SPQR lets players create battles between various ancient races. Warlord Games is letting you fill out your forces some more with Germania and Parthian figure kits. Hmm, Germania, I wonder if one of my ancestors is in that group.Discuss
Hmm, well, this is different. I'm used to having to not show figures from someone like Brother Vinni because they're NSFW, but it's been a while since I've had to do that for Warlord Games (these new Gaul Skyclad aren't their first nude figures ever). But you can pick them up, along with other Tribesmen, as well as some figures for the Numidian forces for SPQR now over in their webshop.Discuss
SPQR is the upcoming historical miniatures game from Warlord Games. As one would expect with that title, it's based around ancient Rome and the various forces they fought against. And Warlord Games has started taking orders for the first forces. They're the Romans (naturally) and they have the gaul to be taking orders for Gaul. Yes, that joke was worth it. Anyway, you can get the digital rulebook and these various forces in the Warlord Games webshop now.Discuss
Warlord Games has a new game on the horizon. It's SPQR, a new set of rules for fighting with warbands in ancient times. They have started taking pre-orders for the rulebook, as well as a new 2-player starter set.
Also thrown into the mix today is a new piece for the Germans in Bolt Action. Because you can never have enough Bolt Action when it comes to Warlord Games.