Warlord Games is heading to the lands of sci-fi and WWII in this set of releases and pre-orders. They've got some new Beyond the Gates of Antares kits, as well as some Blood Red Skies and Cruel Seas. Have yourself a look-see.
The Askar of ancient times lived in hive-like cities called congregates with a number of sister-hives forming a Congregation: the closest thing among the Askar to a nation or planetary state.
Although the Askar were then divided over many thousands of worlds, they retained a sense of universal identity which they called the Congregation of Askar.
It is not known whether the Askars of today derive from a number of worlds – and hence a number of distinct Congregations – or a single planet. Either way, this does not stop bands of Askar taking opposing sides when employed to do so; certain bands are known to be close and even bitter rivals.
The M50 heavy support series is a variant of the M25, which it closely resembles differing chiefly in its specialist weapon fit. It is designed to carry a heavy X-Howitzer or Mag Mortar together with a quantity of ammunition.
Featuring FREE decals for one of the more famous fighter squadrons of the Battle Of Britain this set gives you all you need to field the specialised Boulton Paul Defiant in your games of Blood Red Skies!
Featuring the French ACE Pierre Closterman and FREE decals for his No.341 Squadron, the RAF receive the latest Spitfire Mk IX.
Featuring FREE decals for perhaps one of the most famous night fighter squadrons in the RAF this set gives you all you need to field a Beaufighter squadron along with the highest scoring ACE on this type… ‘Bob’ Braham
French ACE Pierre Closterman is back in a freshly painted Spitfire Mk IX with decals for his new squadron, No.609. Plus the new Spitfire Mk IX squadron gets the FREE D-Day stripe decals ready for invasion!
The Flower-class corvette (also known as the Gladiolus class after the lead ship) was a British class ship used to escort Allied convoys and act as an anti-submarine vessel during the Battle of the Atlantic.
The Aichi D3A ‘Val’ was a carrier-borne dive bomber and was the primary dive bomber of the Imperial Japanese Navy and was involved in most major naval activities, including the Pearl Harbour attack. Being the first Japanese craft to bomb US targets, the Aichi D3A ‘Val’ sank more allied ships than any other Axis aircraft throughout the war.