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Dragon Forge Design has been hard at work for a…

Dragon Forge Design has been hard at work for a new set of trench bases for your gaming needs. They are currently in the pre-order stage, with shipping planned for late December or early January. Take a look at http://dragonforge.com/Painting%20service/for%20sale/base_sets/sci-fi/trench%20board%202.htm

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PRIME MEMBERS EXCLUSIVE Rubicon Models have produced a really useful…

PRIME MEMBERS EXCLUSIVE

Rubicon Models have produced a really useful plastic kit that I didn’t really know I needed until I saw it! The Canadian Military Pattern truck which was produced in huge numbers in Canada during World War Two. The truck was used by virtually every nation that formed part of the British and Commonwealth forces, plus many were sent to the Soviet Union as part of the Lend Lease arrangement.

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This post was originally published to WIPrime Members on 4…

This post was originally published to WIPrime Members on 4 August 2017. It is now available to everybody.

Great Escape Games are known for many great products, all using 28mm sized miniatures. It’s therefore a bit of a departure for them to create a range of 10mm miniatures to complement their forthcoming rules for the early part of World War One, entitled 1914.

https://www.wargamesillustrated.net/10mm-early-world-war-one-miniatures/

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2017 V-AWARDS As well as presenting all the winners of…

2017 V-AWARDS

As well as presenting all the winners of the 2017 Wargames Illustrated awards with a ‘no expense spared’ glass trophy, they all get a virtual award in the form of the graphics below, which they can stick on their websites/Facebook pages and show off about.

Look out for reaction from the award winners (including an interview with the Perrys) in the February issue of Wargames Illustrated.

2017 V-AWARDSAs well as presenting all the winners of the 2017 Wargames Illustrated awards with a 'no expense spared' glass trophy, they all get a virtual award in the form of the graphics below, which they can stick on their websites/Facebook pages and show off about.Look out for reaction from the award winners (including an interview with the Perrys) in the February issue of Wargames Illustrated._0
2017 V-AWARDSAs well as presenting all the winners of the 2017 Wargames Illustrated awards with a 'no expense spared' glass trophy, they all get a virtual award in the form of the graphics below, which they can stick on their websites/Facebook pages and show off about.Look out for reaction from the award winners (including an interview with the Perrys) in the February issue of Wargames Illustrated._1
2017 V-AWARDSAs well as presenting all the winners of the 2017 Wargames Illustrated awards with a 'no expense spared' glass trophy, they all get a virtual award in the form of the graphics below, which they can stick on their websites/Facebook pages and show off about.Look out for reaction from the award winners (including an interview with the Perrys) in the February issue of Wargames Illustrated._2
2017 V-AWARDSAs well as presenting all the winners of the 2017 Wargames Illustrated awards with a 'no expense spared' glass trophy, they all get a virtual award in the form of the graphics below, which they can stick on their websites/Facebook pages and show off about.Look out for reaction from the award winners (including an interview with the Perrys) in the February issue of Wargames Illustrated._3
2017 V-AWARDSAs well as presenting all the winners of the 2017 Wargames Illustrated awards with a 'no expense spared' glass trophy, they all get a virtual award in the form of the graphics below, which they can stick on their websites/Facebook pages and show off about.Look out for reaction from the award winners (including an interview with the Perrys) in the February issue of Wargames Illustrated._4
2017 V-AWARDSAs well as presenting all the winners of the 2017 Wargames Illustrated awards with a 'no expense spared' glass trophy, they all get a virtual award in the form of the graphics below, which they can stick on their websites/Facebook pages and show off about.Look out for reaction from the award winners (including an interview with the Perrys) in the February issue of Wargames Illustrated._5
2017 V-AWARDSAs well as presenting all the winners of the 2017 Wargames Illustrated awards with a 'no expense spared' glass trophy, they all get a virtual award in the form of the graphics below, which they can stick on their websites/Facebook pages and show off about.Look out for reaction from the award winners (including an interview with the Perrys) in the February issue of Wargames Illustrated._6
2017 V-AWARDSAs well as presenting all the winners of the 2017 Wargames Illustrated awards with a 'no expense spared' glass trophy, they all get a virtual award in the form of the graphics below, which they can stick on their websites/Facebook pages and show off about.Look out for reaction from the award winners (including an interview with the Perrys) in the February issue of Wargames Illustrated._7
2017 V-AWARDSAs well as presenting all the winners of the 2017 Wargames Illustrated awards with a 'no expense spared' glass trophy, they all get a virtual award in the form of the graphics below, which they can stick on their websites/Facebook pages and show off about.Look out for reaction from the award winners (including an interview with the Perrys) in the February issue of Wargames Illustrated._8

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It’s beginning to look at lot like Christmas here at…

It’s beginning to look at lot like Christmas here at WIHQ, OK maybe not a lot like Christmas, but a bit. Mainly thanks to the inclusion of the ‘Krampus’ article in this issue of the magazine.

https://www.wargamesillustrated.net/wi362-december-from-the-editor/

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