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Frostgrave Second Edition

07/08/2020
We being this flipthrough of Frostgrave Second Edition with a disclaimer – we’re not going to tell you much about Frostgrave, we’re going to focus on the changes between this edition and the 2015 first edition. If Frostgrave is new to you check out our article from the July 2015 issue of Wargames Illustrated magazine, which will give you a...
  • Perry Miniatures: Afghan Tribesmen

    We have got our grubby mitts on a couple of ‘test shots’ of the forthcoming Afghan/NW Frontier Tribesmen from Perry Miniatures. There are still a few details to iron out e.g. the trigger guards on some of the rifles, but this long awaited box set is now pretty much ready to roll. Please note: We are showing these figures rough,...
  • Oathmark: Battlesworn

    In this video we are going to be flipping through Oathmark: Battlesworn, the new supplement from Osprey Games for their mass fantasy battle game Oathmark: Battles of the Lost Age. Oathmark itself is still a very new game, only released in April 2020. It is a traditional fantasy setting featuring armies of men, dwarves, elves and goblins. Howerver Oathmark stand...
  • Artizan Designs: Northern Alliance Militia

    This set of 28mm Steampunk soldiers form part of Artizan Designs’ ‘Victorian Science Fiction’ range. For sale singly at £3.00 each. Although collectively they may look as if they could pass for late 19th or early 20th Century Russians or Slavs, on closer inspection their fantastical rifles and goggles place them firmly in the realm of Victorian Sci-Fi. Sporting impressive...
  • Renedra: Ramshackle House

    Great word isn’t it, ramshackle. Apparently it’s got nothing to do with rams or shackles, but is derived from ransack. It first appeared in a copy of the weekly journal Forest and Stream in 1830. Anyway, I digress. This 28mm Ramshackle House is the sixteenth model in Renedra’s range of flat-pack plastic buildings, and like the Ramshackle Barn, Weather Board Church,...

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