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It's another Saturday. Hopefully you've got something fun going on.

Anyway, here's the reviews we found during the week (it was apparently a big week for posting reviews. There's quite a lot to go through).

We've got reviews/previews of: Chaos & Alchemy, Fields of Arle, High Command - Escalating Conflict, Sellswords, War Stories, Trains: Rising Sun, Kalypto, 7 sins, Hitman Holiday, Amber Route, Twisting Catacombs Dungeon Scenery, M4 Sherman from Warlord Games/Italeri, Trikerion: Legends of Illusion, Games Workshop's Wood Elf Treeman, Sisters of the Thorn, Dark Eldar Voidraven Bomber, and the Zen Terrain Fast Food Stall.

Miniwojna posted up a new review article. This time it's the Dagon model from Black Grom Studio.

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From the post:

Review of Dagon large scale sculpt from Black Grom Studio. Dagon is a sea deity from Mythos Cthulhu by Howard Phillips Lovecraft, ruler of Deep Ones. Review is written in Polish and English.


Miniwojna gives you their thoughts on the cardboard building range from Baltazar Games in this review article.

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From the post:

Baltazar Games is a small Polish company, producer of card games and cardboard wargaming buildings.

The cardboard buildings which I'm writing about today were received from publisher, specifically for reviewing purposes. Package was very sturdy - cards were inside rigid cardboard envelope, additionally protected by a foil. Nine sheets of A4 cardboards contains - watchtower (two sheets), two different designs of wooden crates (two sheets again), tenement house (two sheets) and small cottage. Last two cards are printed with cobblestones and may be used as bases for assembled buildings. Very similar set is available at the producer's webstore as a "Trade outpost" for about 10 EUR.


Miniwojna takes a look at the Bandit Buntai box set from North Star Military Figures and gives you their thoughts on the situation in this review article.

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From the post:

Inbox of Ronin02 Bandit Buntai boxed set of 28 mm miniatures for "Ronin" game produced by North-star Military Miniatures.


Miniwojna has posted up an interview they conducted with Konrad Sosi?ski of Wargamer Company and talked about their By Fire and Sword game.

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From the post:

Interview with Konrad Sosi?ski, owner of Wargamer company, publisher of "By Fire and Sword" rules, has been published on my Miniwojna blog. Wargamer is currently running Kickstarter campaign with the goal of funding first major expansion for "BFaS" - "The Deluge". Interview is published in two languages - English and Polish


Miniwojna takes a look at some of the Chaotic dwarves from Werewoolf Minis in this review article.

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From the article:

Review of Sons of Adramelech Takabara Pyrobaras miniatures released by Werewoolf Miniatures. Large photos, text both in English and Polish.


Miniwojna had themselves a chat with Marcin Gerkowicz, the owner of Assault Publishing. Go see what they had to say.

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From the website:

Interview with Marcin Gerkowicz, owner of the Assault Publishing company, author of "Sturmovik Commander", Hind Commander", "PMC 2640" games. English and Polish


Miniwojna takes a look at the 7the issue, and the accompanying model, in their latest review article.



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From the article:

Another in the series of inboxes of 1:72 scale fast assembly plastic models released in Poland by First to Fight in the magazine collection "September 1939'. This one is about one of the iconic Polish vehicles of September campaign, armoured car wz. 34. First time in plastic in this scale too:)


Miniwojna takes a look at the model accompanying Issue #6 of the September 1939 magazine.



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From the review:

Inbox of another model from "September 1939" collection by First to Fight, this time it is German light scout car Kfz. 13 Adler. Lots of photos too.


Miniwojna sat down and had a chat with Maciej Zylewicz about Pulp City that's currently breaking through stretch goals on Kickstarter, and figured you'd like to know what they had to say.



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From the interview:

An interview with Maciej ?ylewicz, author of the popular "comic" skirmish game "Pulp City". The team behind the game is currently running Kickstarter campaign and Maciej shares some info about history of the game and its new, Supreme Edition, which will be released this summer (thanks to already successful crowdfunding campaign).


Miniwojna has another review up. This one's for the 5th issue of the September 1939 magazine series.



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From the review:

Main subject of the fifth issue of the "September 1939" collection is the most numerous combat vehicle of the Polish pre-war army - light recon tank TK-3. The box with the model inside is attached to twelve pages long magazine (in Polish). Inside the magazine there are usual articles - short one about one of the battles which were fought in Poland in September '39 (in this issue battle of 7th ID at Cz?stochowa against two corps of German 10th Army), much longer one describing history and construction of TK-3 and painting guide with multiple color views of the tank (using Vallejo paints). Last article describes summary of fights of TK-3 armed units during September campaign.


