This is a excellent historical 'war-torn' English campaign that manages to evoke enough magical realism into the setting to make it come alive. There are a series of eccentric NPCs to add colour and a detailed narrative that would keep most adventurers happy for months, and it's isn't too dissimilar to classic campaigns like Warhammer's Enemy within in this respect. The presentation and layout is nicely done, and it's all well bookmarked. All this alone would be worthy of 4 stars, but the exemplary service I recieved when dealing with a technical issue bump it up one more! The follow on Omnibus 2 is even better though..
[5 of 5 Stars!]