It seemed like the other Cadwallon forum was for the Confrontation forces of that city... not the RPG... so I'm posting this here.
I was searching around the web for discussions about Cadwallon. I'd tried playing a couple sessions of it back in the day but never got much farther with it. A very interesting and novel approach to an RPG I think... not exactly my style but I could see its strengths.
Anyway, I like the setting (of course) and have been thinking of running it again but in a different system (RQ6... or maybe Magic World). I've got both the Secrets books for it but Secrets 2 was only put out in French... BUT... in my searches I saw a post by Xenon-Wulf, the fellow who did the bulk of the English translations. He mentioned there (in a thread from 2009 on RPGNet) that he was thinking of reading over his work on Secrets 2 and putting it into an issue of Cry Havoc Online.
Does anyone know if this ever happened? Even partially? I can find the scans of the print versions of Cry Havoc but none of the Online ones... so the point may be moot anyway.
My last information is Xenon_Wulf has translated the whole Secrets 2 but he will not puplish the translation. And I think he wasn't paid. And allthough Rackham went bankrupt, the rights are now at a different company, so his hands are tied. But I think this was posted on dragon-painting forum, and this site is down.
Feel free to correct me if I posted something wrong. That's what I believe right now. This must not be the 100% truth.
You can use all the Rackham range for it. That's the cool thing, you have five different games (Confrontation, Dogs of War, RagNarok, Cadwallon, Hybrid) and you can use the same miniatures for all of them. There are no specific special Cadwallon minis, as Cadwallon can be played as a regular army in Confro or DoW.
Thanks! That's great news. Have you tried the game system? The book looks gorgeous but I've heard mixed reviews. My friends and I have played miniature wargames a lot but are new to RPG's, would we find it an easy system to learn?