I am about 50 pages into the next major Legends book so I think its time to make an announcement.
For those of you who are members of the Legendsrpg yahoo group, you've already heard this (that's right- I filter information out slowly like the CIA taking over a South American country for General Foods).
The next Legends book will be Legends of the Dark Ages, covering Europe from the Fall of the Western Roman Empire through Charlemagne (476-814). While there will be magic in the game, the goal was to do a more historical take on the period (since arguably Excalibur is a dark ages book as well).
I think for those with an interest in historical gaming this would be a big hit. Also I think there's a lot here for the Excalibur player/gm.
Dark Ages has a lot of info on barbarians, including a couple of new core classes (Marauder and Nomad) and a barbarian bloodline.
The core class list is shaping up along these lines:
Hermit (from Excalibur)
Mercenary (from Legends of Carthage)
Noble (from Excalibur)
Skald (from Excalibur)
The book will also provide a fairly indepth history of the period and a period specific equipment section. Included in the equipment rules will be information on mounted combat without stirrups and a complete armor and weapons chart for wrought iron, the strongest metal of the dark ages.
As always, questions and comments welcome.