"A supplement for the Victorious RPG. From sea to shining sea, the American republic stands paramount despite unhealed wounds of the Civil War, the battles with the remaining Indian tribes, and Segregation that still mars the nation. This book details the United States of the 1880s and 1890s, giving details both historical and fantastical for heroes and heroines who fight for justice in the Great Republic."
Manifest Destiny By Mike Stewart is a world gazettier book that covers North America & Great Britian of the alternative Victorian era of the Victorious Rpg. They say that world & adventure books set out the guildelines for that campaign setting by laying down the history, background, and more within. And this is where Manifest Destiny excels. Manifest Destiny clocks in at forty six pages and it dives into the United States & Britian with alternative history gusto.
We get all of the underlined details especially when it comes to the history and background of the United States as the setting of Victorious rpg's alternative Earth. An alternative Earth where heroes of 21 century have ported in & are adapting quite nicely to the Victorian era.
This isn't to say that these supers are adapting without rough patches or culture clash. Quite the opposite in point of fact where the supers are both the bane & boon of the Victorian New York City. Mike Stewart knows both his supers & his Victorian New York details in both broad strokes & small details citing everything from living conditions, street gangs, crime, and other adventure elements that make a campaign work. Manifest Destiny pulls the reader in & lays everything out in spades for the DM.
The historic Western United States is covered in equally broad strokes with special attention being paid to the various Native American Indanian tribes covered. Their history, culture, etc. is covered in quite nicely laid out details. But the various Native American nations are given their current standing in the world of Victorious. And this has been done in a way that makes the Native American tribes a viable adventure option.