Due to an exciting new product development, the Adobe Fuse files for Armada Wars characters have been removed from the site.
We will be prototyping the entirely new, physical product line at the end of Q1 this year, with Series 1 items hopefully appearing on the store in late summer 2018.
All will be revealed in due course!
Since it's now the final approach to the apocalyptic climax of The Great War of the Shaeld, Kindle prices for the current series have dropped a bit. It's a good time to get friends in on the action!
The older, shorter books are now priced lower than the newer, longer books. The new prices are as follows:
Steal from the Devil / List of the Dead
CAN: $3.99 CAD
AUS: $3.99 AUD
Kindle Matchbook price: Free
The Ravening Deep / From Shattered Stars
CAN: $4.99 CAD
AUS: $4.99 AUD
Kindle Matchbook price: 50% off
Armada Wars Books 1–3 Omnibus:
Typically 20% off the price of separate volumes, depending on Kindle region.
CAN: $7.99 CAD
AUS: $7.99 AUD
Prices correct as of 9th Jan 2018.
Kindle sales regions not mentioned above have prices which are adjusted according to local economy and historical sales figures — most are somewhat lower than the prices for regions providing the majority of sales.
The web site just keeps getting bigger, better, and badder! Here's whats been added or changed in the past week or so:
Because the product details text on the Amazon pages need updating to take the new release date into account for From Shattered Stars, minor corrections are being uploaded to the existing Kindle eBooks at the same time. The paperback editions will be updated with the new interior content, none of which is incredibly compelling.
List of the Dead / Books 1–3 Omnibus (Both rev. 1.08)
From Shattered Stars (Rev. 1.08)
The Kindle update policy has changed, and existing customers will not receive updates for such trivial changes. The new Kindle versions will be available to new customers tomorrow, with the paperbacks expected to be updated by the day after.
Additionally, it has been discovered that links to Createspace stores now simply redirect to Amazon. Createspace links have therefore been removed from this site. If you don't use Amazon, you can buy signed paperbacks on the official store.
There have been yet more additions and improvements this weekend. Strap yourself in!
Quite a lot of work goes on behind the scenes, as well as constant edits to keep the site current with the latest books and correct small, unnoticed errors.
It's always good to know that people are visiting the site and poring over the information here, so feel free to comment. And if you're feeling particularly saintly, then please support the Armadaverse through Patreon!
Some improvements have hit the site over the past week... some major, some just tweaks:
Regular visitors might have noticed that the previously mentioned character pictures have been undergoing rapid and iterative improvements. They're now available for all human main and secondary characters, and higher resolution images are replacing the pictures which were first uploaded.
If you're not a member already, Amazon UK is offering three months of Kindle Unlimited for free as part of Black Friday. This is three times as long as their normal 30-day trial, and gives you access to over a million books.
So if you've still to catch up with one, two, three, or even all of the Armada Wars books, now would be a good time to act!
You must apply before the end of 1st December, and please take note of the small print (it's one of those deals where you'll be charged after the three months if you don't cancel).
The paperback version of From Shattered Stars is now available in our store, which means you can order signed copies if you so desire.
If you've picked up our business card at a convention then you already have a mutating coupon code for this site. The code currently gives you an extra £1 off FSS, on top of our existing £1 discount on the Amazon price. So you can get the paperback here almost 20% cheaper than on Amazon!
Thanks to Adobe's "free-use preview" of Fuse, their developing character design tool, the site is now getting some images of your favourite characters.
So far as it is possible, these images follow the descriptions given in the books to illustrate what various characters would look like. They are now populating to the Main Characters and Secondary Characters sections.
There are some shortcomings. For example although it's possible, it's still really difficult to apply Ren's tattoos and scars. And the controls for eye shape are fairly primordial, so Santani's heritage doesn't exactly leap out at you.
Yes, the Eyes and Ears personnel all doing a "dunno?" pose is deliberate.
As you probably guessed, this software is nowhere near sufficient to model Bruiser, Burner, or Caecald. If any 3D or digital art whizzes out there fancy a crack, fan art is ALWAYS welcome on the Facebook page.