With the Luftwaffe straffing down from overhead, the Allies at Dunkirk had to make a hasty retreat, getting onto whatever could float to try and leave the continent and escape to Britain. In this scenario for Cruel Seas, that intense escape is played out on your tabletops. Interconnected with the other scenarios posted for Bolt Action and Blood Red Skies, it's a multi-game event.
Cruel Seas puts players in control of many of the smaller ships that fought during WWII. Sure, there were battleships, destroyers, and aircraft carriers around, but many harrowing battles were fought by the smaller patrol boats and other light craft. A new book is coming out soon for the game called Close Quarters and it'll make this small-craft fighting get even more close.
This time of year, many people take a bit of a vacation. That means lots of chances to get some gaming in. Warlord Games is here to help out with some new free downloadable supplements for Blood Red Skies, Cruel Seas, Hail Caesar, and Black Seas. Head on over and check them out.
Submarines. The silent killer of the seas. In Cruel Seas, they can be a real game-changer, pretty much literally. In this article, Warlord Games takes a look over their use in the game as well as comparing between the German and English subs, arguably the two best types during the war.
Firmly entrenched in WWII are the posts from Warlord Games today. They're talking about the IJN No. 1-Class Fast Transport T6 for the Japanese Navy over in Cruel Seas. Then, for Bolt Action, they've got a couple sets of Hungarian Anti-Tank kits for you. On the land or on the sea, there's something for you to check out. Let's have a look.
As usual, Warlord Games isn't good for just one release, or two, every week. They've got a whole bunch, and for a bunch of different games. There's some of the new Bolt Action: Korea line. There's new Konflikt '47 if you want some Weird War II. There's Cruel Seas if you want maritime non-Weird War II. And they round things off with Ancients in Hail Caesar.
Definitely a couple of different eras on display here today from Warlord Games. There's some new Cruel Seas figures, letting you up-gun your fleets a bit. Then there's some Hail Caesar figures, the Achaeans, for whom, slings and javelins were pretty far ahead in the technology department, along with the early Libyan chariot figure. Let's take a closer look.
There's a new landing craft and Amphibious Assault Rules available from Warlord Games... though they're for two different games. Yeah, odd coincidence, but here we are. The new landing craft is for Cruel Seas and will be out later this month, while the Amphibious rules are for Bolt Action and you can get those now. They're still worth checking out, though.
A new ship will be steaming its way into the waters of Cruel Seas soon. It's the Imperial Japanese Navy IJN No. 101-class landing ship. It'll will be coming out in June, but Warlord Games is giving you a look at it now.
It's some regular WWII and some alternate-history WWII that Warlord Games has for you this week. There's a new walker for Konflikt '47 and then a group of new boats for your Cruel Seas games. Let's dig on in and see what we have.
It's all WWII today for Warlord Games' releases. There's new kits for Cruel Seas, Blood Red Skies, and Bolt Action for you to order (or pre-order in some cases). So, whether you like your 1940s action on the ocean, in the sky, or on the land, you've got your options laid out for you.
Whether you like your WWII miniatures games up in the air, down on the waves, or a little weird, there's something for you this week from Warlord Games. They've got a whole bunch of new squadrons for Blood Red Skies. Theres's a new ship for German fleets in Cruel Seas. Finally, there's a pair of Konflikt '47 kits you can pick up now. Let's take a look at each.
There's just a bit of everything going on from Warlord Games today. There's new pre-orders for Strontium Dog. There's new Blood Red Skies squadrons for you to pick up. Keeping with the WWII theme, there's some Cruel Seas. More WWII, but Weird War II, there's new German heads for Konflikt '47. And there's even new Hail Caesar sets. Seriously, like I said, it's a bit of everything.
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Yes, I know, posting window. Post content goes here. But Monday just feels extra Monday-like today. I hope this isn't indicative of how the rest of the week will go.
Maybe some cool terrain will cheer me up some. It's worth a try, anyway.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Cruel Seas Lighthouses + Plume Packs and New Hive City Ventilation Shaft Available From Tabletop Scenics.
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.
Warlord Games has some new Alternate-History WWII stuff as well as some Actual-History WWII stuff for you this week. There's two new pieces of artillery for Konflikt '47, as well as some new new fighter squadrons and weapon packs for Cruel Seas.
Warlord Games has quite a lot of new releases that they've posted up on their website. If you're looking for some new Hail Caesar, Bolt Action, or Cruel Seas (of which there's a whole bunch this time around), then you'll want to check out all the new kits.
The folks at Warlord Games are ending the year with a look ahead to next. Their latest WWII games, Blood Red Skies and Cruel Seas are getting some new releases starting in January. If you're looking to add some planes or some ships to your collections, you can get your name on the list now and be the first gamer on your block with these figures when they're released.
Cruel Seas players are getting more ships coming in the new year. Warlord Games is showing off both a Russian and an Italian fleet that will be hitting stores in January 2019.
Cruel Seas takes players onto the smaller support ships that were just as vital to the cause of the war. Many times, those ships were escorting and targeting larger vessels, such as this Merchant Tanker that you can pick up now from Warlord Games.
Warlord Games only just announced their new naval battles game, Cruel Seas last week. They're now taking pre-orders for this new game over on their website, including various fleets so you can get started right away. Unlike other naval games that are fights between huge battleships and aircraft carriers, Cruel Seas focuses on the myrriad smaller craft that are also involved in warfare on the high seas.
Warlord Games is expanding their game line once more. This time, they're hitting the waves for Cruel Seas, a WWII naval combat game. Grab your torpedo boats and take your sea-sickness pills. It's anchors aweigh when pre-orders go live soon.