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    Dec 16th, 2009
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    Privateer Press has confirmed that their next set of Light Warjack releases for Warmachine will be plastic kits. Unlike the Heavy Warjacks these kits appear to only make a single Warjack.

    From their announcement:

    Included in this lineup will be our new plastic Light Warjacks featuring the Cygnar Firefly, Protectorate of Menoth Vigilant, and Cryx Ripjaw.

    Cygnar Firefly Light Warjack (1 Plastic Model) MSRP $18.99
    Crackling with galvanic energy and unleashing blasts of lethal bolts of electricity to arc through the enemy, the Firefly is among the most advanced warjacks stalking the battlefields of western Immoren today. Its devastating electrical weaponry can fry its enemies to a crisp, leaving the air heavy with the scent of ozone. In addition to its actual weaponry, the Firefly incorporates an advanced mechanikally augmented conducting element into that allows stormsmiths to integrate the ’jack in their stormcalling. A player may field any number of Firefly light warjacks in a Cygnar army.

    Cryx Ripjaw Bonejacks (2 Plastic Models) MSRP $19.99
    The Ripjaw’s pincer-like jaws are used to hold its victims in place while its bone saw cuts them into mangled and unidentifiable bits. Necrotechs take particular delight in using the Ripsaw, as its victims are left in pieces easily utilized in their gory fabrications. In spite of its lethal armaments, the Ripjaw’s most dangerous weapon is its arc node. Quick and agile like its brethren, the Ripjaw ultimately serves to carry its masters’ dark will to the enemies of Cryx. This box contains parts necessary to assemble two Ripjaw bonejack plastic models. A player may field any number of Ripjaw bonejacks in a Cryx army.

    Protectorate Vigilant Light Warjack (1 Plastic Model) MSRP $18.99
    The Vigilant’s twin fist-mounted shields make it an incredibly durable light warjack. The tremendous area covered by its towering shields provides nearly unassailable shelter from even the most devastating of enemy artillery fire. Warcasters favor the Vigilant for its great utility, not only is it like a small, mobile battlement but since it carries no weapons its hands are free to hurl enemy combatants about like ragdolls. The ‘jack’s unsophisticated weaponry and cortex make it easy and inexpensive to manufacture, ensuring its place among the Menite crusaders for years to come. A player may field any number of Vigilant light warjacks in a Protectorate of Menoth army.


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    By tgn_admin
    In News
    Dec 15th, 2009
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    Asmodee US is offering a chance for five lucky TGN readers, in North America, to win a copy of the Claustrophobia board game.

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    By tgn_admin
    In Sci-fi
    Dec 15th, 2009
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    Dream Pod 9 have added their December releases to their online store.

    From their website:


    The Dream Pod 9 December Releases are now available to order on the DP9 Online Store. During the holidays we will be moving our weekly shipping to Wednesdays starting this week on December 16th, the new December Releases will start shipping on the 23rd and our last shipping of the year will be on the 30th. We’ll then return to our regular Friday shipping on January 8th.

    New Heavy Gear Blitz products for December include the South Hetairoi Hovertank (DP9-9163, 1 resin mini with extra weapon and extra parts and datacard, $34.95) shown here with the HPLC option weapon, Dragon Strider and Python Gear. The South Naga Strider Custom Pack, which was first announce as the Black Talon Dark Naga Pack (DP9-9140, 1 pewter mini with extra customization parts to make either the Naga, Long Fang Naga, Command Naga or Dark Naga, extra weapons and datacard, $34.95). New boxsets for the Black Talon Primary Insertion Team (DP9-9169, boxset of 4 minis, $46.95) and the CEF Interdiction Frame Squad (DP9-9168, boxset of 4 minis, $55.95), click to see the DP9-9169 boxback or DP9-9168 boxback to checkout their contents.

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    By tgn_admin
    In Accessories
    Dec 15th, 2009
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    KR Multicase have sent along details of their show schedule as well as some new retail locations.

