WoFun Release New Peter Dennis Dark Age Flat Miniatures!

January 4, 2021 by brennon

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WoFun have been working away in the background on all manner of fun flat miniatures for you to use to play out Historical battles on the tabletop quickly. One of their newest ranges is the Dark Age Collection based on the artwork of Peter Dennis and it looks superb!

1066 Starter Pack Rules - WoFun

1066 Starter Pack Rules // WoFun

When it comes to diving into this period, the folks at WoFun have provided a selection of different options. Firstly, you can either get these acrylic pieces in 28mm or 18mm dependant on your preferences but you can also pick up not just Normans and Anglo-Saxons from Hastings but also Vikings too!

1066 Armies - WoFun

1066 Armies // WoFun

The armies that are available can be played with a neat game which has been penned by Andy Callan as you can see above. The idea is that it's quick and easy to play which goes well with the quick and easy to assemble armies that you see here. If it hasn't been stated already, it's damn simple to just pop these miniatures out and slot them into bases so they are ready for battle.

The full packs actually allow you to play as all three of the armies from the time period but if you just want the sets of the individual miniature then you go down that route. That means you have access to characters, elite infantry, cavalry, rank and file troops and more from their store.

Peter Dennis Dark Age Range - WoFun

Peter Dennis' Dark Age Range // WoFun

If you've been tempted by the idea of getting into Historical wargaming but not really been that fussed by the idea of painting then obviously paper miniatures from Peter Dennis would be the cheapest option. WoFun, however, has been putting together some exquisite miniatures here that are a lot sturdier than paper and look spectacular to boot.

Peter Dennis Dark Age Range #2 - WoFun

Peter Dennis' Dark Age Range // WoFun

As I am very much in a Dark Age mood at the moment due to Vikings, reading Bernard Cornwell's The Last Kingdom and also venturing into Ravenfeast, this seems like a good option for someone who is as lazy as I am!

I am sorely tempted and I'm sure a lot of you folks are too!

"...this seems like a good option for someone who is as lazy as I am! "

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