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LOAMHEDGE US Cover Released!
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    Exclamation LOAMHEDGE US Cover Released!

    Yes, as with the Tribes of Redwall: Mice Cover in the La Dita Book Club Form (See the other thread I started), there was also a cover for.......LOAMHEDGE! And here's the moment you've all been waiting for-THE US COVER OF LOAMHEDGE!

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    *Begins yelling hysterically!*
    YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Thanks for the scans, Cornflower! Even now, it seems clear that this will be a great cover. I'm struck by the fact that this is really the first time Troy Howell (assuming he's the artist, which is a safe bet) has done a dark-blue to yellow transitional sunset. It gives things an almost regal feel-- can't wait to see the whole thing crystal-clear.

    Just by what I can make out of this, though, it appears to be a group of woodlanders gathered around a campfire in the middle of a gorge/valley. For some reason I want to say there's a squirrel sitting next to the fire. Time will tell. Anyone else care to take a guess at what the cover is depicting?

    As an aside, shrinking the image makes it clearer, although too small to help identify things. Nevertheless, I did post the smaller version in the news story here.

    Thanks for the scoop, Cornflower!
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    That's blurry but cool. I like it better than the American Triss cover. Prettier colors.
    There looks like at least two creatures near the fire, and the one on the right seems to be looking up (his head is under the "n" on the NEW sign). Looks like a cliff or a canyon. And there's either a rock or a critter standing on the upper right part, under the "s" in Jacques.
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    That's awesome! I only wish I could see what it was. I think they're standing amidst some ruins of Loamhedge poking up from the ground, but... I've honestly not a clue.

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    Quite kewl! Glad this is released! I think that's some creatures standing in a gorge or something. Not sure
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    'tis nice. I wonder if Canada will get the UK cover, or if we're sticking with the US covers forever (Triss).
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    *hops around excitedly* OH, I can't wait ror it to come out!!!!! Even the cover makes it look like a good book.
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    Finally the cover, looks like two creatures around a campfire. One seems to be a squirrel :/ ...*really needs to get taggerung and triss before this comes out*
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    Coolness.:D

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    Loamhedge

    it looks like 4 creatures around a fire, in a gorge. Cornflower, did you get this on a website and was it clear before you scanned it? if so can you e-mail me or post the site?
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    Cool cover. There's no more to that in that.
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    Gah.* is waiting for her Redwall newsletter to come in*

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    Yaaaaahoooooo! I know! I opened my order form from The Redwall Reader's Club and... POW! There it was! Loamhedge! Yaaaaay!
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    Two things: firstly cool cover. In regards to those around the fire, there should be five if none have died or anything by that point, Sarabando, Bragoon and the rebelious youths we've learnt of in the newest info. I could speculate about whether they are in a gourge or in front of the ruins themselves, but it might just be that the artist used a little artistic license when told to do a rugged landscape. What now catches my eye is head like object to the top right below the "s" of "Jacques". Perhaps it's either the badger or the bell from Mattimeo, but who knows. But I bet the British cover will be even better. Even if we do get it half a year later.
    Secondly: has anyone else not yet got their mailing from the Readers Club. This happened once before where I found out that I was not being mailed any more as the money I had paid had run out, and I hadn't been told. But redwall.org is saying that they've got a bit of illness over at the office, so it may be just that.

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