts 2 - In Her Majesty`s Service

Blood & Guts 2: In Her Majesty's Service

In a fascinating collaboration with RPG Objects, the aknowledged experts in D20 Modern Special Forces resources, Sword's Edge Publishing have produced the 2nd Edition of In Her Majesty's Service from the Blood & Guts line.

Publisher's blurb: "Parachute into hostile territory with an SAS troop. Do the dirty deeds MI6 can't with the Increment. Take out terrorists holding a North Sea oil platform with M Squadron. Secure the landing site with the Pathfinders. Conduct deep penetration raids with the Brigade Patrol Troop. Do all this and more with Blood & Guts: In Her Majesty's Service v2, an update of the original B&G supplement.

"Packed with information on the elite and special operations forces of the United Kingdom, In Her Majesty's Service v2 also includes new weapons, equipment and vehicles, as well as a selection of medals from the UK. Every unit entry includes vital information such as organization, equipment and niche, as well as what kind of roles player characters could take on. Along with these units, there are three new prestige classes: close quarters assault training, combat diving training, and containment training."

Megan's review

Book Details:
Author: Fraser Ronald
Publishers' Reference: SEP2104
ISBN: n/a
PDF, 57 pages
Date: August 2006

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Product page last updated: 29 April 2007