Miniwojna has posted up a review of the Terrorizers minis from Hi-Tech Miniatures.



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From the review:

Chaos Space Marines army without obliterators' heavy weapons is a rare sight. My brother, Mormeg, and I have decided to strenghten our forces with a three such mighty, mutated warriors. The only problem is... we don't really like current obliterators produced by Games Workshop. We do own some metal models of them but they are truly pain in the ass - miniatures are too heavy and imbalanced, they have a lot of potentially easy to broke off pieces and they are, simply, rather ugly. Our decision was simple - we decided to buy some stand-ins from other manufacturer - in our case Hi-Tech Miniatures. This is a Polish manufacturer of resin 28 mm "heroic" scale miniatures mostly, produced for its upcoming "Warhell" game. Fortunately, most of their models are suitable for Games Workshop games as well. We bought three terrorizers - Flesher, Mantas and Sadus.


Miniwojna recently sat down and had a chat with the fellows at Werewolf Miniatures. See what they had to say in this interview.



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From them to you:

This is interview with people from Werewoolf Miniatures, young Polish company producing fantasy and sci-fi 28 mm "heroic" scale models. Company has started this summer but it has a nice selection of miniatures already.


Miniwojna continues their review series of the September 1939 magazine/mini set with a look at Issue 3.



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From the review:

This is a review of third issue of "September 1939" magazine covering Polish light tracked tractor C2P. Fast assembly model of this vehicle in 1:72 scale (20 mm wargaming) is included with this issue of the magazine.


Miniwojna takes a look at the next miniature that's packaged with the September 1939 magazine series.



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From the review:

Second model from the "September 1939" collection, which will be published later this week, is the model of the German light tank PzKpfw I Ausf. A. Box containing parts of the model is bundled with a 12-pages long magazine.


Miniwojna takes a look at the Polish Light Tank TKS kit that's being bundled with a new magazine dedicated to the September Campaign of 1939.



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From the review:

Review of 20 mm scale plastic model of Polish tanquette TKS armed with 20 mm gun. This is first model from the new magazine series dedicated to September campaign of 1939. Each issue of the magazine will be bundled with 20 mm scale fast assembly model of vehicle or a group of 20 mm plastic miniatures of soldiers.


Miniwojna takes a look at a new gaming company, Werewolf Miniatures, and reviews their Ogre Mercenary mini.



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From the review:

Review of miniature from Ogre Mercenaries range from new Polish manufacturer Werewoolf Miniatures.


Miniwojna recently sat down with Terrains4Games and had a little talk. If you'd like to see what was said, click through the link.



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About the interview:

Interview with Terrains4Games company, manufacturer of 28 and 15 mm scale terrain accessories and 15 mm scale models of armoured vehicles.


Miniwojna takes a look inside the box sets of several tank sets from Tereny Do Gier and gives you their thought on the subjects.



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From the review:

There is a new range of 15 mm scale armoured WW2 vehicles produced by Polish company Tereny do gier. I made a short four inbox reviews of these models.
You can read about Hetzer, Sherman Firefly and T-34/85 too


Miniwojna continues our Warlord Games theme day with a review of their Woodland Indian Party.



From the review:

This is a review of "Woodland Indian War Party" boxed set published by Warlord Games and containing Conquest Miniatures' figures suitable for recreating skirmishes from French-Indian War. Many photos of miniatures from this box inside.


Miniwojna sat down with the authors of By Fire and Sword and figured they'd share what was talked about.



From the interview:

Interview with authors of recently published in English "By Fire and Sword" game. This game, set in a 17th century Eastern Europe, presents a different wargaming experience then usual "Pike and Shotte" rules currently on the market, as Eastern European battlefields and conflicts were different. Authors talk about game itself and its future. All questions were asked by players.


Miniwojnas posted up another review article online. This one's a pair of minis from Basicks.



From the review:

Another review of Basicks' products, with detailed information about quality of the sculpt and cast, with lots of photos of reviewed miniatures.


Miniwojna put up another of their review articles. This one's for Basicks' Infested and Jungle bases.



From the article:

Detailed review of Basicks' bases from "Infested" and "Jungle" lines. Lots of photos.


Miniwojna put up another of their review articles. This one's a review of the first minis being offered by Kazrak Miniatures.



From the review:

Review of first product of new Polish wargaming manufacturer - Kazrak Miniatures - complete with photos of figures and comparisions of miniatures with other producers' products. First blister set contains four miniatures of historical personalities in 15 mm scale.


Miniwojna posted up another review article. This one's for some of the more specialty bases available from Basicks.



From the review:

Review of two Basicks' special bases, designed more with collectors in mind. One depicts cobbled street and a lantern, second has large, dead troll....


 

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