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Well, it had been nice outside for a while. But it seems that a little reinforcing shot of winter is coming back through. Sure, we're not getting the snow that's about to be dumped on our more Northern states, but (at least for Atlanta) it's kinda cold outside. Best to stay inside and read a gaming magazine. Thankfully, there's a new issue of Irowatch (issue 43, specifically), we can read over.
Ironwatch is branching out from their fan magazine base and has released their first game. It's called Star-Struck City. And by "Star-Struck" it's really more "meteor-struck" but since those are often called "shooting stars" it still does kinda fit but... you know, I'll stop being so pedantic and just get on with telling you about the game.
What do you get when you multiply 6 by 9?
42, of course!
And it's that issue that we have for you today for Ironwatch, the Mantic fan-zine. This latest issue is now available for your downloading and reading pleasure.
Well, it's just rainy all over everywhere. Probably shouldn't be out driving around too much if you can avoid it. Might not be a bad idea to stay inside and do some reading. Oh, hey, look at that. Ironwatch Issue 41 is now available. You can read that.
For those that want to get in some good gaming-related reading, the folks over at Ironwatch are here to help. The 40th issue of their fan-made magazine is now available online, with printed versions available to order as well.
Hey all you Mantic Maniacs out there, the latest issue of Ironwatch, the Mantic Games fan-created webzine is now available for your downloading and reading pleasure. Get your fill on some exclusive content in this issue.
Ironwatch, the fan-made Mantic webzine, has Issue 38 now available for your downloading and reading pleasure. If you're interested in any of the Mantic properties, you'll want to give it a read, as it gives you an outsider and yet insider look on everything that's going on. Plus, it's free to download.
For you Mantic fans, the latest issue of Ironwatch, the Mantic Fanzine, is now available for your downloading and reading pleasure. This is a painting-heavy issue, with a lot of pictures of figures and terrain.
Welcome back to Wednesday, beautiful readers.

As is our custom, we've collected up some of the bite-sized stories we've come across in the past few days and present them to you now.

In this batch we have: Expedition Adventure Card Game Coming to Kickstarter, New Undead Warband releases at Pendraken, Blackwater Gulch Savage Beasts Kickstarter Coming Soon, Hitech Miniatures Releases Lord Cruentus, First Team Yankee Models Sighted at Breakthrough Assault, Fireforge Crusader Archers Pre-Order available, Treasures of the Haunted Tower Now Available, Ironwatch releases their State of the Watch for 2015-2016, Primer on Patrol Angis Posted, ClearHorizon Miniatures releases the 15mm Armadillo APC, and New 30mm and 40mm Cobblestone Base Deals from Tabletop-Art.

Hard to think that it's been three years already. Certainly, time does fly. But Ironwatch Magazine, the Mantic fanzine, has released issue 36, marking the third year of the publication's existence.
*hands out cake and party hats and those "pfweee!" blowie-thingies to everyone*
Most fans are content to just play the games they love. Others will actively learn all they can and talk about the game with others. Even others will make podcast shows about those games. And then there's the ones that go out of their way to make a magazine based on their favorite games. Having been involved with making magazines and knowing what sort of work goes into one, yeah, I can say those fans might be some of the most dedicated. Anyway, Ironwatch issue 35 is now available.
Ironwatch, the Mantic fan magazine, has issue 34 now available for your downloading and reading pleasure. As always, they give you a fan's look at what's going on over at Mantic. Get yourself a copy and see what they've been up to.
Ironwatch, the Mantic fanzine, has issue 33 now available for your downloading and reading pleasure. This issue has a couple reports from Clash of Kings events, a look at the Deadzone tourneys at Adepticon, a guide to enhancing your Mars Attacks Martian Machines, and more.

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Ironwatch, the Mantic fan magazine, has issue 32 now available for your downloading and reading pleasure. In this installment, they've got such articles as a Q&A with Mantic about upcoming releases, a Kings of War battle report between Elves and Orks, how to paint DreadBall Xtreme Convicts, and the Terrain Tutor makes terrain for Mars Attacks. All that and more.

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Ironwatch, the Mantic fan magazine, has issue 31 now available for your downloading and reading pleasure. Full of articles about upcoming Mantic events (both by the company and just at local gaming shops), alternate rules for all of Mantic's games, and special scenarios you won't find elsewhere, this magazine once more expands your playing potential for your favorite Mantic game.

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Ironwatch, the Mantic fan magazine, now has issue 30 available for your downloading and reading pleasure. Check out their latest painting galleries, a Q&A with Chris Palmer, and a large section about Kings of War.

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Ironwatch, the fan-created Mantic magazine, has issue 29 out now for your downloading and reading pleasure. Included inside you'll find chilling new fiction for Kings of War with "Deathtime Story," a new MVP for Dreadball who proves you can teach and old player new tricks, and a new scenario for Mars Attacks. There's also a calendar of upcoming Mantic releases and a Q&A with Chris Palmer. Go get a copy for yourself.

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Ironwatch, the Mantic fan magazine, has released issue 28 up online for your downloading and reading pleasure. Inside you can check out a pair of painting tutorials (including non-metallic metal, which I personally am terrible at and so I should probably check it out), along with the continuing saga of Hamfist Born, as well as some Iron Forge minis with a Mars Attacks twist.

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Ironwatch, the Mantic fanzine, has released issue 26 of their magazine online for your reading pleasure.

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In this issue we have epic Kings of War campaigns, great stories for fantasy and scifi alike including the stunning conclusion of The Escape, Deadzone terrain tutorials, and more!


Ironwatch has released issue 25 of their Mantic fanzine online for your reading pleasure.

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In this issue:

Now that Dungeon Saga's buzz has started to wear off, enjoy the latest issue of the Ironwatch, chock full of campaigns, stories, amazing art and paintjobs, and much more!


Ironwatch has posted issue 23 of their fanzine up online for your reading pleasure.

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In this issue:

Filled with Kings of War stories, detailed formations tactica, stat cards for your Project Pandora models and more, this issue is a can't-miss!


Ironwatch has Issue 22 of their Mantic Fan Magazine available now for your downloading and reading pleasure.

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In this issue:

This issue, enjoy stories of orcs and dwarves in the realm of Mantica, a white-knuckle Dreadball story, a One Page ruleset for Warpath, a rundown of Deadzone models, and much more!


IronWatch has issue 19 of their fan-made Mantic magazine up now for your reading pleasure.



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In this issue:

Come check out the Q&A with James Hewitt, learn how to paint your Plague to tabletop standard, read about both Marauder gentlemen-pirates and Corporation agents, and much more!


Ironwatch Magazine has issue 18 posted up for your downloading and reading pleasure.



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In this issue:

Come check out the new format, and read a KoW story by Michael Grey, learn how to paint a goblin standard-bearer like a pro, and find out why Enforcers and Orx don't mix in The Ledger, Part 2.


Ironwatch Magazine now has Issue 17 out for your reading pleasure.



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Be sure to come check out the first issue of the new year, including stories, modelling and painting tutorials, special models and rules, and more. It's free!