Weekender: The Perfect Time To Be A Fantasy Wargamer?

November 23, 2019 by crew

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Come and join us for another dive into the world of tabletop gaming with us as part of The Weekender.

Weekender: The Perfect Time To Be A Fantasy Wargamer?

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Make sure to delve in and tell us what you think in the comments below as we always love hearing what you have to say. We'll join you in the comments I'm sure!

A quick reminder that next Monday kicks off Firelock Games Week! We'll be talking Blood & PlunderBlood & Valor and more from the team in the US.

Fog & Friction

We're taking a peek at Fog & Friction which has been picked up by Warcradle Studios and offers a card game-based look at battle during World War II.

Warren and Gerry have had a bit of fun with this one and it would be nice to know if this appeals to not just historical fans but also those who like their tactical card games.

News

Come and delve into some of the news from this week...

  • Guardians Of The Galaxy - This band of miscreants and The Black Order get previewed
  • Mephiston Returns - The Chief Librarian makes his way to the tabletop for Warhammer 40,000
  • New Elves - The folks at Wargames Atlantic are showing off their new plastic kits
  • Goblin Wolf Riders - Snarling beasts and their cruel riders are coming next year for Oathmark
  • Uncharted Empires - Get playing Kings Of War with all sorts of new armies and themes from Mantic
  • Undaunted - North Africa is the new theatre that Osprey is focusing on for next year

Make sure to tell us what you make of the news and if this is truly a golden age for Fantasy wargamers.

Flames Of War D-Day Campaign

After their battle which you can see played out HERE, Gerry and Chris from Battlefront Miniatures sat down to talk more about the Flames Of War D-Day Campaign which is moving towards Phase Five next week.

Things have been going in interesting ways and we can't wait to see more people dropping their battle reports into the mix.

Kickstarter

What do you make of this couple of Kickstarter projects?

What do you make of these projects and will you be diving into Clash Of Spears when it releases?

Have a great weekend!

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