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While the first month of the New Year (for many of us) is almost over, that doesn't mean it's too late to be having a New Year's Sale. Warmill is currently running theirs, but you'd better hurry if you want to be a part of it.
Warmill has started taking orders for their new, huge, sci-fi terrain set, the C.A.S.Hstak sci-fi city block. This modular terrain is full of buildings and walkways and all sorts of nice hiding places for your sci-fi miniatures gaming. And as if that weren't enough, until April 3rd, their terrain is 10% off in their webshop. New terrain and a sale? Can't get much better than that.

From the announcement:
Warmill will be making their way to Crisis. Do you want to pick up your order at the show? Better let them know what you want so they can make sure they get it packed, then.
What do I know about diamonds? ... Don't they come from Antwerp?



From the post:

Warmill is getting ready for Crisis on November 1st, because we only have a limited time to make stock we're having a one week window to place orders via the webstore for collection at the show. Simply select the 'collect at Crisis' shipping option and use the discount code CRISIS to get the 10% show discount (only valid for orders that will be collected at the show).

Warmill now has a distributor in the land down under, so you Aussies can get your terrain on.



From the announcement:

Thanks to the wonderful guys at Make My Model, Warmill terrain is now available locally through Australian game stores. Check the Warmill retailers page for details of stockists.

Warmill has released their new Mk4 version of their Street Bar terrain piece over in their webshop.
I could go for a drink...


From the release:

We're pleased to announce the release of our Invigorating and Refreshing Beverage Dispensary mk4, ready to provide delicious drinks and snacks to any weary 28mm sci-fi miniature! Available in 4 franchises, add a bit of Warmill character to your urban table.

RIBD_4, it's everybody's pleasure!

Sentinel Games teamed up with Warmill and has added some terrain add-ons to their Total Extinction Kickstarter campaign. They're getting closer and closer to their goal by the day.


From the update:

To play Total Extinction we recommend use terrain, at least 3 elements per player. If you don´t have enough terrain or you want more, thanks to Warmill we have great options for you with good discounts.

Warmill is showing off their upcoming M.U.L.E. terrain pieces that they will have at Crisis this weekend. They're also running a special deal on it.


From the announcement:

We'll be releasing our huge Modular Unit Living Environment range at Crisis in Antwerp this weekend, and to celebrate the whole range is available at 10% off for 2 weeks. Designed for maximum playability, this 28mm sci-fi building system is perfect for anything from mega city tower blocks to sprawling science facilities. Unique features include the ability to have buildings suspended above the tabletop for allowing for gaming around, inside, on top of and under the battlefield!

The Painting Frog posted up a battle report the other day. Now, I know we don't generally do battle reports, but this one's tied in with a sale going on over at Warmill. And we do post sales. So it all works out.

From the update:

The "The Painting Frog" blog has published a Battle Report featuring Eldars and Orks.

It also feature's Warmill's Outpost Kit and as a treat to it's readers both from the blog and Warmill there's a 10% discount code being offered there for any purchases on the Warmill website.

Warmill will be headed to Salute and will have their May releases with them, if you'd like to get a hold of them earlier than others, that is.

From the announcement:

Warmill is heading to stand TA12 at Salute this Saturday, where we'll be showing off our next wave of releases with a small number of each available to buy up to a month before the official release, and at a 10% discount!

New products include; the ELMOR SkyLevel set, a 120mm high mega roadway with optional accessories; ORB 2.0, a street vending machine that dispenses body modifications, knowledge or relaxation; Surgery Shack, a large sci-fi doctor lab crammed with interior details; Waste-ation, a sci-fi waste unit with removable bins for scatter terrain; and the SatLink comms array with removable base.

Warmill has made it really easy to calculate shipping for those of you that live in the UK. It's free.

From the announcement:

We're pleased to announce that in preparation for a wave of upcoming releases we've been able to ease the pain of shipping on our customers' wallets and are now offering free shipping on all UK orders, with Eurozone rates approximately 40% cheaper!

The Painting Frog put up a review and assembly of The Outpost Kit from Warmill.

From the review:

The "The Painting Frog" blog has published a review about one of Warmill's MDF scenery "entry Kkts": The Outpost Kit.

Warmill is now taking names of those gamers who want their MOD.CO.N terrain (Modular Corridor Network) as soon as it's available. Be the first gamer on your block with these pieces when they're released.