    From their announcement:

    We won’t be able to make it in person for Scotland’s Christmas Fair on the 19th & 20th December show in Glasgow, but Central Wargaming will be there and carry a selection of the range of KR Multicase, trays and accessories on their stand (No. 9).
    The show is at the Strathclyde Suite, Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow. Pre-orders are welcome at :[email protected]

    Central Wargaming stock the KR range and will carry them at many of the shows in the north from 2010 onwards, our shows page will be updated to reflect this soon.

    We have also added 6 new retailers to our Store Locator.
    They are:

    • Asgaard Games, Denmark
    • Firestorm Games, Cardiff
    • Solent Wargames, Southsea (Portsmouth)
    • Wargames Emporium, Sheffield
    • Wayland Games, Southend
    • Witch Engine, Yeovil

    By tgn_admin
    In Modern
    Dec 15th, 2009
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    Mutineer Miniatures is stocking the Flashpoint Miniatures Vietnam and Modern 15mm ranges.

    From their announcement:

    We are extremely pleased to annouce that we will be stocking the Flashpoint Vietnam and modern 15mm range of figures at the Residency. We will supply to UK and Europe and of course selling these lovely figures at the shows we attend.

    Flashpoint Vietnam
    Flashpoint Miniatures is a division of Siege Works Studios Pty Ltd which is an Australian games company based in Brisbane in the state of Queensland.They specialize in fine 15mm scale military figurines with a current focus on modern conflicts (Post World War 2) including but not limited to the Vietnam War and Middle East conflicts. Comprising of a small group of designers and innovative thinkers we have established the foundation of a constantly evolving project that in time will develop to encompass a much wider range of periods, interests and hobby options for the modern war gamer.

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    By tgn_admin
    In News
    Dec 15th, 2009
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    Pinnacle Entertainment have posted the final version of their Savage Worlds Showdown miniatures rules for download.

    From their announcement:?

    You took October’s Showdown: Alpha rules for as rough a test drive as anyone could hope for—just like we knew you would. We buffed out the dents and dings, and the new Showdown: Miniatures Battles for All Genres is ready to go.

    Visit the Downloads page for the Showdown Rules, the Showdown Troop Builder, and Rumble in the Jungle today. Fill your holidays with miniatures battles instead of fighting over the last gingerbread man. Better yet, have your orcs and tanks fight over the last gingerbread man for you.

    By tgn_admin
    In Sci-fi
    Dec 15th, 2009
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    Amarillo Design Bureau has sent details of their 2010 release schedule.

    From their announcement:

    February 2010

    • Federation Commander Booster Pack #92, SKU 4292, $9.95
    • ISC Battleship, Starline 2400 miniature, SKU 1344, $11.95
    • Andromedan Terminator, Starline 2400 miniature, SKU 1006, $5.95
    • Federation DDG and DDL Destroyers, Starline 2400 miniatures, SKU 0228, $14.95 (Metal versions of the plastic destroyer)
    • Federation Scout and DDF Destroyer, Starline 2400 miniatures, SKU 0227, $14.95
    • Juggernaut, Starline 2400 miniature, SKU 0080, $29.95
    • Starmada Rules Annex, SKU 6125, $12.95 (We distribute this for Majestic 12 Games, which has previously sold this book only as a PDF)

    March 2010

    • Romulan Armada, SKU 6102, $16.95 (second in the series, see Klingon Armada SKU 6101)

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    By tgn_admin
    In Fantasy
    Dec 15th, 2009
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    Reaper Miniatures have added several new figures to their online store today. All prices are in US$.

    Special Edition Figures

    • 01427: Platypod, Platypus Mage by Jason Wiebe ($12.79)

    Dark Heaven Legends

    • 03457: Dragonman Conversion Kit by Various ($10.99)
    • 03461: Goldar the Barbarian by Matt Gubser ($5.99)
    • 03463: Golanth, Half Dragon Warrior by Julie Guthrie ($6.79)

    Master Series Brush

    • 08608: 40/0 Brush ($9.99)

    Warlord

    • 14566: Razig’s Revenge – Salty Saber by Gene Van Horne ($3.99)
    • 14569: Goblin Shaman by Bobby Jackson ($4.99)
    • 14570: Dark Elf Warrior by Bobby Jackson ($4.99)

    Chronoscope

    • 50128: Krissy, Modern Witch by Bob Ridolfi ($4.99)
    • 50129: Illyrian Scout by Patrick Keith ($3.99)
    By tgn_admin
    In 40K
    Dec 15th, 2009
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    By tgn_admin
    In News
    Dec 15th, 2009
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    Brigade Games have added a pack of five Atomic Cafe 1957 Runner Zombies to their online store. The figures were sculpted by Paul Hicks and the pack is available for $15.00.

