Alien Dungeon and Architects of War distribution news for UK and Europe

By Polar_Bear
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Oct 13th, 2012
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Alien Dungeon and Architects of War are now being exclusively distributed throughout the UK and Europe by North Star Military Miniatures.

We are very pleased to announce that Alien Dungeon & Architects of War has a new exclusive distribution partner for the UK and Europe. We have liked Nick Eyre for quite a while and are excited for his company, North Star Military Miniatures, to take over the reigns as our exclusive distributor for sales outside North America.

North Star has some of our product in stock and we are rushing to get new releases to him. These include our popular new American Frontier range and our Dark Age range, which has been particularly well received by SAGA enthusiasts.

We have been receiving an increasing number of trade and customer inquiries about our range from customers throughout Europe in particular over the last several months and are very confident that Nick’s crew will provide you with excellent customer service.

You can always visit our own web site and for North American Trade inquiries please contact us at:

North Star Trade Inquiries – Contact Mark Wheatley 0115 978 6656

Alien Dungeon & Architects of War Trade Inquiries – Contact Drew Cremeans at 425-894-0928 or email: [email protected] or [email protected]

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  • Citizen Sade

    Will North Star be distributing the product from the Fanticide Kickstarter in Europe?

  • AlienDungeon

    The Kickstarter items will be shipped out directly from our facilities. Books are due in this week from the printer!!

  • Citizen Sade

    The downside with that approach is that everyone who’s package is worth more than £15 will get hit with VAT plus a handling charge from the courier (£8 in the case of the Royal Mail). A bulk shipment to North Star, if it were possible, should result in cheaper overall transport costs into Europe and no handling charge annoyance for customers. Worth thinking about?