Designing medieval fantasy armies: Ylaruam

I recently posted a guide to authors who wish to include armies in their medieval historical or fantasy stories, or in background materials for role-playing games. I want to follow up with some examples and what is done well or poorly in each. In the next post I looked at the army of the Duchy … Continue reading Designing medieval fantasy armies: Ylaruam

Designing medieval fantasy armies: Glantri

I recently posted a guide to authors who wish to include armies in their medieval historical or fantasy stories, or in background materials for role-playing games. I want to follow up with some examples and what is done well or poorly in each. In the next post I looked at the army of the Duchy … Continue reading Designing medieval fantasy armies: Glantri

Designing medieval fantasy armies: doing it right, doing it wrong

Let's say you're writing a fantasy story, or some fiction based in the medieval world, or writing background information for a role-playing game in a medieval-like fantasy setting.  Appearing in your story, or your game campaign, is some interaction with the army of the kingdom.  You want to write something believable, but you're not an … Continue reading Designing medieval fantasy armies: doing it right, doing it wrong

Rhino and Badger Published!

The Rhino and the Badger is now available as a Kindle ebook! https://www.amazon.com/Rhino-Badger-Ken-Pascoe-ebook/dp/B08G5DB4NK/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3H6623Z2OJNEN&dchild=1&keywords=ken+pascoe&qid=1597966511&sprefix=ken+pascoe%2Caps%2C235&sr=8-1 Like so many authors before me, I had an idea. The idea bounced around in my head until it had to come out, so it became words in a file. I wrote, edited, solicited feedback from my wife and others, and improved … Continue reading Rhino and Badger Published!

Pole Estimation for Target Recognition via Late Time Scattering

This is a paper I presented at the European Electromagnetics Conference (EUROEM) in 2004. The conference was held at Otto von Guericke University in Magdeburg, Germany. The paper was also published as a book chapter in Ultra Wideband, Short Pulse Electromagnetics 7, published by Springer. There are some formatting issues in this blog version. Greek … Continue reading Pole Estimation for Target Recognition via Late Time Scattering