TIME FOR PRIMETIME Classic style goblins, early war British improvisation,…

TIME FOR PRIMETIME

Classic style goblins, early war British improvisation, a small company with some unique ranges, Dark Age Irish cavalry, decidedly different ACW, ultra-modern miniatures from Russia plus some ’Foreign Mercenaries’ for SAGA are all here, viewable as spins, unboxings or flipthroughs.

http://www.wargamesillustrated.net/primetime/primetime-issue-43/

TIME FOR PRIMETIME Classic style goblins, early war British improvisation,…

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PRIME MEMBERS EXCLUSIVE Footsore Miniatures continue to support their Dark…

PRIME MEMBERS EXCLUSIVE

Footsore Miniatures continue to support their Dark Age range, adding mounted warriors to supplement their infantry. However, work continues apace on their new venture, a set of rules with streetwise, toga wearing thugs battling amidst the filthy streets behind the splendour of Imperial Rome.

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SAGA 2 – ANY QUESTIONS?

SAGA 2 – ANY QUESTIONS?

For an upcoming magazine article we are going to be interviewing the man behind Studio Tomahawk and designer of SAGA; Alex Buchel. Do you have any questions for Alex, about the forthcoming release of SAGA Second Edition? Or indeed any of his other games (Congo, Muskets and Tomahawks, Jugula)? If so, comment below and we will pick some of the best to throw at him during the interview.

(The photos seen here all feature Gripping Beast figures, taken by us for possible inclusion in SAGA2)

SAGA 2 - ANY QUESTIONS?For an upcoming magazine article we are going to be interviewing the man behind Studio Tomahawk and designer of SAGA; Alex Buchel. Do you have any questions for Alex, about the forthcoming release of SAGA Second Edition? Or indeed any of his other games (Congo, Muskets and Tomahawks, Jugula)? If so, comment below and we will pick some of the best to throw at him during the interview. (The photos seen here all feature Gripping Beast figures, taken by us for possible inclusion in SAGA2)_0
SAGA 2 - ANY QUESTIONS?For an upcoming magazine article we are going to be interviewing the man behind Studio Tomahawk and designer of SAGA; Alex Buchel. Do you have any questions for Alex, about the forthcoming release of SAGA Second Edition? Or indeed any of his other games (Congo, Muskets and Tomahawks, Jugula)? If so, comment below and we will pick some of the best to throw at him during the interview. (The photos seen here all feature Gripping Beast figures, taken by us for possible inclusion in SAGA2)_1
SAGA 2 - ANY QUESTIONS?For an upcoming magazine article we are going to be interviewing the man behind Studio Tomahawk and designer of SAGA; Alex Buchel. Do you have any questions for Alex, about the forthcoming release of SAGA Second Edition? Or indeed any of his other games (Congo, Muskets and Tomahawks, Jugula)? If so, comment below and we will pick some of the best to throw at him during the interview. (The photos seen here all feature Gripping Beast figures, taken by us for possible inclusion in SAGA2)_2
SAGA 2 - ANY QUESTIONS?For an upcoming magazine article we are going to be interviewing the man behind Studio Tomahawk and designer of SAGA; Alex Buchel. Do you have any questions for Alex, about the forthcoming release of SAGA Second Edition? Or indeed any of his other games (Congo, Muskets and Tomahawks, Jugula)? If so, comment below and we will pick some of the best to throw at him during the interview. (The photos seen here all feature Gripping Beast figures, taken by us for possible inclusion in SAGA2)_3
SAGA 2 - ANY QUESTIONS?For an upcoming magazine article we are going to be interviewing the man behind Studio Tomahawk and designer of SAGA; Alex Buchel. Do you have any questions for Alex, about the forthcoming release of SAGA Second Edition? Or indeed any of his other games (Congo, Muskets and Tomahawks, Jugula)? If so, comment below and we will pick some of the best to throw at him during the interview. (The photos seen here all feature Gripping Beast figures, taken by us for possible inclusion in SAGA2)_4

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For the current issue of Wargames Illustrated (WI360, OCTOBER), Sub-Editor…

For the current issue of Wargames Illustrated (WI360, OCTOBER), Sub-Editor Wayne got to try out the forthcoming Warlord World War Two air combat game; Blood Red Skies, with designer Andy Chambers. Read how it went in this ‘Rules Showcase’ and see a post-match video interview with Andy in WI360 Interactive.

http://www.wargamesillustrated.net/rules-showcase-blood-red-skies/

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the…

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the WI HQ, or as the photographer puts it.
“No…”
“Absolutely not…”
“It’s far too early..”
What a grinch.

Here are some behind the scenes snaps of our Christmas skirmish of Santa vs Krampus that’ll be featured in the December issue of Wargames Illustrated!

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the WI HQ, or as the photographer puts it.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the WI HQ, or as the photographer puts it.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the WI HQ, or as the photographer puts it.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the WI HQ, or as the photographer puts it.

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