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    By tgn_admin
    In News
    Dec 15th, 2009
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    The last round of voting in the Lead Adventure Forum Build Something Contest has started.

    From their announcement:

    The first LAF ‘Build Something Contest’ has now entered the final voting.

    Two entries from each of the first round groups have progressed to the Final and comprise two boats, a submarine, an armoured car, two tanks, a flyer and a spacecraft. The excellent entries make choosing just two a difficult decision.

    To cast your 2 votes go to http://www.lead-adventure.de/index.php?topic=14979.0. Voting ends at 1159 hours GMT on 20 December.

    To see how the entries were built and how they did in the first round look here http://www.lead-adventure.de/index.php?board=48.0.

    By tgn_admin
    In 40K
    Dec 15th, 2009
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    Forge World have posted preview pages from the upcoming Imperial Armour Apocalypse II book as well as the first piece of their Xmas Mystery preview.

    From their announcement:

    Imperial Armour Apocalypse II
    Today I have the first preview of our latest book, Imperial Armour Apocalypse II. This is a brand new supplement, featuring no fewer than 46 new datasheets for legendary vehicles and battle formations, bringing together all our recent releases and some brand new models as well. It also features some updated sheets from the first book, hints and tips, optional rules for your games, and five new Apocalypse Missions for you to play. The book is lavishly illustrated with some fantastic colour photographs of our models. This book supplements our first Imperial Armour Apocalypse book, which is still available and should help you get the most out of your Forge World models in your games of Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer 40,000 Apocalypse.

    We’ll have full details of the book for you next week, when hopefully the book will also be available to order, but meanwhile here are a few preview pages.

    Special Mystery Preview
    With Christmas getting close we thought we’d put together one of our ever-popular mystery jigsaw previews of a forthcoming model for you. You can see the first of our three part preview picture here. All I can tell you is it’s a new special character for the forthcoming Imperial Armour Volume 8, so you’ll just have to guess what it is. Lookout for more pieces of the jigsaw in our newsletters leading up to Christmas.

    By tgn_admin
    In News
    Dec 15th, 2009
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    Black Hat Miniatures have added several new Coat D’arms paint triads.

    From their announcement:

    We have the following new triads developed for us by Steve Dean:

    • Triad 12 – Olive Green
    • Triad 13 – Bone
    • Triad 14 – Light Brown
    • Triad 15 – Mid Blue
    • Triad 16 – Mid- Grey
    • Triad 17 – Stone
    • Triad 18 – Grass Green
    • Triad 19 – Dark Red
    • Triad 20 – Dark Grey
    • Triad 21 – Goblin Green
    • Triad 22 – Silver
    • Triad 23 – Faded Khaki
    • Triad 24 – Wood Brown
    • Triad 25 – Bronze

    These are now available in our shop, contain 3 Coat D’arms paints and retail for £5.00

    By tgn_admin
    In Sci-fi
    Dec 15th, 2009
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    Dark Art Miniatures have released the beta rules for Brutal, their post-apocalyptic gladiatorial combat game.

    From their announcement:

    Brutal has opened its grungy arena doors to the viewing public. That’s right. We have finally released our Beta rule-set for Brutal along with this website dedicated to the brutal sport. Now you can fight in a battle of wits, cunning and courage as you let the crowd decide your fate.

    We are giving out a free limited edition t-shirt to the first 25 customers that purchase our special ‘Brutal game-pack deal’

    We would greatly appreciate any support and we would love to hear your views regarding this Beta version at our forums. Thanks for your interest.

    By tgn_admin
    In Historical
    Dec 15th, 2009
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    special2009.jpgThe TooFatLardies 2009 Christmas Special is now available from their online store.

