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    torros
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    From Flatpack Forces facebook page

     

    Flatpack it’s been a while so we are doing Tuesday before Friday!!!

    We are back to moving onwards and upwards and there are going to be some big announcements this week including new collaborations, additions to an existing collaboration, what we are going to be doing at the UK Games Expo and our very own Kickstarter!

    Todays announcement:-
    Flatpack Forces is excited to announce a collaboration with One Monk Miniatures ( onemonk.com ) to offer the One Monk designs in our fully ready to play, solid and highly detailed colour format. Our print on demand service means that stock is always available.

    This large range covers both fantasy and sci-fi and is a great way to field new miniatures either for a large tabletop game or for RPGs. So if it is Elves or Space Troopers you need for your next game, these are ideal.

    These will be available to view on our stand at the forthcoming UK Games Expo at the Birmingham NEC from 31 May – 2 June.

    We are now in the process of putting these live on the store for purchase.

     

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    • This topic was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by  torros.
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    bvandewalker
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    Seen them, own some pdfs.

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    kiranamida
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    This seems like a nice way to pick up some D&D figures for those more generic enemies that you want to put 20 off on the table but don’t want to build and paint that many full minis for the occasional goblin raid.

    Think I’ll be keeping an eye on this line.

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