Sunday Snippets

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Jan 31st, 2016
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Sunday! Sunday! Sunday!
… is what day it is.
At least for me as I’m typing this, anyway.

But “fun with time zones” will have to wait, because right now we’ve got a couple of bite-sized stories to give you in our Sunday Snippets feature. So let’s get to it.

Today we have: Age of Tyrants Funds, Khurasan releases 1980s Motor Rifles support weapons, Another World Miniatures Releases Selene Redux Mini, Hero Lab Launches D&D 5th Edition SRD, and Polyversal Kickstarter now EU Friendly.

Age of Tyrants Funds

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We’ve unlocked quite a lot of stuff on the Kickstarter, just wondering if you could make some news articles regarding our most recent updates and unlocks?

One of the big bits of feedback we had was that people wanted something quick and easy to select for their pledge levels – John sat down and worked out, with Mark, some armies that would be great for getting started. We’ve also unlocked a whole load of Kickstarter Exclusive Heroes and also the CLAU units which were so popular in Urban War, this game’s predecessor.

Khurasan releases 1980s Motor Rifles support weapons

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We are very pleased to release the latest set of Soviets for our Late Cold War range, the support elements for a mid-late 1980s Motor Rifle platoon. Contained in the set are 23 figures plus some additional parts for their weapons:

— three PKM machine gun teams in three different pose-sets
— two AGS-17 teams
— one 120mm heavy mortar team
— one AT-7 ATGM team
— one MANPAD team with SA-14
— three squad member figures with RPG-18)

There’s also a motor rifle infantry deal — the above set plus the basic rifle platoon at a reduced price. Available now.

Another World Miniatures Releases Selene Redux Mini

The limited edition revisited version of SELENE, our best seller, is online!

Casted in highest quality resin version, limited edition of only 100 numbered exemplares!

Sculpted by Jarek Jazban, revisited by Kamil Milaniuk, box art by Simona Bordonaro.

Hero Lab Launches D&D 5th Edition SRD

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Lone Wolf Development, creator of the ENnie award-winning, tabletop gaming accessories Hero Lab® and Realm Works®, announced the release of D&D 5th Edition SRD support for their character management software – Hero Lab.

“Hero Lab is already the go-to character management tool for many RPGs, and the D&D 5th Edition SRD will be no different,” said President Rob Bowes. “Gamers can quickly create characters and even add their own material. Even better, DMs can build monsters, create NPCs, weave them into an encounter, and manage the combat – all in one convenient place. This level of support is unparalleled, and we’re thrilled to bring it to D&D.”

Hero Lab includes everything in the official SRD, such as races and their traits, character classes and class features, spells, equipment, magic items, and other character creation necessities. This initial release offers character creation support, and DM-specific tools, including all monsters and mechanics, will be incorporated throughout the month of February.

Hero Lab support for D&D 5th Edition SRD is available on Windows, Mac, and iPad. Current Hero Lab users can add it to their existing license for $20, while new users can purchase it for only $29.99. This price includes all the DM tools and access to community-created content.

Polyversal Kickstarter now EU Friendly

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Collins Epic Wargames has heard your comments and requests and made a few adjustments to their kickstarter. New rewards have been added, add-ons have been added, and, most importantly, certain rewards involving shipping are now EU friendly meaning customers in the EU can save significantly on shipping and avoid import duties.

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