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Imagine an afternoon stroll in Trafalgar Square. Perhaps you were just coming from one of the gentlemen’s clubs at Pall Mall. Thankful for a respite from the rain, you are using your umbrella as a walking stick and relying on your bowler to keep your head dry from a possible heavenly resurgence. A young boy, somewhat dishevelled, runs up to you and hands you a note. You took it out of politeness; you read it out of curiosity. The message is simple: Parliament cannot protect you. Join the Revolution.

You raise an eyebrow and look back towards the boy. He’s already disappearing down an alley, leaving behind a few more alarmed strollers holding copies of his note. Seconds later, a coach explodes across the busy street. Trafalgar Square is thrown into chaos, with people and spooked horses fleeing in every direction, screaming excitedly. There are bodies laying around the burning remnants of the coach, some moving, some not.

Terrorism is alive and well in the Imperial Age and it has been given a name:


The Imperial Age: Anarchism is your guide to the political movement that grew during the Victorian era. The Anarchist believes that all governments are corrupt and oppressive and that the people should demand change. Unlike most other social reform movements, however, the Anarchist believes that this can only be achieved through a violent popular revolt.
Contained within this 11-page supplement: an overview of Anarchism during the Imperial Age; Adventure Hooks; an advanced class which allows you to add Anarchists to your Victorian-era campaign; and new feats.

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Timothy B. [Featured Reviewer]
April 10th, 2012
A little history is helpful here. Anarchism was a big deal to the Victorians. Not just in terms of a political movement, but in terms of what it meant. Society was everything to the Victorians, Anarchy was the opposite of that. So first off, maj [...]
June 10th, 2008
Well, let's face it this book's not usefull at all. The historic background on anarchism presented is neither complete nor correct. You could do better by using Wikipedia. [...]
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