    From their announcement:
    The TooFatLardies 2009 Christmas Special is now available, 123 page pdf packed with rules, gaming ideas and scenarios for just £5. The full contents is as follows:

    • The Camden Campaign – An AWI campaign for Sharp Practice and Tea Taxes & Tories from Chris Stoesen.
    • Bocage Bustin’ – Dave “The Colonel” Parker looks at US tactics for dealing with the bocage for TW&T and IABSM
    • The Game to End All Games – Max Maxwell looks at ideas for solo games with Through the Mud and the Blood
    • I Wish to Amuse the Fleet with a Signal – Nick looks at Command and Control in Kiss Me Hardy
    • Bag the Hun Walkthrough – Squadron Leader Johnny Danger takes us on a step by step walkthrough of Bag the Hun 2
    • Get Your Frickin’ Tentacle Out of my Face – Sci-Fi variant for IABSM from Robert Avery
    • The Laziest TW&T of All – More rule ideas from Fightin’ Joe Legan
    • Allan Watermain and the Tomb of the Prophet – Pulp adventure scenario for M&B
    • The Second Seminole War – A guide to this war with Sharp Practice from Mark Luther
    • Two Men of Talavera – A Le Feu Sacre III scenario for the Peninsular
    • The Defence of Crap Island – A Japanese amphibious landing scenario for the Pacific from Robert Avery
    • Thanks Heavens for Fellatio! – Captain Fellatio Lawnmower RN mounts a cutting out raid on some dastardly pirates with Sharp Practice
    • Rating Commanders for TCHAE – Brian Weathersby looks at the leadership in the ACW
    • Revenge at Camp El Juba – An If the Lord Spares Us scenario in Messpots.
    • Heroes of the Hearthrug – An overview of the author of Carpet Campaign’s life.
    • Carpet Campaigns – A 1910 rule set for toy soldier battles
    • The Savio River Crossing – A TW&T VC action from Tod Creasey
    • Una, Grande y Libre – A Triumph of the Will scenario from Mack Smackswell
    • Escape from the `Joy – A 1920 Irish Prison Break for Mud & Blood
    • Taking Command – Tom “the Hoffmeister” Hoff presents ideas for a battalion level version of IABSM
    • Totensontag – A desert war scenario for IABSM from Robert Avery
    • Strike Wing – A Bag the Hun scenario as Johnny Danger and chums take on some coastal shipping

    By tgn_admin
    In Fantasy
    Dec 15th, 2009
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    LivingDice.com is reporting that Bastion have released an online army builder for Ex illis.

    From their website:

    Ex-Illis, Bastion Studio’s software-driven miniature war game has added an army builder to their website. I initially logged in to my account to get the Mac software package and discovered I could muster my units into different configurations and there have been some interface improvements. I thought I would share images of the mustering system and my thoughts on the new features.

    By tgn_admin
    In Sci-fi
    Dec 15th, 2009
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    Brigade Models have added more 6mm sci-fi Company Packs to their online store.

    From their website:

    Our continued upgrading of our moulds has allowed us to release several more Company Packs in the 6mm SF range. These are complete units of armour, infantry, artillery etc, ideal for Iron Cow or Future Wars Commander games. And they’re very good value too, at around 10% off the individual model prices.

    By tgn_admin
    In Horror
    Dec 14th, 2009
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    Pardulon Models have added a pack of five resin rat swarms to their online store.

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    From their website:

    These rat swarms can be arranged in a variety of ways to form one large swarm, or attack a miniature. Depending on arrangement, these rats can cover an area of about 7×9 cm.

    They were sculpted and painted by Karsten “Vikotnik” Radzinski for his award-winning Nosferatu game.

    By tgn_admin
    In Fantasy
    Dec 14th, 2009
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    Otherworld Miniatures have posted photos of the greens of four upcoming Centaur miniatures. All of these minis are expected to be released on January 20th, 2010.

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    By tgn_admin
    In Board Games
    Dec 14th, 2009
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    The Claustrophobia website has posted a new scenario for the Hell Dorado based fantasy boardgame.

