Maelstrom Games have released the first products in their Templar’s Forge gaming accessories range.
From their announcement:
In development for well over a year, in production for a fair while less than that and in the final stages of release for far too long, Maelstrom Games’ very own hobby and accessories range – Templar’s Forge – has finally borne its first fruit, in the rather eclectic shape of three ranges of templates for Fantasy, Steam Fantasy and World War II 1/100th scale wargaming and even our own Maelstrom dice.
Yes, you read that right – our very own range of hobby and accessory products. Our aim is simple: to create high quality accessories and hobby products for the discerning wargamer, be they bases, templates, counters, dice, movement trays, objective markers, scenery… and who knows what else. Whatever we think that will improve your life as a wargamer, really. We have major plans, so watch this space – there should be releases every month.
The first products we have for you are a range of Fantasy, Steam Fantasy and World War II 1/100th Scale templates to ensure your wargames can run smoothly and without argument, for they are incredibly accurate and lovingly designed by wargamers for wargamers. They’re eminently useful and innovative as well as being very nice to look at and, further, some of these templates have never been seen in any form anywhere in the world, so you are now looking at some pretty unique stuff to enhance your wargaming experience (I think we may have to trademark that phrase…).
As stated earlier in this missive, there’s plenty more to come. In July we’ll have our first World War II 1/100 Scale objective markers that will cover the early war period for the British, the French, the Germans (both in France and Poland) and the Polish. Later on in the year there will be some Steam Fantasy objective markers and buildings, more templates, counters, markers and so forth and – to be blunt – lots of other fantastically cool stuff.
Suffice to say, your wargaming life has just been improved. Watch out for more updates over the next few weeks.