From the announcement:

The MOD.CO.N system from Warmill Heavy Industries allows for the fast construction of a colony vessel that can be reconfigured to a ground-based installation on arrival at your new planet.
Reports that MOD.CO.N constructions are 345% more likely to be infested with zombies, aliens and failed scientific experiments are immediately surpressed by Warmill Heavy Industries' legal team to protect our investors' interests.

MOD.CO.N is lasercut from high-quality 3mm MDF, and is extremely flexible, featuring a range of corridor lengths and junctions, and a modular room construction method using corners, crosswalks and t-junctions to build rooms as large as the player needs by replacing pillars. We're also offering FREE worldwide shipping on a range of bundle deals.

WarMill has started their Christmas specials over on their website.

We're running a 15% offf all orders over £50 for 12 days this Christmas! Just simply use the coupon code 12 days at checkout to redeem your discount!

Warmill will be headed to Warfare and bringing their new SIR Shipping Crates with them.

From the announcement:

We're pleased to announce we will be launching our new stackable SIR shipping crate at Warfare in Reading this weekend. The SIR (stackable intermodal resource) shipping crate is made of lasercut MDF and features doors that can be placed in an open or closed position and integral ladders that can be put at either end of the model.

Available in a pack of 2 or 5 crates, the 5 pack comes with a sheet of labels featuring ads from the Street Wars universe to apply to a specially designed area on the crates, but anyone can make their own labels and print them on standard 14-per-sheet sticky label sheets to customise them to match their game.

The SIR crates will be available through the Warmill webstore the week after Warfare priced at £17 for 2 or £40 for a pack of 5.

Warmill will be making their way to Crisis and are going to be bringing their elevated road system with them.

From the update:

Warmill is heading to Antwerp for Crisis 2012, where we will be releasing our new ELMOR system, the Elevated Modular Road for 28mm sci-fi games.

Made from laser-cut MDF, the ELMOR is sturdy, can be assembled without glue, and features removable barriers and road surfaces for complete flexibility in-game. Each individual straight section measures 225mm long by 125mm wide, and the largest set contains 4.5 feet of road in straights alone! The low level set will soon be followed by the sky-level set and will be completely compatible with it. The low-level sets are available now for pre-order to be shipped November 8th.

To celebrate it's release, we will have a small number of sets available at Crisis before the official release date, where we will be offering a 10% discount on all our products!

Warmill has another new piece of terrain available: The FoodBooth 9000. I'm eatin' it!

From the release:

The new FoodBooth 9000 is finally available from Warmill, made from lasercut MDF with a choice of 4 franchise-themed acrylic detail packs, including Happy Noodle! and Southern Fried Watersnake. Perfect for any 28mm sci-fi skirmish game, with a detailed interior and removable roof for maximum playability.

We also have a new range of warpgates perfect for use as battlefield objectives, modular Dragon's Teeth tank traps and Quick Deploy Barricades perfect for urban boards.

Senji Studios recently reviewed Warmill's Security Compound. Go see what they had to say about it.

From them to you:

Warmill is one of many new companies manufacturing laser cut mdf terrain products. They have an impressive assortment of scenery and gaming accessories at reasonable prices.
Laser cut MDF scenery is kind of the “new kid in town,” as there are so many companies offering it now. I’m sure we will continue to see more and more companies offering MDF scenery as it is a cheaper and faster way to get your foot in the door.

Warmill Gaming Accessories has released their Battlesnap Barricade Upgrade kit over on their website. Protect your troops! I know I wouldn't want to have to assault those walls.

From the update:

Hi All

We're pleased to announce the upgrade kit for our lasercut Battlesnap Barricade System is available at long last! Available in a range of options, the sets are up for pre-order now to be released on June 15th. The upgrade parts are easily detachable in-game, allowing for destructible terrain rules in your games of 40K, Infinity or any other 28mm wargame. The Battlesnap sets can be deployed in a huge range of configurations, each piece working as a stand alone piece of terrain or as one large terrain piece.

Warmill releases their Portable Utility Pods with modular gantry system terrain kits:

From their post:

Lasercut from 3mm MDF, this is a premium kit for experienced modellers, as even the basic pod clocks in at 55 parts! Available in a range of kit sizes, the biggest Colony set weighs in at a bonkers 702 parts, so you won't run out of ways to set them up any time soon.

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