    From their website:?

    “Lost!” is the first Claustrophobia scenario written for the blog. It was written by Philippe Villé and offers a new take on the game. But take note: only the demon player should read it.

    It can be played again afterward, but it’s somewhat less fun. You’ve been warned …

    By tgn_admin
    In Fantasy
    Dec 14th, 2009
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    On The Lamb Games are coming out with a new tabletop miniature game and have sent a preview of one of the first figures for the game.

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    From their announcement:

    On The Lamb Games is proud to unveil our next project, “Brushfire – Historia Rodentia,” a miniature wargame. We are currently planning for a Q1 2011 release of the rulebook, but we will begin releasing miniatures starting next month.

    And pictured above is the first one of many; Badger-At-Claw, designed by Jon Galvin and sculpted by Leandro Ventic.

    More information soon.

    By tgn_admin
    In News
    Dec 14th, 2009
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    Two new Incoming! miniature review vidcasts have been posted.

    From their announcement:

    A little late this week, but the latest Incoming. Video Podcasts have been published.

    On the historical show, I feature new releases from TB Line, Galloping Major, Musketeer Miniatures and Immotral Miniatures, amongst others.

    Meanwhile, on the Sci-Fi & Fantasy show features figures by Brigade Games, Dark Sword Miniatures, Enigma Fantasy Miniatures and Scibor Monstrous Miniatures…

    You can view the shows at the Meeples & Miniatures website, on YouTube, and they will be shortly available from iTunes.

    By tgn_admin
    In News
    Dec 14th, 2009
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    Issue 68 of the Society of Twentieth Century Wargamers’ Journal is now available.

    From their announcement:

    Journal 68 has begun distribution. Mark Wheeler is hoping to have the entire print run in the post by Friday18/12, so with luck everyone should still get their copy before Christmas depending on the mail.

    J68 is fatter than usual, with a bumper 64 packed pages. The main reason for this is our return to the “themed issue” format so I could publish Alan Hamilton’s excellent Iraq ’41 stuff all in one place. I honestly feel to have split up this collection of articles and scenarios would not have been right, so petitioned Mark Wheeler our esteemed treasurer to have some extra pages in this issue, to allow me a little flexibility in providing a mix of stuff for the rest of the magazine.

    For the rest of this issue you get – A scenario set in Afghanistan 2006, another set in Vietnam 1968; an interesting idea on WWI trench raids by the Toofatlardies, Richard Clarke; we finish off with some airwar scenarios involving Germany’s Eastern Front allies (with no less than six (6) different actions.). So if your counting, including Alan’s Iraq’41 stuff, that’s twelve tabletop scenarios covering 1917 – 2006, not bad I think you’ll agree.

    On top of these we have a selection of interesting articles on subjects as varied as – US Naval crews at Vera Cruz, Mexico in 1914; Converting Plastic Figures and an account of service in Somalia with 1st Battalion, Royal Australian Army in 1993, a walk around the Troupes de Marine museum in Frejus, France and some more naval stuff off that stalwart Rob Morgan; plus all the usual review columns too.

    Can I take this opportunity to thank everyone who has contributed to The Journal throughout this year and wish every member a Merry Christmas and peaceful New Year, Felix Navidad – Richard B.

    By tgn_admin
    In Fantasy
    Dec 14th, 2009
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    Eolith Miniatures’ December Sale is ending soon.

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    From their announcement:

    Well, if you’ve any plans to take a look at the Eolith December Sale, now is the time. Significant savings on nearly everything.

    It will end on Thursday morning when I update the site and return all the prices to normal.

    By tgn_admin
    In News
    Dec 14th, 2009
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    The Ancible Magazine is accepting pre-orders for their second issue.

    From their announcement:

    Pre-orders for Issue 2 and subscriptions starting Issue 2 are available on The Ancible Store.

    Issue 2 will be shipping 2nd week in January 2010 (Not that far away) to subscribers and distributers.

