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Ironwatch started as just a fan magazine for Mantic games. Now, they've got three releases of their own. The third one's just been announced. It's Tetra Firma and it's a new expansion for Kings of War. It's got a whole new setting in which you can play as well as 30 (yes, 30) new factions for you to pick from.

Hey there. We've all made it to Wednesday. Half the week's over. We've just got the other half to go. Granted, with how the wind's howling out there, we might just get blown to the weekend quicker.
But while I go tie my car to a tree and watch the neighborhood kids go sailing by, let's nosh on some bite-sized gaming stories.

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When you want to fill your whole day with gaming, there's little better than a gaming magazine. You can go over the articles and learn all sorts of insights into games you love, as well as tutorials on all manner of things, like terrain or tactics or painting your figures. They've usually got a bit of everything. Better yet when that magazine's free, as Ironwatch always has been. You can't beat that price. So go pick up your Issue 62 now.
Ironwatch might've started out as a fan magazine for Mantic's games, but they've since branched out. In this instance, they're announced their second miniatures game, Mawbeast Madness. You know those races where you see bunnies or tortoises or other non-standard-racing animals look to make it to the finish line? Think of that, but instead of cuddly rabbits, it's vicious mawbeasts, with goblins looking to prod them along. Yeah, that'll give you an idea of what you're in for.
To help entirely fill up your day with gaming, there's gaming magazines. After you've listened to the podcasts, caught up on the news, and checked out the video reviews, you can grab one of these and get some great tactical articles, or modelling articles, or some new scenarios. All sorts of stuff. And that's just what you'll find in Ironwatch Magazine Issue 61, which is available now.
With the release of Issue 60, Ironwatch Magazine celebrates 5 years of publication. That's quite an accomplishment. *sniffle* They grow up so fast!
When you're done checking out TGN for the day, what else can you do in order to fill up your day with gaming? How about picking up a gaming magazine. In this case, you can grab yourself a free copy of Ironwatch Magazine issue 59. It'll help tide you over. As always, it's filled with all things Mantic and is available for your downloading and reading pleasure.
The latest issue of Ironwatch magazine is available for your downloading and reading pleasure. If you want to catch up on all things Mantic, it's your source. And, I mean, it's also free. So why not fill up a bit more of your day with some of that gaming news you all so love?
Time once more to fill up your day with some extra gaming content. The folks over at Ironwatch have their latest issue (#57, for those keeping track at home) available for your downloading and reading pleasure.
Yes, Ironwatch has been around for more than just 1 year. But that means that some of those older issues might not be as easy to come across. Or maybe you'd like to have it all in one place. Well, they've gone and bundled them together in their first Annual, which you can get now.
So, while you're listening along to all those gaming podcasts (though I assume not all at once), you might need something for your eyes to do while taking a break from work. I'd suggest looking over the pages of Ironwatch issue 56, which is now available for your downloading and reading pleasure.
If you're like me, you practically fill your life with gaming (and cooking, but that's more me than I think most people). From checking out gaming websites to talking about gaming with friends to reading gaming magazines. One of those magazines you should check out is Ironwatch. They're right on top of things with releases, too. It's just barely into March, but their issue for this month is now available.
Ironwatch is more than just a fan-made magazine about Mantic's products. They already have one game under their belt, so they figured that they'd make themselves another. This time it's sci-fi instead of fantasy and space ships instead of gangs. Check out Quarantine.
We're about to head into the weekend. Many of you will be headed to weekend activities. Whether that's gaming or some other type of thing, you might find some extra time as you wait for others to show up. In that time, why not fill it by checking out the latest issue of Ironwatch magazine? Issue 54 is available now.
For those that want to fill up their entire day with gaming stuff, there's places like here on TGN, the podcasts that we'll be compiling together for you tomorrow, and gaming magazines. For those that are fans of Mantic's games, there's no better place to get extra info than Ironwatch. Now, the January issue is available for your downloading and reading pleasure.
Here in the South, it's usually a bit of a seesaw this time of year in terms of temperature. One day it's cold and rainy. The next it's not so bad out again. During those cold and rainy days, it's definitely nice to just stay in and read a gaming magazine. Thankfully, there's some new issues of those available. That includes issue 52 of Ironwatch, now available for your downloading and reading pleasure.
We're just getting started in a new month and the folks behind Ironwatch Magazine already have the new issue of their publication available for your downloading and reading pleasure. Pretty handy. Just don't forget to send in your rent check because you were busy finding out about all the good stuff within.
It was actually cold enough out yesterday that I put on my slippers for the first time this season. A friend of mine has their heat out. He lives in Denver. It was 39 degrees the other day. Sounds like a great time to curl up by the fireplace and read a gaming magazine while under a big, fluffy blanket. And Ironwatch Issue 50 is now available for your downloading and reading pleasure.
From time to time, some gamers love to really go out and have a big game of their favorite minis game. We used to do it back in the day when I played 40k a lot. We'd push a whole bunch of tables together and just go at it. Well, a group of gamers did that with Kings of War, getting together over 100k points worth of figures. In this issue of Ironwatch, they give you the epic battle report.
During Gen Con, I saw a lot of gamers taking a bit of a break off to the side of the convention floor or out in the halls. A couple times, I saw them reading a gaming magazine. They're a great way to kill some time in-between events or when you just want to fill up a bit more on gaming info. Well, Ironwatch has been doing that for four years now (hard to believe, right?). They have issue 48 now available.
Ironwatch has been busy, not just with their magazine, but also with Star-Struck City, their own fantasy miniatures skirmish game. Namely, they've been working at making a deluxe edition. Everyone likes special and deluxe editions of things, and now you can get your own deluxe edition of the game.
It's a long, holiday weekend here in the States. While you're waiting for your burgers to finish on the grill and the fireworks to start, it's good to flip through the pages of a gaming magazine. Oh, look. Here's a new issue of Ironwatch for you.
Can't get enough gaming stories during the day? Want to get even more? Are you a big fan of Mantic games? Well, this is the story you've been looking for. Issue 46 of Ironwatch, the Mantic fanzine is available now for your downloading and reading pleasure.
If you're like me, you spend a lot of time around gaming. Your hobby time is filled with gaming. Your relaxation time is filled with gaming. Your work time is filled with gaming. One of the ways gaming is a part of my life is by reading gaming magazines. And the latest issue of Ironwatch is available to help out with that.
For those that like to sit back with a good gaming magazine and see what sort of fun articles are inside, this is a good story for you. The latest issue of Ironwatch (which is issue 44, for those of you keeping score) is now available for your downloading and reading pleasure.