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LordTBT

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    I was attracted to the Japanese "Redwall Legend" ; unfortunately I must report that the box itself seems to be nonexistent, and the collection part merely refers to the fact that all four of the Japanese Redwall translations - Redwall, Mossflower, Mattimeo, and Mariel of Redwall - are sold together.

    However, the books themselves are certainly not disappointing. The jacket covers of Redwall, Mossflower, and Mattimeo all feature the artwork of artist Pete Lyon, while Mariel of Redwall features Chris Baker's artwork.

    Like the Hebrew edition of Redwall, these books read from right-to-left, or the opposite of English language books.

    All contain the original Gary Chalk illustrations and maps, but they're marked with Japanese writing.

    These hardcovers are slightly…


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    It has been a long journey to get to this point, but at long last, Redwall: The Warrior Reborn has appeared on gaming platform Steam, with a Early Access release date of September 28, 2017, about two and a half months away!

    A short summary describes the game as "Set in the winter shrouded wilderness between Lilygrove and Redwall Abbey, help Liam or Sophia race for help from the raiding rats under Cheesethief's command."

    This is new information - players will apparently be able to choose between a male or female character, and we have their names. Also from the Steam page:

    Why Early Access?

    “We really want early feedback from fans of the Redwall books on things like look, narrative, tone, music etc. It an extremely high priority that we capture the…

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    I remember the first time I saw Michaela Helms' cover artwork for the German editions of Redwall, Mossflower, and Mattimeo many, many years ago.

    It was those latter two covers that really fascinated me: Slagar the Cruel's prominent placement, with a long, glorious mask on Mattimeo, while on Mossflower, our heroes are actually riding on the backs of the hares.

    These illustrations were completely different from the US and UK iterations I was previously privy to. And now, at long last, these three editions of the German Redwall Saga have entered the Redwall Wiki library.

    Frau Helms also provided the interior illustrations for these books, as well as for a few other series entries, but I believe these are the only ones that she drew the covers for, whic…



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    Yesterday, Soma chief Chris Skaggs popped over to the Redwallabbey.com forums for a Redwall: The Warrior Reborn question-and-answer session with fans, where quite a few revelations were made.

    One of the biggest? We finally have an expected window in which to expect the game's release:

    "You can look for the release of episode one of The Warrior Reborn within 12 months or less," Skaggs said.

    Previously, Skaggs had indicated that the plan for the game calls for six of these chapters or episodes.

    This first episode is to be called "The Scout."

    "The Scout is single player and story based," said Skaggs. "It tells the tale of how a young mouse who is forced to flee to Redwall Abbey when the village of Lilygrove (which was seen in The Corsair's Last Treas…


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    Liverpool: A Portrait in Old Picture Postcards Vol. 1 is a 1988 book by author Peter W. Woolley. The 88-page volume contains a collection of postcards from the early 1900s that chronicle life in the city of Liverpool. Each page features a different postcard, with a description of the building, location, or people depicted on it.

    Essentially, this book provides a portal through time into how Liverpool looked over a century ago. Amongst the featured postcards: The Overhead Railway, Lime Street, and Dale Street.

    Brian Jacques, who was a popular BBC Radio Merseyside personality at the time of its publication, provided the one page foreword to the book.

    It would be inappropriate to quote the text of the entire page, so I'll excerpt some interesting…



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