    Content for issue 2 include

    • Review of Martian Empires
    • Brief Intro to Exillis
    • Part 1 of a massive Conan Adventure
    • Review of Malifaux with Battle report
    • and lots more besides

    More details will be available on The Ancible web site shortly

    By tgn_admin
    In News
    Dec 14th, 2009
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    Wyrd Miniatures have added several new figures to their online store.

    By tgn_admin
    In Fantasy
    Dec 14th, 2009
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    In Fantasy
    Dec 14th, 2009
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    Privateer Press have posted a preview of the Mercenary Rutger Shaw figure for Warmachine.

    From their website:

    Rutger Shaw enlisted in the Cygnaran Army as a young man and trained as a trencher, demonstrating a unique knack for marshaling warjacks as well as skill with a blade. Military service and long years of battle hardened him, even as his conscience chafed at fighting at the whim of callous officers. He opted out and turned sell-sword, spending recent years travelling the Iron Kingdoms guided by his taste for adventure and coin.

    Rutger Shaw comes in a blister (PIP 41075). A player may field one Rutger Shaw in a Mercenary or faction army.

    By tgn_admin
    In News
    Dec 14th, 2009
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    product_1503212b.jpgSmart Max have released several new 54mm Smog figures and have also posted several new previews.

    New releases
    Nibaba
    Her summoned Golem
    Cyclomaton MkII

    Previews
    Street-bot-willie-Mau for Mauser Earth
    Reverend Dudley for Smog 1888

    By tgn_admin
    In Fantasy
    Dec 14th, 2009
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    Baelor Miniatures and Armorcast are releasing a variant of the Stormwulf War Beast miniature.

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    From their announcement:

    Baelor Miniatures and Armorcast are proud to release the Stormwulf War Beast. For those of you following along at home, this is the same war beast body [shown here a few weeks ago] with a wolf tail instead of the original tail.

    The body is resin and the tail is metal.Height is 36 mm and approx. 95 mm long.

    By tgn_admin
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    Dec 14th, 2009
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    Solway Crafts and Miniatures are reporting that the release date for their The Gathering Storm expansion to the 1938 A Very British Civil War rules will be released on January 23rd, 2010 and that pre-orders will ship on January 10th.

    By tgn_admin
    In News
    Dec 14th, 2009
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    Redoubt Enterprises is now accepting Paypal for payment on orders of their historical miniatures.

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    In Historical
    Dec 14th, 2009
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    Perry Miniatures have posted photos of some upcoming 28mm War of the Roses Field Guns. No word on a release date or pricing for these figures.

    By tgn_admin
    In Terrain
    Dec 13th, 2009
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    gallery-observation-tower-v2-tgn.jpgDave Graffam Models have released an updated Observation Tower cardstock terrain set.

    From their announcement:
    This new piece of science fiction wargame scenery is now available for just $3.95 from Ecardmodels, Wargame Vault, DriveThruRPG and RPGNow. The Observation Tower (V2) features multi-layered PDFs offering a variety of appearances, and extra-heavy weathering and battle damage effects. You’ll find color options that make this model suitable for all sorts of environments: urban, jungle, rocky, desert, arctic, space stations and more. It’s a great addition to your wargame table or roleplaying adventures. The 3D external features on this model are perfectly compatible with the Outpost and the classic Observation Tower models also available from Dave Graffam Models (www.DavesGames.net), and you can use the slightly-overhanging roof pieces from those earlier models to replace the flush roof piece featured on the V2 tower.

    My 30mm papercraft models are quick and easy to assemble, requiring only a few sheets of cardstock, a sharp hobby knife and ordinary paper glue. Full instructions are provided, as well as tips for printing at other popular gaming scales. Multi-layered PDF papercraft models can be printed several times, each with a unique appearance, giving you a great value. Be sure to visit DavesGames.net to see my entire collection of papercraft models for fantasy, medieval and science fiction hobby games.

    By tgn_admin
    In Historical
    Dec 13th, 2009
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    Testudo_Tannenberg_PTA5_Grand_Duke_of_Lituan.jpgTestudo Miniatures’ range of figures are once again available for sale.

    From their announcement:

    Testudo Miniatures is back in business. Please feel free to look at our 15mm and 28mm figures covering several historical eras.

    Giuseppe Rava-Testudo